Anti-Blast Portable Accommodation
During construction of the new project site safety officials at a major oil refinery in Scotland decided they needed a range of portable buildings to protect their workforce in areas of potential explosion.
Ashridge Construction were employed by the Highways Agency to install crash barriers in Bracknell, Berkshire and needed a portable welfare solution for their workers.
Toxic Refuge Shelters
Elliott beat of stiff competition to win the contract to supply blast resistant, fire-rated, toxic refuge shelters in the first phase of the site transport project. This is part of the integration of the new £200 million site, which will convert 1 million tonnes of wheat into Bioethanol and animal feed each year.
The Eco-Cabins were used for a 6 week period during a plant shutdown as temporary offices and welfare accommodation.
Murco Oil, South Wales