Mental Health Needs a Modular Solution

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The impacts of the physical environment on an individual’s mental health are well documented, with light, spaciousness and access to nature commonly cited as enablers of good wellbeing. It has recently been reported that 2 in 3 workers experience symptoms of both anxiety and depression, demonstrating the clear need for greater investment in internal environments … Read more

Pop up nuclear villages power advancement to Net Zero

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With the push for clean nuclear energy gaining momentum in the UK, housing the people who work on these remote sites is vital. Temporary modular buildings will play a key role in delivering the government’s nuclear roadmap. Hinkley Point C, the UK’s first new nuclear power station to be built since 1995, is predicted to … Read more

Modular construction companies are key to the circular economy

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Embodied carbon accounts for 20 per cent of the UK construction industry’s emissions – a figure that needs to be cut dramatically in order to meet Net Zero targets. Enter modular construction companies: the key to a truly circular construction economy. Why circular? A circular economy means reusing, repurposing or recycling materials for as long … Read more

Flexible modular solutions: a life jacket for healthcare budgeting

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When procuring new buildings, the agility and cost certainty provided by rental modular solutions is a significant advantage. Permanent buildings have their own benefits too, enabling organisations to purchase complex buildings outright, that are flexible in terms of funding. However, the leasing and manufacture of modular healthcare buildings can fall within an organisation’s OpEx budget … Read more

Five considerations for developing inclusive healthcare spaces

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Growing social awareness of disabilities and impairments is paving the way for increased inclusivity in building designs. Nowhere is this more prominent than healthcare, where facilities are required to accommodate individual needs to ensure services are of a high standard for all. As conversations around different disabilities leads to greater understanding, suppliers have a duty … Read more

Making waiting lists history with offsite construction

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The winter period is always pressured for the NHS, with a rise in patients that require care. With many hospitals across the UK needing to expand their facilities and maximise bed capacity to cope with rises in patient numbers, both permanent and rental modular solutions could be the way to deliver these specialist buildings at … Read more