Network Rail required a two-storey temporary office to accommodate 132 office staff and a welfare facility to support 240 staff at their Stockport depot
The Perfect Solution
We delivered a modern and aesthetically pleasing office environment, using part Cedar and part Kingspan external cladding. Meanwhile, the interior of the temporary building was designed to meet Network Rail corporate DNA, taking them from bland to brand, offering a creative and inspiring work environment for the Network Rail team.
The project was designed, manufactured and installed in just 14 weeks with dramatically-reduced on-site traffic and disruption. Minimal disruption was extremely important to Network Rail as the building is adjacent to and in close proximity to a live railway track.
We worked with Network Rail to design and build a two-storey temporary office and welfare facility. The office building is designed to be durable and require low maintenance. For example, external windows can be opened and cleaned from the inside, reducing the risk of falls from ladders. Additionally, for extra security the doors are manufactured with interlocking seams and reinforced interlocking channels.
The interior of Network Rail’s temporary office is designed to reflect their corporate DNA, producing a creative and productive workspace.
In total, we designed a solution to accommodate 132 office staff who could utilise meeting rooms, a briefing room, an archive room, a large refectory and kitchen, a storeroom, a switch room, a drying room, a locker room, a security room. IT server room and essential toilet and shower facilities on both floors.
Don’t take our word for it
“The communication, organisation and planning for the installation was first class.
The installation of our temporary office did not create any disruption to the ongoing operation of the site and was completed within programme. It’s also worth mentioning that Health and Safety has been considered of extreme importance from start to finish by your team.
We are very pleased with the high quality of the building and attention to detail to achieve the Network Rail DNA internal specification.”