29th June 2018
Traditional Industrial Buildings v Temporary Buildings
Blowing the whistle on the 7 key factors to consider before you invest in a bricks-and-mortar industrial building.
1 – Fully Demountable and Relocatable
With no groundworks, a temporary building is easy to relocate and this provides several significant advantages over bricks-and-mortar buildings. Because the construction materials are prefabricated it means these buildings are incredibly transportable. So whether you need to relocate on site, to another site or simply sell on – you have options that are not possible with a bricks-and-mortar building.
2 – Faster to deploy and minimal disruption to your business
You can have a temporary building installed within 5 weeks from placement of order. With more flexible planning options, no architects plans to commission or interpret, and massively reduced construction time. It means a more predictable build and minimal disruption to the business.
3 – Lower costs and no unpredictable expenses
With all the space, insulation and creature comforts of a bricks-and-mortar industrial building, a temporary building is a fraction of the price. What’s more, because the build process is predictable – the price you are quoted is the price you pay.
4 – More finance options
Whether you want to rent short-term, long-term or buy out right – you’ll have infinitely more options than with a conventional bricks-and-mortar building.
5 – Easy and less expensive to change configuration or extend
Whether it’s increasing the space, adding in features like windows or doors – here’s where temporary buildings really come into their own. No plans need to be drafted by architects, you simply call Aganto and one of our solutions engineers will guide you through the options and prices. With no builders to appoint, your temporary building can be reconfigured to your exacting requirements with minimal disruption to your business.
6 – More flexible usage
Whether it’s about adapting to the business needs and adding space – reducing space when it’s no longer needed and reducing your costs – or simply reconfiguring the internals. Temporary buildings provide business leaders with a much more adaptable space, because they’re designed that way.
7 – Futureproof
Who knows what the next 10 years will bring, with technology changes rapidly reshaping businesses from taxis and shopping to manufacturing and motorways. The key to being future proof is the ability to change with the times. A temporary building provides you with adaptability designed in from the start.