Recycled Classroom Units For School
- Benington Primary School
- Pre-owned nursery building
- Open plan area, quiet area, multiple toilets and office
The Governors of Benington Primary School in Hertfordshire would like to say a huge thank you to your company for the supply and installation of our new classroom. The service we received has been second to none. Efficient, courteous and so patient with the obstacles put in our way by the planning authorities. Thank you so much. We are delighted.
Jenny Cobb, Chair of Governors
The Chair of Governors at Benington Primary School contacted us in May with a requirement for substantial extra classroom provision accommodation, to be in place for the start of term in September. We had a pre-owned recycled modular nursery building, ready for use, which fitted their requirements and their budget nicely.
We initially sent photographs, drawings and costings for this 5 bay modular nursery building. We were then invited to visit their site to conduct a full site survey.
This was an interesting and tricky project, as the building had to be delivered down a a small private lane with only 4 inches spare on either side, then over a ditch with a bridge we constructed with Trackway and sleepers, then finally over the school playing field ... also on the Trackway system to prevent bogging down.
Having established that delivery and installation were indeed possible, the school's management team visited our site to inspect the pre-owned nursery building. They placed their order almost immediately, but their timescales were upset by their very stringent planning department. Nevertheless, we arranged to hold the building in our yard at no extra cost, until later delivery the following February.
We always try to accommodate clients and adapt to unforeseeable planning delays as part of our commitment to excellent customer service. As exemplified by the superb comments from our clients, this outstanding level of service is regularly acknowledged and praised.
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