McHugh Timber Products Limited
BuyWhy Buy from Portakabin?
- 2 linked Titan buildings
- Specialist areas for each team
- A dedicated reception, conference room and kitchen
McHugh Timber Products is a family-owned Irish business based in Killeshandra, Co. Cavan. The company specialises in the manufacturing of treated fencing posts and carries an extensive range of ready treated timber components for fencing, agricultural and landscaping projects.
Niall Malloy from Portakabin says: “Having recently been highly commended at the National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) Safety Awards, we have the health and safety pedigree to be able to deliver a building on a site like McHugh Timber. Family-owned, the team needed a building to bring their workforce together as well provide a central commercial hub for the growing business. By providing two linked Titan buildings, we’ve been able to deliver specialist areas for each team as well as a dedicated reception, conference room and kitchen.”With the business growing steadily over the years and continuing to expand, the team in Killeshandra required a permanent office base which could be installed quickly and cause minimal disruption to the busy timber yard, something Portakabin specialises in.
With the business growing steadily over the years and continuing to expand, the team in Killeshandra required a permanent office base which could be installed quickly and cause minimal disruption to the busy timber yard, something Portakabin specialises in.
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