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Designed to be the ultimate in modular storage the Travelodge Hotel chain is now the owner of the Verbus modular building system. In a joint venture to assemble the building, contractor G&H Group, property developers Jansons Property and Verbus Systems together unveiled the newest innovation in construction technology - a modular hotel, comprising of 307 bedrooms, a new standard in architectural commercial accommodation, situated near London Heathrow.

The G&H Group were directly involved in the development of the fixing mechanism at the heart of the Verbus System. Jansons Property, backed by The William Pears group, are a property investment and development company, their main aims being to maximise land value and to pioneer the modular approach to hotel construction.

The Verbus construction system is a newly developed, patented technology, used to create top quality flexible accommodation solutions at high volume and with a 10% saving against the cost of traditional build. The module system's advantages include being 25% faster to construct and has also been acclaimed by the construction industry as the first major advance in construction design and technology, since the introduction of the steel frame 100 years ago. The buildings are highly economical and extremely robust, the steel modules can be combined to create a variety of shapes with up to a 16-storey height capacity, making the innovative new construction adaptable and customisable.

The Verbus system is an excellent alternative to traditional construction, particularly for the hotel, office and other commercial spaces. Travelodge is the first hotel group worldwide to use the Verbus System. Construction at the Travelodge at 700 Bath Road, London Heathrow is scheduled to complete towards the end of December 2008.

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