Even when it comes to construction methods such as modular buildings, there’s environmentally friendly and eco friendly versions available! Companies such as Wernick Buildings are leading the way in eco-friendly modular buildings with their range, the Rapid Plan 3000.
Wernick take the environmental impact of their construction methods very seriously and have ensured that the RapidPlan 3000 meets a range of criteria to ensure that the building utilizes environmentally friendly methods of production as well as being energy efficient. The buildings have been designed to a specific size in order to fit the exact size of materials and ensure that waste is reduced to an absolute minimum. With the range, quality has in no way been compromised in an attempt to make the buildings environmentally friendly, further demonstrating the companies dedication to offering eco friendly modular buildings.
As David Wernick, CEO, explains, “The offsite manufacturing process of our buildings means that the construction site programme is greatly reduced, which minimises the impact on the environment and neighbours to the proposed construction site. When possible, we also source labour locally in order to both reduce travelling costs and to help support local communities.”
“Wernick modular buildings are also completely flexible and can be tailored to your requirements, utilising a range of environmentally friendly options. We work closely with industry leading manufacturers to provide a broad range of renewable energy technologies such as underfloor heating, solar panel water heating systems, photovoltaic electric panels, biomass boilers, rainwater harvesting solutions and passive ventilation.”
For a range of modular buildings which are environmentally friendly and tick all the boxes when it comes to a company demonstrating corporate social responsibility, look no further! For more information, see the companies latest press release here or for their range of used portable buildings, see their sister company, PK Cabins.