October 2021

How To Install A Modular Building

2021-10-13T15:44:59+01:00October 13th, 2021|Categories: Case Studies, Company News, Education Services, Modular Buildings, Prefabricated Buildings|

Here's how to install a modular building. See a day in the life of our installations team, how we installed a new multi-use modular classroom at a school in Peterborough.

February 2019

October 2018

Recent completion of 2 storey modular extension

2019-02-17T18:14:18+00:00October 29th, 2018|Categories: Modular Buildings|Tags: , |

MPH have recently completed a 2 storey modular extension. With a school growing in capacity, a larger dining hall was required to cater for increased pupil numbers at meal times. In addition the extra space is planned to provide flexibility and additional teaching facilities. Original plans were for a single storey traditional built hall extension [...]

October 2017

Improving and Extending Modular Classroom

2020-04-22T13:12:24+01:00October 11th, 2017|Categories: Modular Buildings|Tags: , |

MPH Building Systems have recently completed the extension and refurbishment of an existing modular classroom. The school was growing from a one-form to a two-form entry school and one effective way of gaining additional classroom space was remodelling and extending the existing modular classroom. MPH Building Systems demonstrated the flexibility of modular buildings and that [...]

May 2017

The Barn

2017-05-31T08:36:34+01:00May 8th, 2017|Categories: Modular Buildings|Tags: , , |

MPH Building Systems have recently completed another bespoke education building. The bespoke design included exterior cedar cladding and an insulated thermal cladding system to give the building a more traditional appearance. Architects are increasingly specifying timber as a preferred cladding system due to its durability and sustainability as a building product. The internal [...]

April 2017

MPH Go Green

2017-05-05T12:03:32+01:00April 20th, 2017|Categories: Modular Buildings|Tags: , , |

As part of MPH’s ongoing Research and Development, we have installed our first green roof on a recently completed education project. Green roofs, often referred to as sedum roofs, can be tailored to meet project specific planning conditions and offer many environmental benefits. Requiring minimal maintenance, green roof technology serves as a sustainable urban drainage [...]

Supply, delivery and installation of a new pre-school

2017-05-05T12:03:33+01:00April 12th, 2017|Categories: Modular Buildings|Tags: , , |

MPH have just completed the supply, delivery and installation of a new pre-school. The full turnkey package also included site management, portable roads to create segregated access,  foundations, site services, below ground drainage and landscaping. The modular  facility included a covered external decked play area, internal play areas, wet activity space, office space and toilets. [...]

October 2015

Prefabricated modular buildings

2017-05-05T12:03:35+01:00October 29th, 2015|Categories: Modular Buildings, Offsite Modular Construction|Tags: , |

A construction project in Norway using prefabricated modular buildings caught our eye – and gave us an idea for our next holiday destination! The new adventure and exploration resort by architect Snorre Stinessen on Manshausen Island off the coast of Northern Norway features prefabricated portable cabins, cantilevered over the coastline. Offsite modular [...]

May 2012

New Modular Building – Browning House – Lovely Jubilee

2017-05-05T12:04:57+01:00May 10th, 2012|Categories: Completed Projects, Modular Buildings|Tags: , |

New Modular Building formal opening by HRH Princess Anne at Browning House Jubilee Centre As the Queen presided over the State Opening of Parliament today, we reflect on a royal occasion in the MPH calendar as we recently attended the formal opening of our new modular buildings by HRH Princess Anne at the Browning House [...]

November 2011

Air Permeability in Modular Buildings

2021-09-30T11:14:32+01:00November 14th, 2011|Categories: Environmental Benefits, Financial Savings, Modular Buildings, Technical Corner|Tags: |

Air permeability tests are designed to measure the integrity of a modular building from an air tightness perspective using pressure differentiation techniques. Air leakage typically occurs through gaps and holes in the building fabric and this uncontrolled ventilation affects the building in various ways. By reducing air leakage, buildings can be heated more efficiently to [...]

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