Luton – From the small screen to the silver screen

Luton has continued to supply a range of modular buildings to the BBC to facilitate its new daytime TV studio production at Elstree and was tasked with establishing more facilities for the latest series of The Voice.

As if rubbing shoulders with UK stars wasn’t enough, once again the team was called back to Shepperton Studios to establish changing facilities, storage, canteen and administration offices for the new Mummy film and ‘on location’ facilities for team working on the prequel to the Huntsman.

Amidst a steady flow of high profile commercial buildings and the on-going requirements of a major car hire company, Luton found time to establish a new floor at the Ahoy Centre.  This was the company’s first third storey contracts and has enabled the charity to add further training and conference facilities to its Thames side location. The Ahoy Centre is a registered charity based in Deptford, London that helps disadvantaged youngsters and people with disabilities to become involved in water sports and provides training and gym facilities on-site.

Neil Christie, Manager, commented: “It was a rewarding experience working for such a worthy cause and the flexibility of our modular buildings really came into their own on this contract.  We are consistently breaking new ground as a company and our dedication to our clients and their building needs is paying dividends.”

The high profile brick clad modular building underway at a waste site was completed on schedule to huge client acclaim.

With such phenomenal growth, the team at Luton has expanded to keep pace with demand and now Sylvester Jakowanis and Lloyd Whittaker have joined the team in the yard and Nina Inamdar is providing additional admin support.

For more information contact: Portable Offices Luton on 01582 490082.

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