What stands out from this system is the ease of construction for the DIY builder, once the skeleton structure has been erected. There will still be the need for the specialist tradesman in tasks such as heating and electrical.
We can guide you in managing the process of the build.
Our Popup structures are for short term use, according to need, which allows the client to provide secure accommodation for key workers. They are able to be dismantled and removed when no longer required. They have all the structural integrity of our standard units. The photographs used on our website include a Popup installation.
Building for flexible tenure means that having no structural walls, one can reconfigure the housing stock to suite tenant requirements. Fast build times get tenants into housing and off waiting lists. Using accredited production facilities gives consistent quality. High insulation use helps reduce fuel poverty. Quality fitments and finish reward ideal tenants. Sound transfer between houses is reduced due to each skeleton structure being independent of each other, with only the outer cladding and roof truss having a common point.
Build quality is increased by lining all walls with ply as well as plasterboard and covering the walls with glass fibre wallpaper to reduce fabric damage. Future proofing for flexibility maximises asset value.
Whilst we build in our own right, we are able to assist volume builders with load shedding. We can provide just the structure, we can train staff and we can erect to first fix stage. Using a mix of different types of skeletal structure – timber frame or modular steel, varies the style on site, as well as reduce, potential multi-unit assurance claims.
Joint Venture – developing with us
We understand the upside of development. Spreading the gain with landowners is advantageous for both parties. The additional gain by the landowner is potentially increased by the split in sales from the site over different accounting years.