Mar-Key Group were delighted to have won the contract to replace a tired old building used for stores with an up to date and fresh temporary warehouse structure.
Working alongside our client and being involved throughout the process allowed us all to find a solution that met all the demands both of the structure and their budget.
A 20m x 20m structure on a 6m leg was deemed best. To assist with budgetary constraints, Mar-key made adjustments to a second hand structure on both width, length & doors.
We cladded the new structure in insulated panels to conform to building regs, deliver a lower carbon footprint and provide a fresh and crisp look.
Again, to assist the client with budget, Mar-key re-vamped a 10m wide roller door, which allowed them to utilise the full building and its access points. The door is fully electric with a manual override. This along with 2 single MOE doors ensured safe means of exit.
The roofing choice was based on gaining a good degree of insulation combined with a competitive price point. This led to the roofing being double skin inflated PVC. This is pressurised and maintained by a pump drawing from a 16amp feed, which drops in and out to maintain the required pressure. This system of roofing assists with the prevention of condensation as well as aiding in the dispersal of snow and rain.
Lighting was also calculated to ensure the clients demand of 150 lumens at ground level were met. These lights were pre-wired to assist with install and then hard wired into their power supply.
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