A COMPANY providing portable buildings is bidding for permanent success in 2011.
Meltham-based Eurolink Construction Services is launching a new annual maintenance package for all its recently completed projects across Yorkshire.
The package is designed to keep the buildings looking as good as the day they were installed and help customers avoid high repair costs.
Eurolink Construction Services, based at Link Business Park, Knowle Lane, has been supplying portable temporary and semi-permanent buildings to local authority projects for the past 20 years.
The latest project was for Almondbury Playgroup, which is based at the Almondbury CE Infant and Junior School site at Longcroft.
A spokeswoman for the firm said: The playgroup was struggling with a worn-out building until it applied to Kirklees Council for funding from the Quality and Access Fund, which was available under The Childcare Act 2006, giving local authorities duties to manage local childcare markets.
The playgroup provides care for children aged 2-4 years and has groups in the mornings along with a lunch club.
The new building, supplied and installed by Eurolink Construction Services, is a vast improvement and provides a safe and pleasant atmosphere for the children.
Eurolink is a member of many trade organisations, including CHAS and Constructionline.
Membership ensures that the company supports strict health and safety procedures. Eurolink also has a commitment to providing quality assurance by its achievement of BS ISO 9001.
The firm will also launch a new website at www.eurolink-construction .co.uk