“Our objective is for our removable structures to have the same capabilities as traditional constructions”, explained the General Manager of Grup Vall, Carles Vall, in an interview with this newspaper.
When a client has the need to generate a covered space for their company or project, they come up with a series of questions that must be answered efficiently by a qualified team, conveying and contributing maximum quality and security. The most frequent ones are usually regarding the advantages a temporary building offers compared to traditional construction, what are the regulations that cover this type of structure, technical aspects of the assembly process, etc. Today we speak with the CEO of one of those companies that go a step further and not only answer all those questions, but also dare to outline future ones.
Your business is growing, and you might be considering the possibility of opening a new warehouse or industrial tent. Building, buying or even renting a new building, however, requires a huge amount of capital and resources, and a long process of design and construction in case you want a new building adapted to all your needs. Although in the long run, a permanent building can be a solution for your business, there are many advantages that make temporary buildings a better choice.
A leading company dedicated to the manufacture of windmills has puts its trust in Vall to protect its products from the weather. In this case, our customers decided on a 30 x 50 x 7 m Alu-Stock unit, with a total of 1500 m² for this purpose. The pillars and lintels are made up of a rectangular aluminium profile of large dimensions and high strength.
We often find companies that are located within a piece of land that is not their own, but they may need ADDITIONAL INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS or LOGISTIC WAREHOUSES. This operation often involves a reduction in the assets and the optimisation of the use and profitability of operational costs, either for temporary projects or to provide maximum flexibility.
Any structure or building whether they are made of steel or even of formworked concrete may be considered as removable, since all of them can be dismantled and part of their components are likely to be reused. Nevertheless, ¿what are our grounds and what is our concept of a removable industrial building or pavilion?
We have completed the first construction phase of a large project on removable warehouses, to be more specific, we are installing a 40 meters wide, 85 meters long and 7 meters inner height removable industrial warehouse. Our Alu Stock 40/7 is an aluminium structure, fitted with a thermal textile cover and high insulating capacity 60 mm-thick rockwool panels. The installation comprises lighting, personal doors and quick industrial doors, 1 module for offices and toilets, a loading and unloading bay for trucks, the necessary inner and perimeter protections and the required fire safety systems. 3.400 m2 of indoor space deliverable in 30 days.