Recently, we have built two pavilions for the Eneco power plant.
The first one is 12m x 6m and the second one is 5m x 2.75m
The location of the smaller pavilion was in a very difficult place, we had very little space to place the pavilion, photos below.
At a later time, he put a few photos from the unloading of a larger pavilion built of 4 modules.
I invite you to read.
Below a few photos of the pavilion with an additional laminate floor, We can make the floor according to the customer’s wishes, it can be a PVC panel, flooring or tiles..
Today I will present a few photos from the interior of the pavilion in a standard version.
I will remind quickly;
All pavilions Efekt built on steel construction, protected against corrosion.
The floor also on the steel structure from the outside we have a sheet, then the insulation from polystyrene and on top OSB board, the customer wishes we can put additional PVC panels.
Pictures of the completion of the pavilion with a floor with a PVC floor will be presented in the next post
This time, we will discuss the color theme of our pavilions inside and outside.
With the colors of the RAL palette, we meet every day. It has become a platform on which industrial enterprises and service companies and their clients get on with color for color coatings, plastics, etc. The RAL color register is not a legally binding norm, it is rather the basis for a voluntary regulation , aimed at improving the quality of production and services and facilitating the communication of suppliers and customers.
RAL palettes are used to determine the color of countless industrial products, architectural elements and interior furnishings, it is also commonly used in advertising – for example, to specify the color of carriers and markings. By ordering the powder coating of the stand construction, cassette profiles, etc., we will most often be asked to specify the color according to the RAL system. Even dtp, multimedia and polygraph specialists even contact RAL with the need to print or present on the monitor colors that best match the values specified by the customer according to the RAL palette.
A little more information
A full range of RAL colors and color markings
The RAL color register consists of two collections: RAL Classic and RAL Design System. The most popular RAL stencils include historically the first and relatively narrow collection of RAL Classic, which can be identified by four-digit color determinations. Its small range is the main drawback, visible above all in the range of the brightest colors.
Competition from the NCS system and Sikkens pallets, mobilized RAL Institut to create a rich palette of RAL Design System, meeting the requirements of designers and architects and having reference to color description systems. The RAL Design System colors are marked with seven digits.
Both pallets are not connected in any way and do not complement each other. The Classic collection is kept only because of its popularity.
Color description key according to RAL CLASSIC
1XXX – yellow, from 1000 to 1034, a total of 27 colors
2XXX – orange colors, from 2000 to 2012, a total of 12 colors
3XXX – reds, from 3000 to 3031, a total of 22 colors
4XXX – violet colors, from 4001 to 4010, in total 10 colors
5XXX – blues, from 5,000 to 5024 in total 23 colors
6XXX – greens, from 6000 to 6034, a total of 32 colors
7XXX – gray, from 7000 to 7047, 37 colors in total
8XXX – browns, from 8,000 to 8028, a total of 19 colors
9XXX – white and black, from 9001 to 9018, 12 colors in total
The most popular colors in our company
Modular construction is a response to the needs reported by the market. Both individual clients and enterprises who are looking for modern design and comfort, while expecting lower costs and shorter time of investment implementation. What are the advantages of modular construction from the perspective of the investor and the future investment user?
A number of benefits for the investor
There are many reasons to consider the choice of modular construction at the expense of traditional construction. Noteworthy is, above all, the huge saving of time, and thus – money, which in part results from lower labor costs, and partly from the lower costs of the entire project. The modular building of the Efekt company requires only the preparation of foundations on which later prefabricated modules are placed. Depending on the size of the building and the complexity of the project, this allows you to shorten the implementation time
Money is usually the basic argument in favor of modular construction, but not the only one. Mention must also be made of the great freedom in terms of arrangement, as well as almost unlimited expansion possibilities. Construction carried out using prefabricated elements is also less risky and free of many obstacles. The weather does not have such a big influence in its case as in the context of traditional construction, the risk of theft of materials or tools is practically non-existent and there is no need to employ a supervision inspector.
