Monday, June 24, 2013

Temporary Office Accommodation Tips

Temporary Office Accommodation generally refers to portable offices which can be delivered for instance use. The use of portable office installations can provide safe and comfortable working environments, and are suitable for almost any location.

They can range from single office cabins to linked office complexes, and these can include meeting rooms, toilets, reception areas and canteens.

Here are just some of the uses for portable cabins;

• Office space
• Education and training purposes
• Showers and toilets
• Workshops and storage
• Ticket offices and gatehouses
• Construction site jackleg cabins
• Sports and leisure facilities

Construction site offices can be single storey or double storey with a smooth sided steel finish exterior. These may include sink units, entrance lobby, work tops and a tough durable floor covering.

Showers and toilets are designed to meet the requirements of most organisations from industrial, business, educational or health sectors. Good quality up to date installations will include baby changing areas, child friendly lavatories, disabled lavatories and drying rooms.

Temporary offices are also ideal for sports and leisure clubs. They can provide dry comfortable changing rooms for players and the latest facilities for staff and spectators.

Dining rooms and kitchen facilities are important elements of most commercial environments, and they should offer comfort and hygiene while at the same time meeting all the latest health and safety regulations.

Portable cabins are available in a wide range of standard sizes, and can range from 3.6m x 2.4m up to 9.6m x 3m.

Optional extras are usually available and these can include;

• Window guards
• Lighting
• Carpet or vinyl flooring
• Different exterior finishes in a variety of colours.

Because temporary offices are portable they are very versatile and can be adapted for other uses such as sales rooms, welfare facilities, overspill/waiting rooms and many other uses.
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