Lifting a building
When a building is to be lifted, a continuous steel foundation around the perimeter of the structure is essential. This can be an angle or U-channel for small units or I-beams for larger structures. Buildings can be lifted using the correct sling arrangement and lifting beam. Normally, four modules can be lifted using a six-legged sling without the need for a lifting beam.
Buildings on wheels
Rubb buildings can be fitted with wheels using a continuous steel foundation. The larger structures are fitted with wheels and run on rails. Smaller shelters can be fitted with rubber tyred wheels.
Find out more by discovering the Rubb BLE structure type.