Since the start of the pandemic we’ve worked closely with our clients to support them by creating additional space. The Christmas period has been no different.
As a result of the roll out of increased testing for Covid-19, our team has been working hard installing and converting marquees to be used as testing stations across London and Surrey during the Christmas break.
Working closely with our clients and schools (ready for the start of term on 4th January), we worked closely with the updated guidance for schools on Covid-19 testing to create temporary Covid-19 testing stations.
During this, it became evident that these structures had key fit out requirements, these included:
We are, and have been able to create additional space for waiting areas, where these have been unable to be accommodated in existing space.
Due to the versatility of our marquees and temporary structures, we are able to set up Covid-19 testing stations on a variety of surfaces, including grassed areas, decking, concrete and car parks.
When designing structures for Covid-19 testing, we’ve been conscious that these may be used for vaccination centres at a later date. With that in mind, we’ve included key design elements, meaning the structures are versatile for future use.