Temporary buildings are designed to fit customer specifications and can come in a range of shapes and sizes. The word temporary often leads people to believe that these buildings are low quality but they are actually extremely durable and can be used for years. Here’s our list of 8 different uses for temporary buildings and structures.
As more and more people become aware of the benefits of sport, good community facilities and leisure centres are more important than ever before. If you’re looking to improve your existing facilities, whether you’re a school, community sport centre or a private club, here are some of our top tips.
Facilities across the UK are investing a lot of time and money into installing and improving sports structures in a bid to encourage more people to get active. Sports and exercise are beneficial to everyone, but when it comes to growth and development, it seems that children especially have a lot to gain.
Covered sports facilities bring many benefits. They allow sportspeople and teams to use the pitches and courts more frequently, allowing you to bring in a higher income.
In the UK, the weather conditions are rarely perfect for sports, but there is no reason why this should stop us from getting on with the activities we love.