Their most recent temporary building project came about when gas engineers needed to carry out essential maintenance work. A mains gas line runs through the industrial estate to the side of the TruFrame premises. The only viable access point for this section of the gas line was from the roadside, stretching across TruFrame’s site. Creating access however, involved the removal of an old steel portal framed building, displacing valuable stock stored inside. A rapid and flexible solution was essential to keep costs and operational disruption to a minimum. Project Manager John Cox contacted Paul Watmore at Aganto for short term hire of a new temporary goods in/out building to be erected on another part of the site. The stock had to be transferred before work could begin on removing the old steel building, so coordination and a reliable quick turnaround was key. Aganto did not disappoint, with the new 15m x15m x 5.2m temporary warehouse structure, complete with thermo panels and roller shutter doors, fully installed in a mere three days – only seven days from the point of order. When the work on the gas line is complete in a few months’ time, TruFrame will be able to off hire, relocate or extend the building to suit the needs of the business.
“The installation team were fantastic – I would certainly recommend Aganto’s service”
John Cox, Project Manager, TruFrame
As a longstanding customer, Truframe have other Aganto buildings on site.
This temporary building was fitted with three roller doors and a pedestrian fire door.
Thermo panels were used to reduce exterior noise and provide insulation.