As the height of the initial coronavirus pandemic came upon us, we were contacted by Wiltshire Council to supply temperature-controlled units to be installed at two hospital sites.
Walls & Floors had been struggling to load pallets of tiles in the dry and did not want to have another winter where the cardboard packaging was damaged by the weather.
After many years of working outdoors to carry out work on vehicles, Tommy’s Removals took the step to look at what options they had into a building that would enable work to be carried out.
Although TIP Tankers already have workspace for carrying out maintenance the additional covered are has increased the capacity to work on Tanker units.
Staffordshire fire door needed storage / work area where finished products would be held prior to dispatch.
Smith Bros truck sales initially had a 15m unit from us to which they used as a vehicle workshop & Spray booth.
Long established haulage company S Coopers & Son Ltd based in Winsford had an existing concrete are which had the potential for loading but always left the goods exposed to the elements.
After a devastating fire saw the workshop of P & K Shutters burnt to the ground, they needed to limit the impact and get themselves back up and running as soon as possible.
With COVID 19 staying around the need for Morrisons to create areas that were social distanced on a more permanent basis had become apparent.
Northern Power Tools needed additional storage & workshop space which had to be connected to the existing building.