Wernick Hire is the largest independent supplier of portable and modular accommodation for hire in Britain with 31 Hire Depots strategically located to cover all areas of England, Scotland and Wales.
With in excess of 30,000 units available from stock, you can be confident that we can find just what you need for your particular application, or alternatively we can design and manufacture to your exact requirements.
Wernick Hire's full service includes:
- Layout and design service
- Advice on planning applications, building regulations and fire safety requirements
- Site work can be undertaken.
- All transport and positioning, and removal at the end of the hire period
- Responsibility for building maintenance.
- Approved supplier to educational authorities and health authorities.
“ I’m very happy with building provided by Wernick Hire. Its functions are great, especially the office and meeting room areas which are very spacious. Being finished with our company colours means it looks good too. The [Wernick Hire] team were very efficient and all fine tuning to the building was dealt with immediately. ”
“ We received tenders from five accommodation hire companies, but only Wernick Hire really understood the urgency of the situation and that an early completion date was critical. They reacted rapidly and within a couple of days of the fire we were inspecting some temporary accommodation at their depot in Briton Ferry. ”
“ The rapid turn-round was a big achievement, we went from a pile of charred remains to four new, fully equipped classrooms in five weeks. It all required a high level of co-operation and timetable flexibility from our schools staff and Wernick Hire. ”
When 'The New Surgery', a general practice in Bridgend, had to be re-housed urgently, temporary accommodation came in the form of a brand new 17-room, two storey, modular building, on hire for two years from Wernick Hire. Special considerations for the contract were its urgency, plus security. In addition to a fully integrated intruder alarm all the consulting rooms were fitted with sound-deadening material to ensure patient confidentiality.Delivery and assembly took just four weeks. Paul Thomas, the practice manager commented, "The doctors are delighted with the standard of build and consider this building to be palatial compared with anything they have worked in before".
‘Fantastic’, was the opinion of more than one member of staff at St Silas Church of England Primary School as they viewed the classrooms in their newly completed building. In fact Hillary Hinchliff, the school’s head teacher, was heard to say, ‘They just won’t want to move out of it!’, which may sound a strange comment to make, unless you knew that the new building is on hire to the school for only two years, as Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council has set aside £3.5m to replace the existing Victorian school building in Clematis Street.
In the mean time the school has to continue to function, so Wernick Hire has responded by delivering a two-storey, modular building to the empty St Stephen’s Primary School site just two miles away. The new building is occupied by 151 children from Years 4 to 6 at St Silas, who are bussed to the temporary accommodation every school day while the old school site is redeveloped. Even with recent cutbacks in spending on education Wernick Hire’s quotation was considered the easiest and most cost-effective option.
The building has external, silent running 100 kVA generators that supply all the building’s electrical requirements, including the supply for lighting, hot water and wall mounted convector heaters.
The complete 20-bay building was delivered to site over three days. On-site finishing work took a further three weeks. So, in less than four weeks the building was ready for occupation. It’s equipped with 8 spacious classrooms, a staff room and toilet facilities. The floors are covered in carpet tiles, except the toilet areas, which are finished in non-slip vinyl.
What really delighted the school’s staff was the size of the classrooms and the quality of finish inside the building. That’s why they won't want to move out.
Wernick Hire has provided a triple stacked GreenSpace™ ECO cabin complex for BAM Construction. This is to aid their £27.4 million redevelopment of the Brynmor Jones Library at the University of Hull, which is to be created from the visionary designs from Sheppard Robson Architects. The tight work area of the construction site meant a triple-storey cabin complex was the only option to fulfil BAM’s site accommodation requirements.
With many construction companies now looking at reducing their carbon footprint, BAM Construction was also looking for environmentally sound accommodation for this project. Luckily, Wernick Hire had a brand new fleet of GreenSpace™ ECO units, which met all BAM’s requirements.
Andrew Smithson the Site Manager Commented, “It’s of primary importance to BAM Construction to have a good site environment and reduce our carbon footprint. After weighing up the cost and potential savings, as well as the environmental benefits, we decided the ECO complex provided by Wernick was the best option.”
GreenSpace™ ECO cabins have been Energy Performance Asset Rated and verified by an independent principle consultant and attain an EPC rating of B. This indicates that the energy efficiency of the building fabric, heating and lighting are extremely ECO friendly.
Company branding was also important to BAM Construction. Andrew Smithson went on to say, “We were happy with the aesthetics of the ECO cabins and happy with the quality of service we received from Wernick Hire. The Wernick Hire Depot Manager was very helpful and carried out frequent site checks and surveys.”
Described in the national press as ‘the London megaport you didn’t know existed’, DP World’s London Gateway is the UK’s newest deep sea container port. Projected to have a larger economic impact than the Olympics, it is the biggest privately funded infrastructure project the UK has ever seen.
Of the planned six berths, two are currently operational, with construction underway on the third. Volkerfitzpatrick have been involved in many aspects of the continuing construction of London Gateway, both for the ports and the 230 hectare logistics park on the site. When they required site accommodation for their staff, they approached Wernick Hire for a solution.commented Sarah Jones, Major Project Manager for Wernick Hire,
A total of six different buildings were supplied by Wernick, containing office and meeting areas, induction rooms and canteen areas. Welfare was also provided, including specialist facilities to accommodate various religious beliefs.
Wernick’s AVflex GreenSpace range was specified for the project, ensuring robust accommodation without compromising on energy efficiency. Thirty five bays were installed over a single week. Four of the buildings were landed in a configuration that created a central rest area, offering protection from the windy and sandy environment of the site.
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