Delivered as part of Richardson & Peat’s bespoke turnkey construction service, helping save costs and time on building projects large and small, the panels can also be offsite manufactured to exact specification on request. Offsite construction contributes a number of benefits to the building industry as a whole; as it’s been proven to enable reduction in waste materials, shorter build times and an improved quality of build.
With offsite manufacturing, less materials and staff are required on-site, leading to a quieter, less polluted local working environment. Its offsite facility provides another outstanding example of Richardson & Peat’s successful adoption of new and innovative building techniques, ensuring its renown as a firm capable of applying diligence and hard-earned traditional values to the fast-paced, ever-changing demands of 21st century construction.
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