The Beta system offers a highly cost-effective building for waste management activities. The nature of the waste management and recycling industries means that any investment in a building for your business needs to be carefully considered:
Will the structure be large enough for future needs and the growing range and volume of materials for recycling?
Will you still be on your existing premises in a few years time?
Do you build a structure to leave on site when your tenancy expires?
With clear span widths of up to 30m and unlimited lengths, the Beta system can be a permanent or relocatable building in which to house your recycling and waste management facilities. The membrane roof allows daylight to permeate the interior of the structure and reduces the need for expensive electric lighting during daylight hours and provides a comfortable, light and airy environment.
As with our other buildings, there is no need for traditional foundations and the expense they incur. Your existing yard, a simple concrete raft or even just bases at the point of anchoring are all that’s needed to secure your Beta structure.
Despite this inexpensive method of anchoring, the stability and longevity of the structure is ensured by its engineering and our construction in accordance with rigorous and thorough calculations that are carried out on each and every one of our structures prior to installation.
All Useful Structures buildings bring the added assurance of being designed in conformity to BS6399 – the only British Standard that should be employed for any structure in place for over 28 days. This means that the building is engineered and calculated to exactly the same Wind and Snow loadings as a traditional building.
Options include single and double leaf doors, roller shutter doors, glazing and many choices of external colours and profiles as standard. Buildings can be insulated or uninsulated according to your process needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Thanks to their membrane roofs, Beta modular systems allow natural light to enter the building, which prevents the need for artificial lighting during the daytime. This not only creates a comfortable environment but also helps to reduce your utility costs.
Here at Useful Structures, we provide a number of design options for our modular waste management buildings – including (but not limited to) single and double-leaf doors, roller shutter doors, glazing, and an assortment of colours and profiles.
Unlike conventional brick and mortar buildings, our Beta systems don’t require foundations. This means they can be installed directly onto an existing yard or easily relocated, as and when your needs dictate.
To find out more about our modular waste management solutions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team on 01788 861 246.
Absolutely! Here at Useful Structures, we can assure you that all of our Beta waste management systems are designed to be of exceptional quality.
Modular construction enables safety requirements to be more easily met, leading to better build quality and improved quality control procedures. The risk of slips, trips, and falls is significantly reduced on-site, as our staff aren’t required to work at height.
When we construct modular Beta systems off-site, our specialists take all the necessary safety measures to protect themselves, your workforce, and any site visitors.
What’s more, the weather conditions rarely affect the build of Beta modular waste management systems, meaning we might be able to complete your project even sooner, without skimping on safety or quality!
The price of our modular Beta systems can vary depending on several factors. These include the size of the building, the quality of the materials used, the location of the site, and the complexity of the build.
Of course, the bigger your building needs to be, the more you can expect to pay. Similarly, a structure that’s built from poor quality materials will likely cost you less than one built from high-quality materials that are strong enough to withstand all weathers.
For projects that require a simple layout only, the price tends to fall on the lower to middle end of the price scale. More complicated tasks will require more skill and time to complete, which will impact the overall cost.
Something else to bear in mind is that the more you customise your waste management facility, the more it will cost you. This includes upgrading from single-leaf doors to roller shutters, and opting for an insulated structure as opposed to an uninsulated one.
For a clear idea of how much you’ll pay for one of our Beta systems, call 01788 861 246 to discuss your requirements with the team. We’ll then get back to you with a fair quote.
Temporary modular buildings are designed to meet your short-term needs, whereas permanent modular buildings are developed with longer-term requirements in mind.
One of the biggest advantages of our Beta modular structures is that they’re extremely flexible and can be adapted to suit your specific requirements. This means that whether you’re looking for a structure that’s big enough to accommodate your current waste demands only or you need a facility that’s suitable for your future needs, we can help.
Our best advice is to arrange an appointment with the team here at Useful Structures. This will allow us to find out a little bit more about you and your business’ needs and offer a tailored solution.
To discuss the different options available for our waste management facilities, you’re welcome to contact us. Either give us a call, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out our online enquiry form today.