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Reds10: a multidisciplinary construction company, delivering modular buildings, fitouts & furniture for the commercial and education sectors
Formed in 2006, Reds10 are a multi-disciplinary construction company, with a proven track record in delivering temporary modular buildings, fit-outs and furniture for the commercial and education sectors.
Thanks to a senior management team, who originate from a professional consultancy background, Reds10 pride themselves on building long-term relationships with clients by making their vision a reality, whether that be when supplying a turn-key modular solution or fitting out a new office space.
In each of the projects delivered in the last nine years, Reds10 have worked closely with end-users, consultants, architects, main contractors and local authorities, helping the client not only plan what it is they need, but also drawn on their highly skilled team to coordinate each project component consistently, making sure that every project is delivered on time, on budget and to specification.
Proactive and responsive, the team’s combined experience makes them best placed to guide and advise you throughout the life of any project and their professional consultancy-led approach is what gives Reds10 the edge over other suppliers.
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