A-Plant Accommodation offers a hire fleet of over 19,000 units, from a single cabin to fully linked site complexes, through dedicated Accommodation Service Centres across the UK.

Products

We operate one of the largest hire fleets in the UK with in excess of 19,000 units on fleet, operating from 13 locations.

Our range of temporary accommodation includes mobile and static welfare units, green specification accommodation units, secure stores, fire certificated accommodation and multi-combination offices, canteens, drying rooms, toilets and shower units.

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Services

At A-Plant Accommodation, we’re not just about equipment rental. We believe in being the complete one-stop solution for all our customers' rental needs.

Our award winning training ensures your staff are correctly trained and working safely.

Health and Safety

We are setting the Safety Standard

A-Plant Accommodation and A-Plant pride themselves on having the most robust and intrinsically developed quality and safety management system in the industry. We are the first national rental company in Europe to achieve complete certification to ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, ISO 20121: 2012 and OHSAS 18001:2007 standard, which means our customers can have complete confidence in our ongoing commitment to improving quality and health and safety.

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Latest News & Updates

Equipment hire company A-Plant has been named as one of the UK’s leading companies for providing apprenticeships. The firm, which has 150 apprentices amongst its 3,300-strong workforce, has been featured in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer List and is the only major hire company to make this listing.

We have launched a new dedicated recruitment website intended for all potential candidates who are interested in a career at the largest equipment rental company in the UK.

From our Blog

We’ve all seen the clusters of accommodation units on construction sites – forming the temporary headquarters and welfare facilities for site staff and operatives. What we don’t necessarily realise is the background work that goes into creating these contractors’ villages.

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