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What Temporary Services Do You Need for Your Construction Site?

For any construction site, no matter how big the project will be, before work can commence a number of important temporary services must be set up. As well as providing facilities for construction workers to make use of heavy machinery and tooling, temporary solutions must also be arranged for to allow for any on site admin, as well as toilet and washroom facilities:

Temporary electrical services

For any construction site, a constant supply of electricity is essential to allow for the delivery of the site project. However, it’s vital to ensure that all temporary electricity installations are fully tested and certified to ensure that they are fit for purpose and safe for use. Contact a site services specialist to ensure that temporary electrics are designed, supplied and installed to the highest professional standards.

For any construction site, there are a number of different areas that are likely to require temporary electrics, including storage containers, site offices, welfare units, hoists, site lighting and 10kva transformers.

Temporary plumbing services

For all construction sites, site welfare is of vital importance. Running water and means of waste disposal are needed to comply with health and safety regulations. Depending on the size of the construction project, its location and how long the work will take, plumping services and welfare facilities can include toilets, washing facilities, drinking water, water heaters, bip taps, stand pipes and silo connections.

By law, everyone working on a construction site must have access to suitable toilet and washing facilities, along with a place for preparing and consuming refreshments. With this in mind, it’s important to find an experienced temporary site services supplier to ensure that all temporary plumbing, from welfare cabins, to WC and sink waste, comply with health and safety regulations. Although a construction site is temporary, temporary plumbing services should be of the high standards that you would expect on a permanent site.

Hoists

A construction site may require a variety of hoist solutions that can be installed by an experienced site services team. For example, passenger hoists can be used to lift and lower passengers and materials to allow for work to be carried out at higher levels. On the other hand, gantry hoists and scaffold hoists are designed to lift and lower materials onto different levels.

Site lighting solutions

Site lighting is important for ensuring that workers and members of the public stay safe on and nearby a construction site. By lighting up the site, any potential hazards are more visible and can be avoided, reducing the possibility of injury. To ensure that the right level of lighting is provided, contact the experts.

If you are in need of assistance with all aspects of temporary site solutions, you can contact Suttie Site Services Ltd by calling 0844 241 5300.