“With the UK government’s 2025 vision for construction sector, the strategy is 33% lower costs, 50% faster delivery timescales, 50% lower emissions and 50% improvement in exports. To achieve this, modular construction will be at the forefront of this change,” says Anderson.
For McAvoy, Pura® NFC proved an “excellent fit” for this modern method of construction. “With its ease of installation and flexibility, we are able to choose to fit the cladding within factory conditions when applicable, or we can install on site
if required,” adds Anderson. By working jointly with Trespa, the Dungannon- based company managed to meet the tight timescales from date of order to deliver of the product.
The Rise SEN School was completed in April 2016. Since then, McAvoy has finished three other modular school buildings clad with Pura® NFC. They are located in Salisbury, Dagenham and Lynch Hill, respectively.