Monday, December 6, 2021

Temporary buildings from Lauralu aids workplace social distancing

A temporary building from temporary building manufacturer and installer Lauralu UK can provide businesses with more working space – helping to facilitate the government’s 2m social distancing rule and keep employees safe.

A temporary building from Lauralu can be assembled in a matter of days and are available to hire from six months to five+ years; Lauralu offer a range of financing options making a temporary building really the most flexible solution for your businesses additional space requirements right now.

“We are all too aware of the pressures being put on businesses especially across manufacturing and warehousing industries to ensure their staff are adhering to the 2m social distancing rule introduced by the Government in response to the COVID-19 epidemic and likely to be in place until at least the end of 2020,” said Tony Farley, Director of Sales at Lauralu UK.

“Having enough space to enable staff to work 2m apart whilst keep operations running at the normal level will be very difficult for businesses to achieve when space within their existing buildings is already at maximum capacity.

“For years we have been providing businesses across a range of industries with extensions to their existing facility to cope with spikes in production, seasonal demand and similar and really this situation is no different, using our industry leading guttering system we can connect a temporary building to our clients existing facilities allowing them to spread out more, alternatively a whole new building can be built if that’s more suitable.

“We are pleased we can offer a solution that can help businesses through this unsettled time.”

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