Partnering with the Department of Public Works (DPW) as a selected preferred supplier in the Western Cape, Kwikspace is assisting DPW to improve school infrastructure with 26 mobile classrooms and two ablution units. Kwikspace is currently involved in three task orders as part of its ongoing commitment to safe education.
The Department of Basic Education has a mandate to eradicate inappropriate structures in schools, specifically unsafe classroom structures and asbestos classrooms. The need for school infrastructure support is overwhelming and Kwikspace takes great pride in being able to provide safe spaces for children to learn and grow.
Kwikspace’s modular prefabricated buildings are as comfortable as traditional buildings and its panels are easily cleaned, hygienic and require low maintenance. High-quality polyurethane injected panels provide excellent thermal insulation and noise reduction with a lower carbon footprint – the perfect classroom to foster learning and development. “Our mobile classrooms comfortably accommodate 40 learners and are effective in preventing dust, water and insects, making them an ideal mobile learning environment”, says Mico Botha, Kwikspace Regional Manager, Cape Town.
Soon, learners in Mitchells Plain, Imboniselo, Orchard, Scottsville, Charlton and Sibabalwe will be learning in new, safe modular mobile classrooms and have brand new ablution facilities that are safe, dignified and hygienic.
Lighting, electrical plug points for teaching aids, blackboards and pin boards are supplied standard with all modular school buildings and all the required cabling comes standard with each Kwikspace modular prefabricated classroom and ablution unit. From site preparation to hand-over, Kwikspace’s modular, prefabricated units are rapidly deployed and have a lifespan of up to 30 years.
Kwikspace’s efficiency, quality products and exceptional service make them the preferred supplier for the Department of Public Works in the Western Cape for all their school needs.