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RAF Brize Norton

Oxfordshire, UK

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Rubb has supplied and installed two EFASS buildings for RAF Brize Norton, the UK’s largest RAF station.

The two 25m span x 52m long EFASS buildings were supplied with short notice to the major MoD site in order to store hurricane relief tools and equipment. Rubb fabric tensioned buildings were perfect for the job, due to their adaptability and rapid construction.

The buildings are conveniently connected by three of our newly developed insulated link tunnels, and come complete with specific electrics. Easy access is provided by roller shutter doors to the front, and four MoD standard access doors to the sides. The PVC cladding was delivered in a discreet sand colourway.

The RAF is an integral part of the UK’s international hurricane relief strategy, travelling across the world to provide humanitarian support to those that need it most.  When the Caribbean was devastated by Hurricane Irma in 2017, the RAF worked for more than a month to deliver food, water, medical supplies, and materials, moving 1,500 tonnes of freight in the process.

Rubb is thrilled to have assisted RAF Brize Norton for this worthwhile cause, while demonstrating the speed and quality of Rubb’s engineering and installation.