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- Operational office facilities
- Meeting rooms
- Breakout areas
- Welfare facilities
WooHa was acquiring new premises in order to expand their microbrewery business and export their beer into the USA. The expansion would require on-site operational office facilities for their employees as well as a canteen, toilet and shower facilities.
Aimee Kerr, Hire Centre Manager for Portakabin in Inverness was thrilled to be able to support a developing home grown business: “We designed two possible modular layouts for WooHa to respond to their need for operational office facilities, meeting rooms, breakout areas and welfare facilities. The option they chose meant they have a bright, open-plan office which is fully accessible and right next door to their production facility as well as having storage and shower facilities for their employees.”
“A solution from Portakabin means that we can design a building around our customers’ very specific needs, offer flexibility on size, scope and length of lease and cause little to no disruption to operational activities when the fully fitted-out modules are craned in and connected all in one day.”
Siobhan MacLeod, Operations Manager at WooHa Brewery commented, "We were impressed with Portakabin from day one, the team understood what we were looking for and provided everything required, from fire requirements to air conditioners so we only had to deal with one supplier on what was quite a complex project. They supported us throughout, providing all the necessary documents for building control and architects very quickly and were very reactive to any issues that arose."
When our dates moved forwards they were able to bring our installation forwards, it was very hassle free and the team were friendly, approachable and did a great job. Our clients and customers are always impressed with the offices, remarking on how light and airy it feels. All in all, we could not be happier with the end result!
Hull Royal Infirmary
Key requirements for the project were to incorporate the structure of an existing two-storey modular ward block into the new scheme; to minimise disruption to the adjacent hospital building.