While in the case of traditional construction methods, big concerns are usually related to contractors and the quality of their work, in modular construction they are completely unnecessary. Our professional team is responsible for the implementation of the order. An undoubted advantage is also a guarantee, which will be covered by the building, which for a certain time will allow you to forget about any defects and costs of their repair.
With one click you can find all our previous realizations and see what we have been doing so far. We would like to share it with you. To view our implementation map, just click here http://efektmaps.com/ or by visiting our website (https://modernpavilion.co.uk/), open the “Our Realizations” tab.
After hovering over the map marked on the map, you will be able to find out details about the location of the cabins. You can also find out for what type of business, which cabin was used, as well as information about customers. Each implementation is accompanied by a picture of the cabin, which, hopefully, gives an idea of the design possibilities. It is worth remembering that there are many options for modular buildings, and the decision depends on the requirements. We adapt the design to your needs. Some customer groups have some preferences and classic choices that may sometimes seem similar. See examples of our orders in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands and Belgium that are variable. Look at our clients in the UK that you can find and see in real life if you like. Check also other locations to find out where we were. Most importantly, with our help, you can hope that you will inspire yourself to create your own, ideal modular building project.
We invite you to watch the movie with a conversation with our client about the popular 6×5 pavilion in the Netherlands.
In an environment of continuous economic change, organizations must ensure that all aspects of their business are flexible, so they can adapt in an instant to exploit potential opportunities and remain competitive. The variable location of the property makes your organization even more flexible. Our company gives your organization the ability to disassemble, move or renew modules to meet your personal requirements. You can quickly make a deal and expand the space by adding or removing modules. The modular design also reduces interference in operation, surrounding buildings and the environment.
Maximize your allocated budget
Our cabin solutions amazing productivity and increased costs in your project. For example, modular construction offers typically include all mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and structural plans within the package, which provides customers with excellent architectural cost savings. Construction outside the plant reduces labor and supervision costs because our skilled workers build modular buildings at a fixed price. You also avoid conflicts with transaction planning and other delays.
Use modularity when you value better construction quality
Off-site modules must comply with the same building codes and regulatory requirements as IRC or IBC, as well as other types of structures. Our techniques make the modules much stronger than conventional constructions. Each module undertakes a rigorous engineering process to ensure that the section can withstand transport to and from the site. Storage of materials in a climate controlled environment also protects them against deterioration or damage caused by moisture, extreme temperatures and other elements. Skilled workers build modules on tables, guaranteeing constant precision in the workplace. Designers assemble the modules on site, strictly adhering to local, state and national requirements of the Construction Code.
As before, I said this time unloading and assembly of the Modular building in the Netherlands
Below are some photos from the unloading of the 6×5 Pavilion.
A very popular building in the Netherlands because it is our third identical modular building in the Netherlands.
In the near future video clip and conversation with our client.
In order to unload your newly purchased modular building, we will require a crane. There are generally two crane types which we recommend using. It’s either the HiAb crane or a static crane.
During the process of unloading, the building is lifted as a whole and set in the correct position. If the building is large, it will consists of more parts. Each part of the building is then lifted separately, placed next to one another and joined together by our crew.
Prior to the building assembly you will be sent some information, particularly regarding the weight of your modular building. This is in order to help you choose which type of crane is required. We will always advise further if needed.
As you can see at the photo above, during unloading, a crane is equipped with a hoist lifting belt and a spread beam. These are used together in order to lift and unload a modular building. Spread beam can be supplied by the crane company or by us in some cases. Spread beam we provide, can be used in order to lift the building depending on its weight. This beam can be used up to a maximum of 4000 kg load. If the maximum load is higher, the modular building must be unloaded with the use of a crane company’s spread beam.
Other than the need for a HiAb crane, sometimes, there may be need for a static crane use instead. Most often, static crane is required in places with difficult access. Static crane may also be needed if the building is particularly heavy or large. When it comes to the process of unloading, static crane, similar to a HiAb, is equipped with a hoist lifting belt and a spread beam in order to unload a modular building. The price of a static crane use is in fact higher in comparison to a HiAb. If situation requires it though, the use of a static crane may be unavoidable.
We hope that today we brought to you the process of unloading and assembling modular building a little bit closer.