Irreplaceable objects made of sandwich panels
Objects made of sandwich panels are distinguished by a great finish, thanks to the use of the best materials available on the market. Containers and pavilions made of sandwich panels are especially appreciated.
USE OF SANDWICH PANELS FOR BUILDING CONTAINERS
The basis of construction in such containers is sandwich panels. This product is highly valued in the construction market because it allows for easy modification and transport of the object. It is the sandwich panels that make it possible to produce such objects as pavilions, halls, etc. Each type of container can be used in all kinds of applications: a shop, a kiosk, commercial facilities. Sandwich panels are frequently encountered in the areas of used car dealers.
Pavilions can be easily converted to another service. A characteristic feature of such facilities is the ease of moving them to any location. It is also possible to sell the facility to another owner. Objects made of sandwich panels are very economical.
FAST MODULAR CONSTRUCTION OF SANDWICH PANEL OBJECTS
Modular construction, a characteristic feature of containers and pavilions, is the fastest way to build your own facility. Pavilions can be erected in just over a month. Modules of such facilities are prepared on our premises and the finished ones are transported to the customer. The time of realisation is shortened in comparison to traditional construction, which requires foundations.
WHAT DISTINGUISHES SANDWICH PANEL OBJECTS?
In the case of sandwich panel objects, a much better thermal insulation coefficient and lower energy consumption are obtained. Sandwich panel facilities offer the possibility of extension, superstructure and modernisation of the existing pavilion. At each stage, from design to realisation, it is possible to adjust the facilities to individual customer preferences. Thanks to the mobility and versatility of the construction, the facilities can be placed in locations with very limited access. The basic advantage is primarily the reduction of problems related to the coordination of subcontractors’ works, freeing the investor from the need to supervise multi-branch works “on site” and eliminating the problem of construction waste as well as dirty and noisy works on the construction site.