The Evolution is a revolutionary temporary building. Thanks to the ingenious construction system, where the space frame roof structure is built using a hydraulic system, the Evolution can be constructed in no time at all. This means that the Evolution is suitable for both short and long-term use, from a few months to several years. It is available to hire, purchase or lease.

  • Executed in a few days or weeks
  • Operational life of a few months up to 20 years
  • Can be built at any location
  • Fully insulated
  • Modular: Flexible dimensions and design
  • Sustainable: Fully demountable and reusable
  • Appearance and qualities of a permanent building
  • Turnkey solutions from concept and execution to handover
  • Available to hire, lease or purchase
Semi-permanent and reusable building

Semi-permanent and reusable building

After the desired period of use, the demountable semi-permanent Evolution can be fully demounted and reused. This makes it both flexible and sustainable.

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The Evolution is a modular semi-permanent structure with an extremely fast construction time. With a free span, the building has a maximum width of 60 metres. The building length can be extended without limit, in modules of 5 metres. The height is also variable from 5 metres up to 13 metres, completely tailored to your requirements. There is also the option of intermediate floors, space partitions and the integration of any fittings, such as automatic doors, rolling doors and climate control, etc.

Any application is possible from a temporary shop to a semi-permanent sports hall, a temporary airport terminal or semi-permanent warehouse. For more information contact one of our advisors for customised advice.



  Type Material Thickness R Value Span
A Floor Laminate wood 160 mm. 3,51 m2k/W  
B Walls Aluminium sandwich panels 60 mm. 3,51 m2k/W  
C Roof Aluminium space frame with sandwich panels 60 mm. 3,51 m2k/W Up to 60 metres free
Length increasing with 5-metre compartment units

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