1 Planning

At this stage you have contact with one of Temporent's regional sales managers.

Needs analysis

We go through your needs and requirements together so that we can provide you with as detailed a quotation as possible. We need information about what the plot of land is like where the building with be situated, the rental period, the number of people expected to work/occupy the premises, number of floors, room configuration, etc.

We strongly recommend that you take the opportunity to come along to a reference object to look at different possible solutions in the real world.

The Public Procurement Act

If you work under the Public Procurement Act, it is important that the specifications are designed in a way that is appropriate for the hiring of temporary modular arrangements and are not treated as a construction project.

Orders, building permits and lease agreements

When we have agreed on final drawings and other preferences, you can place your order. The building permit application must be made by the client but Temporent can be of assistance with planning permission drawings and other technical documentation that need to be included in the application. Temporent draw up a lease agreement to be signed by both parties. After a joint kick-off meeting we will set out a timetable and make a start with detailed plans for the commissioning.

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