TPA Portable Roadways is one of Europe’s largest suppliers of temporary access solutions. Operating from bases in the UK and Germany, TPA provides equipment rental and installation of portable roadways, walkways and stairways, to customers in the transmission, construction, rail and outdoor events markets.
TPA Rapid Rail Access is firmly established in the rail sector as the principle provider of safe, effective, value for money access systems. Providing nationwide hire of specialist temporary access equipment designed, approved and dedicated for use in the rail sector.
TPA Pontoons a market leading provider of modular floating pontoons, water diversion equipment and safety boats for a diverse range of applications across an array of industry sectors throughout the UK & Europe including: Construction, Marine, Events and Military.
Our various modular solutions can be used to create single or multiple stage pontoons, which can provide large-scale bridges, walkways and lighting platforms for various applications.
The most common applications for stage pontoons are floating footpaths and temporary bridges, which can be navigated by both pedestrians and machinery.
Not all materials are capable of carrying the same loads, which is why our stage pontoons are available in plastic and steel to meet the widest possible range of leads.
The modular nature of our plastic and steel pontoons means that they’re incredibly quick and easy to assemble, while our use of advanced pin and nut moulds has added an extra tonne in loading capacity.
The advancements in pin and nut moulds has dramatically improved our Versadock Modular Plastic Pontoons, while we offer alternative products such as water gates and SpeedyDams (for quicker installations in challenging locations).
The hire process often involves us organising an on-site visit and providing a bespoke quote, but this all starts when you give us a call on 0870 240 2381 to initially discuss your project.
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