Cold Store & Cool Room Construction

Cold storage construction solutions

Are you seeking cost-effective, reliable and practical cool room and cold store constructions for a broad range of construction operations? Then look no further - Onsite Solutions are here for all of your cold storage constructions including, warehouse & distribution centres, prefabricated cool rooms, temperature controlled storage and cold storage parts.

The team at Onsite Solutions are also proud to offer you unparalleled independent advice, efficient and reliable construction solutions – as well as the ability to work cohesively with other trades (such as builders, refrigeration mechanics and, electricians) to provide you with reliable, scheduled and unique cool room and cold store constructions.

Your cool room space is our cool room space, and we provide you only the best solutions. Our team also aim to ensure a vapour barrier to stope harmful external airflows, leading edge technical details with the folding of panels and hidden fixings, and the ability to provide you with solutions to any of your cool room and cold store applications.

Construction Elucidation

And, no matter the size of your project, our construction team can build on site any shape or size of cool room or cold store facility, tailored to suit your construction needs, indoors or outdoors, in client specified colours, providing you with dependable usage for many years to come.

Whether you require constructions for food storage, medical applications, portable chillers, glass-display units, or any other cool room applications come and speak to the team at Onsite Solutions.

Cool Room Operation

At Onsite Solutions, our construction team bring you a process designed to serve what's best for you construction operation. Your cold storage design to construction process generally pertains this format:

Stage 1: Site inspection, view architectural plans (this doesn’t have to be professionally drawn, but can be drawn on the back of a cigarette packet/serviette).

Stage 2: Design - asking for purpose, space available, size, R value, type of insulation, whether there are fire rated requirements, and what sort of traffic – vehicle, forklift, pedestrian.

Stage 3: Provide a shop drawing to gauge what the construction will look like.

Stage 4: Provide quote/tender/price, based on the design.

Stage 5: Acceptance of the tender/quote

Stage 6: Order materials, delivery of materials, crane hire if required.

Stage 7: Set out room, working with project manager

Stage 8: Installation.

Stage 9: After sale service - maintenance and regular repairs