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Recently, SPS Technology attended the 2023 Futurebuild expo, meeting mobilisers and influencers in the construction sector. If there’s one thing we learnt from attending the event it’s that the built environment industry is rapidly changing towards promoting and utilising net-zero practices.

And our team is fully on board.

Following the success of the footbridge we delivered with Alloy Fabweld at Canary Wharf, we’re really excited about our upcoming projects together. As a prefabricated modular product, SPS offers better sustainability than traditional materials on so many fronts. And now we have greener UK manufacturing at the AF facility for SPS panels: this is the future. Together we are working to deliver off-site MMC solutions for the construction industry.

David GloveryCEO, SPS Technology

Joining forces for sustainable built environments

During our time at Futurebuild, SPS Technology joined forces with our UK manufacturing partner, Alloy Fabweld Group. We spoke to innovators and forward-thinking professionals about how they can deliver better, more sustainable outcomes for their construction projects.

Wondering how we’re able to offer green, cost-effective prefab solutions to our clients? Check out the video below!

Prefabrication and modular builds with SPS

SPS is a strong, lightweight alternative to stiffened steel and concrete that’s cost-effective, time-saving, and sustainable. This innovative composite system is suitable across various applications including:

  • Bridges: Lighter, high-precision prefabricated components for all your new and reinstatement bridge projects.
  • Buildings: Expedite the construction process with SPS prefabricated modular building solutions.
  • SPS Stadium + Arena System: The intelligent choice for faster, greener, affordable construction
  • Special Applications: Protect with prefabricated strength and high impact resistance.

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