Rubb has provided a solution for DMC Mining and their pot ash project in Scarborough.
Two THA structures will be supplied for the project, measuring 8m span x 9m long and 12m span x 18m long. Both buildings include 150 lux lighting, as well as a heating package to maintain an ambient temperature for workers. This is supported by each building’s 50mm Thermohall® insulated cladding, which will make sure the heat is contained for a comfortable working environment.
Each structure is equipped with an electrically operated roller shutter door to the gable. The smaller structure’s measures 2.9m wide by 3.5m high, while the larger structure’s is 4m by 4m. Likewise, both are equipped with a personnel door to the rear gable end.
Both structures will be used as housing for grouting machines.
The structures are required for a pot ash mining operation in Scarborough and are situated in a conservation area managed by North York Moors National Park Authority. Due to this, the buildings have to meet very stringent regulations and standards—such as the dark green colour of the cladding, and the overall size of the buildings—which Rubb confidently oversaw.
Rubb’s handling of this project goes to show the level of professionalism and responsibility which can be expected from the team.
2.9m x 3.5m / 4m x 4m RSD