Aganto educational buildings
Do you need temporary classrooms for teaching during refurbishment and PFI projects? Or, additional classrooms for over-subscribed courses?
If so, you've come to the right place. Installing a temporary building on site is an extremely quick, cost-effective and simple way to expand classroom space for more practical subjects such as art, woodwork or drama.
What is an Aganto temporary classroom
- Temporary buildings can be insulated and heated with many optional extras such as glazed doors, windows, speciality lighting and flooring, so can effectively take the place of traditional classroom buildings.
- Our educational buildings meet the required safety standards for structural integrity, fire and safety codes and are available for short / long-term hire or purchase.
- Buildings can be anchored down to existing level site space such as car parks in literally days and have an equally fast dismantle process that leaves little evidence of their existence.
How will an Aganto education building help you?
In the event of over subscription you can hire an Aganto building to avoid turning people away or spreading existing resources too thin. Because they can be installed in days, you can react quickly to changes in demand.
Aganto temporary buildings can also be used when there is fire damage or improvement projects are being carried out. Courses and activities can then continue in the temporary facility until work is finished ensuring students don’t look at alternative establishments.
What our customers say about our educational buildings
“With the number of students for NVQs in Brickwork almost doubling, our objective was to offer the course to new students with minimum disruption to existing timetables. The speed with which Aganto completed the project meant that the new facility was up and running in a very short space of time.”
Mike Putman - Building and Resources Manager, Moulton College
If you need to expand your classrooms or educational space, contact an Aganto educational buildings expert today.