The Market Authority had installed 52 modules measuring 6m by 2.45m for its backroom operations, and therefore required a system that enabled fast and efficient installation.
Facilities Manager Jo Breare commented: ñWe chose Jackpad as a quick, convenient alternative to traditional concrete foundations thereby avoiding the disruption and associated mess laying concrete creates. The service delivered was great and the product was also terrific.î
Jackpad provides portable foundations for single, double and treble storey modular buildings throughout the UK, offering an alternative to digging out and laying concrete footings.
The double-storey buildings by TF Jacksons provide all the space capacity required and, if the buildings need to be moved, the Jackpad system can be lifted without damaging the substrate.
As an added benefit, the portable foundations are manufactured from recycled plastic and can be re-used, providing an eco-friendly solution.
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