Jackpad offers a non-invasive system that is ideal for situations where portable buildings may need to be moved at a later stage.
They are an alternative to standard concrete foundations and, being fully adjustable, they offer an easy solution where fall in the ground level on part of the location.
The receiving plates for Jackpad’s foundation system can be designed to suit any customer’s product, so they worked equally well for all the modular building companies involved in this summer’s projects.
Jackpad’s portable foundations mean that when or if the modules are removed there will be no reinstatement costs in relation to the foundations.
Springfield Managing Director Lyndsey Duggan: This is the third year we have worked with Jackpad on education projects in the North West. They are ideal partners for us, particularly when we have tight deadlines to achieve and tricky installation situations. The foundations go down quickly and enable us to get on with the project efficiently and effectively.
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