In­dus­trial Sheds & Shel­ters

The Australian Mining Review - - NEWS -

SPLASH Struc­tures has spe­cialised in the de­sign, man­u­fac­ture, sourc­ing and mar­ket­ing of portable fab­ric struc­tures and EPS panel struc­tures since 2003, across a di­verse range of sec­tors in­clud­ing the min­ing in­dus­try.

Its port­fo­lio in­cludes a diver­si­fied range of arch shel­ters, in­dus­trial tents and flat pack panel struc­tures in­clud­ing pop up fold­ing shel­ters, flat pack con­tain­ers and steel fold­ing con­tain­ers.

The com­pany also pro­duces a grow­ing num­ber of in­no­va­tive fixed and portable so­lu­tions.

Splash flat pack and EPS panel struc­tures are a se­ries of portable and fixed pre-fab­ri­cated build­ings that are shipped as a kit for on-site as­sem­bly.

Struc­tures ranged from sim­ple fold­ing steel con­tain­ers and in­su­lated flat pack con­tain­ers to steel frame panel build­ings that could be small or mas­sive.

Among the key ben­e­fits of Splash hard top struc­tures were fac­tory di­rect sav­ings.

Mod­u­lar flat pack con­tainer struc­tures could be joined and stacked into small or larger com­plexes and a host of add-ons en­abled cus­tomers to cre­ate the build­ing or com­plex they re­quired.

Splash also guar­an­teed no dan­ger­ous or toxic ma­te­ri­als were used, while ev­ery­thing was NATA Lab­o­ra­tory or equiv­a­lent tested.

Cy­clone and quake rods were also in­cluded in the EPS panel struc­tures.

With Pauline Dou­glas at the helm, Splash in­cluded an en­tourage of fac­to­ries, engi­neers, in­ter­na­tional sales con­sul­tants and in­stal­la­tion part­ners.

She said over­heads were kept “lean and mean” to en­sure she could pass on the best prices to cus­tomers.

Struc­tures were also shipped all around the world di­rectly from fac­to­ries, re­mov­ing the need for mid­dle­men.

More in­for­ma­tion can be found by vis­it­ing www.splash­struc­tures.com.

Splash Struc­tures pro­vides a wide range of fixed and portable struc­ture so­lu­tions.

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