The veteran staff within TPA have unparalleled experience in the portable buildings sector and have been instrumental in the installation of temporary access roads, bridges and stairways for the majority of the key market players.
At TPA we appreciate that delivering a portable building project to schedule, can be a stressful time; keeping disruption to the client to a minimum, liaising and trying to juggle many contractors as well as adhering to stringent timescales. Our experienced operations crew work as part of your logistics team ensuring that your project is delivered on time and to the standard that you should expect from the market leader. Our team understand your key drivers and can project manage our installation and recovery for the more challenging jobs and can remain on site for the duration if deemed necessary. They will always treat the safety of those on site as a priority.
Prior to each of our installations, we recommend a Site Survey conducted by the Field Sales Engineer. It’s during this meeting that they’ll assess the ground conditions, make provision for any delicate, vulnerable surfaces such as tarmac playgrounds, and sports fields, and offer advice on the most suitable access route. Conducted as part of our overall service, this is offered free of charge and the Job Pack which follows includes a comprehensive quote, site plan, and Risk Assessment.
We appreciate that many portable buildings projects take place during the summer holidays, which coincides with our busy outdoor events season. Introduced in 2009, we’ve adapted our operations to make sure that panel stock is reserved specifically for school breaks including Summer and half term holidays.
TPA Portable Buildings projects include:
- Solid surface layers to protect vulnerable areas, including playgrounds, gardens, tennis courts, sports grounds and underground services.
- Flat walkways and roadways to allow pedestrian and vehicular access.
- Stabilising platforms for cranes and outriggers, required to lift and manoeuvre heavy buildings and temporary structures.