Modular Building Cladding - wood, stone-effect, brick slips
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Attractive claddings for modular buildings

Adapt the appearance of your building with attractive claddings - to create a look that's right for you

The exterior of your building can be clad in a wide range of materials to help it blend in with your site or neighbouring buildings, create an eye-catching design feature or complement your corporate identity.

The cladding options available include rustic cedar or larch wood panelling, brick slips to create the appearance of a conventional building, aluminium panels for a contemporary look, as well as stone effect cladding in a range of colours.

Choose from the following cladding options:

  • Cedar or larch wood – horizontal or vertical panels

 

  • Brick – in a choice of colours
  • Stone-effect cladding – in a choice of colours

 

  • Aluminium panels – for a contemporary look


"The contract for the new teaching block at Scholes School in Leeds was won by Portakabin (Refurbished) in competitive tender, but their previous performance on other projects for Leeds City Council was definitely a factor. The sustainability benefits of this type of construction were also important. Portakabin (Refurbished) performed very well on the project, which replaced some dilapidated classrooms with a new, larger block. One of the major advantages of building with pre-owned modules is the short timescale for on-site work compared with traditional methods of construction. This was particularly useful for the Scholes project because the original building was in use until the end of the summer term. Demolition works began at the start of the summer holidays and the new accommodation was handed over before the autumn half term. The new building was delivered on time and on budget and we were particularly impressed with the quality of finish. We also liked the higher ceilings that the high bay modular units offered. The building is brick clad to complement the existing school and the surrounding residential environment."

David Astin, Building Consultant at Scholes School. Leeds

"The new training and enterprise centre will give local people a greater opportunity to acquire practical skills to help them succeed. It is a great facility."

"The workshop area can be split into four sections for teaching bricklaying, plastering, joinery and other building skills. The classrooms will be used as a satellite learning facility for training providers and the catalyst centre is designed to encourage and support local entrepreneurs. It will serve our partners with the extra resources they need to improve training, education and business support for local people."

Lisa Smith, Programme Officer, East Area Regeneration Team at Leeds City Council



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