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6 Advantages of Temporary Structures

Updated: Aug 9, 2023


Permanent and semi-permanent structures can be adapted to different usage profiles, such as space for industrial or production applications, warehouses, workshops, temporary commercial real estate, or even as space solutions for offices and technical facilities. In order to fulfil these applications, New Zealand Temporary Structures can be extensively customised - starting with the size of the floor space, through to the division of the interior, and up to the technical equipment for air conditioning, ventilation and lighting.

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A permanent or semi-permanent structure can have a service life of up to 60 years, and is resistant to environmental influences. These quality features are made possible by the unrivalled use of high-quality materials and state-of-the-art processing methods. German manufactured from HTS RÖDER, these structures can defy cyclones, storm, rain and strong sunlight for extended periods. This also makes these structures the ideal alternative to classic buildings in terms of longevity.


A brick-built commercial property requires a large investment, and is generally not suitable for meeting a temporary commercial space requirement. When the shortage is over, it may mean the brick-built property is no longer needed. The result: the property can remain idle on company premises. In contrast, a temporary structure can be dismantled once the additional space is no longer needed. And if the temporary structure was rented, it can be returned.


The different application scenarios of a temporary structure, such as industrial space, warehouse or workshop, all make special demands on the stability and security of the temporary space solution. Our temporary structures are made of materials which are fire retardant and comply with New Zealand’s strict Work and Safety regulations.


The team at New Zealand Temporary Structures can help with all the necessary requirements to get any legal regulations. The construction of a foundation is - from a technical point of view - not a prerequisite for the use of temporary anchored structures, however, a necessity may arise from local conditions, such as cyclone prone regions, as well as from the requirements of the region’s building authority. The best thing is to talk an NZTS project manager who will help you through the entire process, from concept to completion.


New Zealand Temporary Structures creates the strongest and most durable building solutions and stands by each building with a 10 year warranty on the frame and a 7 year warranty on the covers.

To learn more contact us today.

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