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Modular Nursery, Nottingham

Posted By: Midlands Portable Buildings
Posted On: November 15, 2019
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Timber Clad Modular Buildings

Modular Nursery Supplied in Nottingham

We have recently completed the installation of a brand new modular nursery building in Edwalton, Nottingham. The modular building consists of six bays which were cladded with Cedar. The building will house the nurseries 0-2 years facility. The building includes a;

  • Porch Entrance
  • Lobby
  • DDA Toilet
  • Three Infant Toilets
  • Large Open Classroom
  • Covered Outside Area

The interior of the building was finished in plaster which was painted in the clients specified colour. Wall paper was then added to accent certain parts of the building. The flooring was a high quality wooden effect vinyl flooring which is easy to keep clean.

The building has three aluminium framed bi-fold door systems which exit out onto a covered walkway for the children to free-flow out to the garden area.

We provided a full turn-key contract for our clients including professional services such as a structural engineer, building regulations sign off and architect. The building was delivered using six lorries and loaded into place with the use of a mobile crane.

The client is delighted with their new facility and we look forward to visiting again in the future.

Modular Nursery Buildings

Turn Key Service

  • Design
  • Manufacture
  • Structural Engineer Services
  • Professional Services – Building Regulations
  • Groundwork’s – Foundations, Drainage, Trenching, Mains Connections
  • Transport, Cranage and Installation
  • Pathways

A turn-key contract takes the stress out of a project for you the client. We try to provide as much value as possible to our customers whether this is by providing the service direct or by giving you all the information you require to do the job yourself.

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