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.
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.
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.
IWT had plenty of yard space and required internal storage for goods to protect against the elements.
Centrally based in Crick, Northamptonshire, Eddie Stobart required a cross dock facility in which goods are kept in the condition their clients would expect.
A & B Containers pallet division needed a building solution and additional space to work on pallets that need repairing.
Working alongside the police, Burke Brothers were able to provide individual bays for the set up of forensic analysis.