Bristol Office Meets New Challenges

Bristol depot has not only expanded its team with the introduction of Blair Griffin as a new Customer Account Manager but has also been overcoming new building challenges.

Bristol Manager, Dennis Gay, was recently tasked with finding a modular solution to a Somerset company’s expansion needs with a difference – the company wanted to incorporate a new building but with restricted space on one side and a massive sheer drop on the other side, there was nothing to site any foundations on to.

Refusing to be thwarted by such a small matter, Dennis worked out a solution involving steelwork foundations and finally situated the two bay modular office extension on the other side. Logistically, the contract involved considerable forethought and planning but, despite the less than conventional approach, a satisfactory outcome was achieved that enabled the hemp company to expand without moving into new premises.

Bristol has remained busy throughout the spring and summer with additional classrooms established at a school in Port Talbot and on-going orders for marketing suites for house builders.

In addition, Bristol office recently provided a two storey building as temporary accommodation for the British Small Animal Veterinary Association while its offices are refurbished and went on to hit the ‘right note’ with the Royal Opera House, when they provided a unit for prop storage.

Kate Kirk has just gone on maternity leave but Omar Mahmood has stepped in to provide maternity cover.

The depot is continuing to develop new show units to assist customers in visualising the versatility of portable buildings. The most current example of this is a cedar clad unit with a designer kitchen space.

Val Bratton commented: “We are continuing to experience high levels of business but with our expanding team, we are rising to the new challenges and are continuing to develop new opportunities.”

For more information contact the Bristol Team on 01179 235453.

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