Temporary structures could be just the answer you need to help your business, school or college get back into operation whilst maintaining social distancing rules when the lockdown restrictions are eased.
As you consider the steps you’ll need to take to re-open your premises from the coronavirus lockdown, you will need to think about how to protect your employees, students and visitors by maintaining social distancing.
Common spaces such as reception areas, canteens, rest areas or locker facilities are likely to need to be extended or altered to create more space and one-way traffic flows. Or you may need to set up drive-through collection points or temporary additional warehouse storage.
If people are likely to need to queue before entering your premises or buildings, then providing shelter from the weather and physical guides which help people maintain a two-metre gap will be important.
We’re already helping several businesses and educational establishments in the South of England with temporary and semi-permanent marquee structures to create additional space for canteens, locker areas, changing rooms, additional storage and covered areas to manage visitors to offices, warehouse buildings and schools.
Semi-permanent marquees and structures are the ideal way to create additional space and protection at very short notice (we’ve completed new structures in less than 2.5 days from initial enquiry, planning the best layout and finished construction). Semi-permanent structures are suitable for use over a number of months and can be easily adjusted as needs change, an important factor in the coming months as rules and guidance likely develops and changes.
We have over 30 years’ experience supplying marquees and temporary storage for a variety of commercial uses. Call us today to discuss how we can help get your business operating effectively in no time at all and to arrange a free site survey. Contact us on 01420 587 444 or email us at email@example.com