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We are pleased to announce two senior promotions, as we prepare to expand further in the coming months. Marcus Sutcliffe is now managing director, while our former senior quantity surveyor Jason Bowker has been promoted to commercial manager. The promotions come as we prepare to relocate to a new purpose-built 18,700 sq ft factory in […]
The term off-site construction quite rightly conjures images of buildings being put together on the factory floor, with just a short process to install at the site. This is one of the major advantages of off-site construction, improving on site health and safety and reducing disruption. In fact, the work that takes place on-site is […]
We’re proud to announce that we have been appointed to Fusion21’s Education Modular Buildings Framework, which is worth up to £225 million over a four-year period. As one of nine companies on the framework, we will have the opportunity to bid for projects worth millions of pounds. Fusion21 brings together modular construction companies to provide a […]
Building Information Modelling – more commonly referred to as BIM – is one of the key buzz-phrases in the construction sector, for both traditional building and off-site manufacturers. Politicians and architects are keen to sing BIM’s praises, but its potential as a powerful tool in the off-site construction sector remains largely untapped. In some cases, this […]
Hospitals and medical centres across the country are in desperate need of additional space and upgrades to improve clinical environments for staff and patients. But with so many medical buildings dating back to a time when adaptability was not a consideration, expansion projects represent a major challenge for the healthcare sector.
Even though off-site construction is a simpler process than traditional building, there are still definite advantages to using a company which can support every step of the process. That’s why Elite Systems offers a turnkey service offering expert guidance from the first meeting to the last lick of paint.
With lack of space and the cost of land often prohibiting expansion beyond a property’s existing boundaries, organisations are searching for ways to make the most of their existing space. But what if those spaces are small pockets of land, often enclosed by other buildings and walls?
Britain is in the midst of the worst shortage of school places in decades, and headteachers around the country are looking for ways to accommodate additional intake – without breaking the bank.