When it comes to supplying welfare facilities and temporary accommodation units to the rail sector, there are specific considerations to be taken into account. One of the most important is working within the rail industry’s strict time constraints.
For many, the New Year presents the perfect opportunity to have a good clear out and get on top of things. Storage struggles become even more of an issue after the busy Christmas period, so if you need to store any winter goods away to make more room, hiring a temporary storage container may be the ideal solution.
The construction industry is particularly vulnerable to theft from opportunistic thieves and protecting tools and valuable equipment is an important part of any construction site security strategy.
We have put together an ultimate guide of all you need to know about static and mobile welfare units, the health and safety legislation and the benefits of hiring with A-Plant Accommodation for your next welfare requirements.
We specialise in the provision of temporary site accommodation, offering everything from a single toilet right through to a complete contractor’s village.
We find out what Project Manager, Hazel Harrison, thinks about working in the construction industry.
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.