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Company profile
Rubb Buildings Ltd
Address:
Dukesway
Team Valley Trading Estate
Gateshead
Tyne and Wear
NE11 0QE
UK
Website: www.rubb.co.uk
Skype: a.knox.rubb
Twitter: @RUBB_BUILDINGS
Facebook: facebook.com/rubb.buildings
Blog: rubbblog.com
 

Indoor football training facility at Sunderland FC


Background briefing
Rubb was founded in 1977 and has a proud history of delivering innovative and quality structures to a wide range of clients. All products are designed and manufactured at Rubb’s UK plant at the Team Valley Trading Estate in Gateshead.

Main products and services
Rubb Buildings Ltd designs and manufactures relocatable, semi-permanent and permanent fabric engineered specialist sports buildings.
The company’s sports structures feature a high strength PVC-coated polyester membrane cladding tensioned over an engineered steel framed system. The benefits of this system include rapid installation, superior structural performance and low life cycle costs.
The custom-design flexibility, speed of on-site construction and cost-effective operation of Rubb sports facilities can help your organisation meet its goals with a competitive edge.

Additional products
Highlights include specialist sports buildings, indoor training facilities, multi sports buildings, sports halls, school sports structures and covered areas for football, tennis, netball and multi use games areas.
Rubb also provides military buildings and structures for other sectors, including aviation, ports, construction, bulk storage and environmental (waste/recycling).

USPs
Cost-effective, large span buildings that will accommodate a wide variety of sports, while meeting the highest of standards with regard to materials used.
Rubb provides custom-designed structures to suit individual sporting requirements. The benefits of our sports buildings include flexibility, rapid design, manufacture and project completion times and low running costs due to the virtually maintenance free nature of the structure and naturally bright interior. These structures generally cost approximately a third of the price paid for equivalent traditional buildings. In addition, all our buildings can be dismantled, sold and reused as required.

Top clients
Sunderland Association Football Club; Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion Football Clubs; Oakmead College of Technology; Magherafelt District Council (Meadowbank Sports Arena); Budehaven Community School; Paignton Community and Sports College; St Mary’s CE Middle School; Blue Flames Leisure Centre; Taunton Vale Sports Club; Soccarena Durham; Stourport Netball Dome; Ipswich Academy; and Mid Ulster Sports Arena.

Where in the world?
The Rubb Group has offices in the UK, USA, Norway, Sweden and Singapore, with manufacturing facilities in the UK, USA and Norway.

Who’s who?
Andy Knox, sales manager; Grant Davidson, sales executive; and Clare Wilson, marketing manager.

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