We were asked to deliver a warehouse extension for a major retail business who were about to install an automated picking system at their main facility, which would take 2-3 years to complete. It was imperative that they could continue business as usual until they were ready to fully occupy their refurbished warehouse again. Due to the length of their project, our client opted to lease a warehouse with the option to buy in the future.

Extension of warehouse
warehouse extension internal
warehouse external
warehouse extension after obtaining planning permission for temporary buildings in Scotland
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This project was delivered in a number of phases in line with the client’s needs and to cause minimal disruption to operations. We firstly installed a number of structures on a rental basis for inbound deliveries and returned items. This ensured that valuable stock remained protected at all times and that trading could easily continue.

Secondly, we delivered a 9m x 220m warehouse structure on a 4m high leg which offered a fantastic amount of temporary space. Our client then installed a concrete pad inside the structure to allow for easy pallet truck movement internally.

Lastly, we installed additional temporary buildings on the opposite side of the warehouse building to facilitate additional goods movement and storage.

Starting as a long term warehouse lease, our client has now purchased these temporary buildings to become a permanent asset for their business.


We are proud to have supported with the delivery of this structure which enables the development works and subsequently the growth of a business. The modular nature of our solutions offers fantastic flexibility and allows us to adapt the solution as our clients needs change.

More information on our warehouse structures can be found on our warehouse page.

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