LONDON E-PRIX 2023
Cube Provides Formula E With Temporary Portable Infrastructure for a Third Consecutive Year
The team at Cube were excited to be back at the ExCel London for a third consecutive year, providing the London E-Prix with a plethora of sustainable modular buildings to be used for an array of different facilities.
In total, Cube supplied more than 85 of its award-winning foldable cabins at this year’s championships, which included the build of a broadcast and medical centre as well as a two-storey race control hub.
Further foldable containers were installed for use as commentary booths, media and editing suites, offices and other admin centres. The team also installed 2 temporary kitchen structures, both with vinyl flooring, in collaboration with West Country Marquees. The kitchens were 12x27m and 9x9m in size, both equipped with running water, waste supply and air conditioning. The team completed the whole installation of all the structures within just five days, using only forklifts and jibs.
Harry Lonsdale, Project Manager for the event, said: “This is our third year working with Formula E now and each time just gets better and better! Everything went very smoothly; the team did a great job, and the client was super happy. We’re looking forward to returning in 2024!”
This year’s race saw Jake Dennis become the 2022/23 ABB FIA Formula E World Drivers’ Champion and took home the trophy for Britain for the first time ever. Jake is the first to take the title on home soil.
Part of the Cube International group, Cube Modular designs and manufactures modular portable buildings and containers of exceptional design, quality and functionality for sports events, venues, stadia and businesses.