QUICKBLOCK

Rapid Assembly Modular Building System and Force Protection Solutions

United Kingdom
QUICKBLOCK
Rapid Assembly Modular Building System and Force Protection Solutions
16 Royal Crescent Regional offices
0141 478 0365

QUICKBLOCK Defence provides a modular interlocking building system for rapid-assembly structures for military and defence operations.

With additional ballistic protection incorporated into each block, QUICKBLOCK Defence is suitable for rapidly deployed temporary structures or for longer-term semi-permanent infrastructure solutions.

Our product has been developed in partnership with the UK Ministry of Defence specifically to protect troops in an operational environment.

Key Features and Benefits:

Rapid Assembly

Our rapidly deployed temporary structures can be built in a matter of minutes, requiring no special skills, tools or additional materials.

Reusable

Adaptable for multiple solutions, QUICKBLOCK structures can be dismantled and the blocks reused to build something completely different.

Durable

Our large building blocks are strong and robust, and can be used either as they come or infilled for additional strength and stability.

Transportable

A lightweight alternative to traditional materials, over 300 blocks can be flat-packed onto a NATO pallet and transported and deployed with ease.

Sustainable

QUICKBLOCK offers a sustainable approach by using 100% recycled polypropylene.

Weatherproof

The blocks are waterproof, UV protected and easily cleaned, making them suitable for year-round outdoor use.

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Typical applications:

  • Temporary infrastructure
  • Field accommodation
  • Operational bases and shelters
  • Military training and Fighting in Built Up Areas (FIBUA) solutions
  • Disaster relief shelters
  • Vehicle check points and sangars
  • Flexible for protection measures
  • Retaining walls and revetements
Regional Offices & Locations
QUICKBLOCK United Kingdom 16 Royal Crescent 0141 478 0365 [email protected] Send Message Website

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