Belfast International Airport continues to grow its relationship with low cost airline giant EasyJet. The airport announced the addition of three new destinations for Summer 2018, including Naples, Valencia and a very short flight to the Isle of Man.The additional destinations will increase the total number of routes easyJet fly from Belfast International Airport to 31. With this … Continue reading Belfast International Airport continues to grow its relationship
Throughout the UK, from the Port of Tyne to the Port of Tilbury, plans are in place to invest and expand infrastructure and new warehouse space to accommodate growing business to UK shores. Port of Blyth is set to make a £12m investment in new warehouses and port infrastructure after a second consecutive year of … Continue reading UK ports plan to build and expand with investment for the future
Rubb has been quick to react to the ever-changing needs of busy ports, creating a range of storage warehousing structures to suit our clients’ requirements. The benefits of quick storage fabric structures are their relatively affordable cost, quick construction, and their portability – they are easily relocatable and adaptable to accommodate ports' changing needs and … Continue reading Quick storage solutions are the first port of call
Our new video is set to take viewers behind the scenes at the Rubb Group to highlight the design, manufacturing and construction processes that underpin our fabric building solutions. Creative company Studio Wallop has been busy gathering video footage and images over the summer for the new company film for the Rubb Group. Staff and … Continue reading Building the scenes for a new Rubb Group video
The Rubb structure built on the ice cap in Greenland for the National Science Foundation has taken a sled ride to a different location. As previously referenced, the Rubb BVR storage facility, known as the Summit Mobile Garage, is a 32’ x 97’ heavily insulated building designed and engineered to be moved or, more aptly, … Continue reading A Rubb Arctic adventure on the move…
Rubb’s white translucent PVC cladding allows natural light to illuminate the interior of our buildings, while reducing the heat island effect on the structure. The picture below is an external view of a Rubb fabric building used in some recent infrared tests. It is a 70ft x 80ft x 16.4ft BVE type structure, used as … Continue reading Rubb buildings support energy efficiency
In the spirit of “a picture is worth a thousand words” we can reveal a handful of recently (June 28, 2016) taken photos relating to a new Rubb building project for the National Science Foundation...