With all the varied requirements and needs for businesses and their workers within the commercial sector, it is vital that safety standards and regulations are still adhered to and met at the highest possible level. This is particularly true when constructing a new building for a business and within the finalised construction when being used.
These days it can seem that being ‘eco-friendly’ is something that you aspire to be but rarely actually implement. With ever increasing concerns about our environment and rising fuel bills however, making your business eco-friendly is something that should be seriously considered to both save your business money and decrease its carbon footprint.
The Shires special education school (part of The Acorn Group) in Oakham celebrate the opening of their new SEN Eco-classroom by TGEscapes.
Whilst hardly a new concept, modular building projects have really seen a massive spike in popularity in recent years across all sectors in the UK. In particular, the commercial sector is looking further into modular building options to provide new office spaces and working environments for their employees that are cost effective and environmentally friendly. But why have modular buildings suddenly become so popular in the UK?
Constructing modular buildings is by no means a modern trend. For decades modular buildings have been built right across the world for both temporary and permanent solutions in all sectors of society.
Quick to build, hassle free and versatile, it’s easy to see why in recent years the adoption of modular buildings has surged dramatically and in some unusual and innovative ways. In this article we thought we would look at some of the most unique modular building designs across the world, both old and new, and how the modular process shaped them.