Speedspace has been incredibly busy in the past two weeks, preparing mobile quarantine and isolation units to help the South African government to deal with the coronavirus pandemic that has swept across the world.
A total of 37 custom-built mobile quarantine and isolation units have been designed and constructed for the Department of Correctional Services with deliveries across South Africa in cities including Bloemfontein, PE, Queenstown, Upington, Vereeniging, Modimolle and Polokwane.
The total square meters supplied is 1700sqm, which equates to 168 rooms. The mobile parkhome type units are 12m x 3m, fully insulated, fitted with basic electrical fittings and burglar-proofed aluminium windows.
Our wide-ranging expertise and experience in producing exceptional space management solutions have made us the standout leaders in this field.
At every site where our mobile quarantine and isolation units have been delivered, we were also entrusted with providing the electrical and plumbing reticulation to the mobile units.
Speedspace managed to get this all done in a very short space of time — after beginning work on 25 March, all the units were delivered by 8 April.
This speedy delivery was secured with an understanding of the urgency of the situation, responding accordingly to ensure that South Africans could be protected from the COVID-19 virus with world-class isolation units, assisting with efforts to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in South Africa.