Storage Structures was able to assist Stephen Smith Garden Centre at both its Scunthorpe and Otley stores.
Both facilities required an extension to cater for seasonal retail demand. They each purchased a 20m x 25m H4 Hoecker structure, featuring new manufactured roof skins and gables, new skin steel cladding and roller shutter doors, bolted to a concrete pad.
Ikea in Croydon initially needed a marquee to house a new product line. It rented two 10m x 20m H3 structures with cassette floor, roller shutter doors, porta ramps and lighting.
In total, five structures were hired for a period of five months, to act as back of house storage and front of house collection areas. These included both soft and hard sided structures and ranged in size from a 5m x 20m to a 6m x 40m.
BT Cables required a covered redistribution area to house fibre optic cables for a period of eight months. .
A 15m x 20m H3 Hoecker event structure fitted with ex-rental Roder roof skins and gables, new Tempawall and low bay lighting was provided. At the end of the rental contract, BT Cables purchased the building outright.
Lear Corporation needed to erect a heated storage space inside its factory for a period of eight weeks. The request was to accommodate a ‘just in time’ order placed by Jaguar Land Rover for the storage of leather seat upholstery.
A 25m x 25m H3 Roder event structure with HVAC and lighting, bolted to concrete, was supplied.
A temporary loading canopy was required by Foulgers Transport for a period of six months while an extension was being built on the main factory.
Storage Structures supplied two 15m x 10m H4 Hoecker event structures fitted with C grade Roder roof skins and side walls, bolted to concrete.
Laundry company Abbey Glen purchased a 10m x 25m H2 Hoecker with new manufactured roof skins, new single skin steel cladding and personnel doors, staked to tarmac.
It later bought a second structure, also to house laundry, measuring 15m x 20m. The H3 Hoecker was fitted with new Tempawall cladding and roller shutter door, staked to tarmac.