Luton depot is maintaining its busy schedule and customer growth as the office approaches the end of 2019.
The ongoing demand for portable offices from a rapidly expanding US car hire company has seen the first modular building head overseas to establish a new office in Galway, Ireland.
In addition to this, the depot has continued to handle a lot of repeat business from the BBC for studios to accommodate the Strictly Come Dancing shows.
There has also been a five bay modular installation at Lime Trust Forest School which provided a double classroom, washrooms and storage to accommodate additional special needs pupil places.
A two bay modular was established as a welfare facility for a Chichester based herb producer and a further unit was provided to Grundon Waste for its Weighbridge office.
An on-going need for further office space at the Boiling Tap company provided the client with an opportunity to incorporate its own taps within the kitchen area of the new office complex.
New team member, Aaron Smith-Holding, who joined the company in the autumn as Customer Account Manager Sales, is already making a significant contribution.
Luton Manager, Dannielle Williams, said: “We are working really well as a cohesive unit and Aaron has been seamlessly introduced to the team and complements the other members of staff.
“We’ve had another busy, productive year and will be looking forward to new challenges in 2020. A big thanks to all our new and repeat customers for their business.”
For more information contact: Portable Offices Luton on 01582 490082