We can deliver high quality accommodation to replace buildings that are damaged by flood, fire, explosion or extreme weather conditions within days or even hours.
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It is important in a crisis that accommodation can be provided quickly to minimise disruption and prevent a delay in services. Our thousands strong fleet of buildings and strategically located nationwide hire depots, means we are capable of responding promptly to emergency situations anywhere in the UK.
We have extensive experience in providing emergency buildings for a range of different uses including office accommodation, school buildings, police buildings and healthcare buildings.
Case studies – emergency buildings provided by the Wernick Group:
Betws Primary School fire
Due to an accidental fire caused by a desk top fan, Betws Primary school was in need of emergency accommodation to prevent disruption to pupil education. Wernick Hire managed to provide seven modular buildings consisting of store rooms, a hall, admin building and IT room, 3 double classrooms, a kitchen area and secure storage for maintenance. Wernick Buildings completed the entire project including all necessary foundation work within 7 weeks and the pupils returned from their school holidays on time. The project manager for the children’s directorate said:
“It was imperative that replacement accommodation was put in place as swiftly as possible to maintain community spirit and morale and secure continuity of education for the children. Wernick successfully assisted in delivering these aims.”
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Workington Police station engulfed in flood water
When the Cumbria Constabulary were in need of help after flooding left the Workington Police station under around a foot of water, Wernick managed to deliver a PCflex™ custody suite which was up and running in just five days. The specially made PCflex™ system meets Home Office “Safer detention” standards which was perfect for the temporary solution.
North Cardiff Medical Centre fire
When the GP surgery at North Cardiff Medical Centre was maliciously destroyed by fire, the practice manager Sarah Morris understood that a replacement building was urgently needed as patients and staff were valiantly coping with inadequate arrangements. Wernick quickly provided an air conditioned modular building which met the medical centre’s need.
“We received tenders from five accommodation hire companies but only Wernick Hire really understood the urgency of the situation and that an early completion date was critical. They reacted rapidly and within a couple of days of the fire we were inspecting some temporary accommodation at their depot in Briton Ferry.”
Ten Schools in Hull provided with accommodation after flooding
88 schools were affected by the flash floods that swept through Hull and at the worst stages of the emergency there were 30,000 Hull school children that had their education interrupted in some way. Wernick Hire Ltd supplied 44 temporary classrooms to ten of the most severely affected schools.
The temporary accommodation was provided within one month and included a 24m x 12m hall that was delivered in modular sections. Temporary toilet facilities were also provided. Wernick Hire worked day and night to ensure that every child was back in school by the start of the school term.
All buildings are also available for purchase.