Cube’s sustainable modular buildings used for event infrastructure at Monaco E-Prix
The Cube International group has continued its great partnership with Formula E, following Cube Management’s appointment to install 65 modular buildings at the Monaco E-Prix. Part of the ABB Formula E World Championships, the units were installed at one of the most iconic venues in global motor sport.
Cube’s projects team prepared the units in Cube International’s new warehouse facility in Worcester, in readiness for the complex install programme which included a 15 bay jointed, two storey configuration of cabins within the world famous Monaco Marina.
The 65 sustainable foldable cabins used at the event were collected two weeks before the event and transported to Monaco on just eight articulated lorries. The efficient nature of transporting Cube’s award-winning Continest foldable buildings selected for this project totally aligns with Formula E’s core principles which focus on sustainable practices and reducing carbon foot print.
Jon Graham, Cube Management’s Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to have expanded our relationship with Formula E, following a most successful initial partnership project at the London race last July. Last year’s build, at ExCeL London, was a complex one, with over 140 cabins installed including a double-stacked race control built in the main hall.
“Our project team and installation crew were exceptional on that project and when the opportunity arose to work with Formula E again, this time in Monaco, it was important that we, once again, were able to offer an unsurpassed service whilst continuing to develop our portfolio. The whole team has worked incredibly hard to ensure our work in Monaco is befitting such an historic venue in motor sport.”
The Monaco E-Prix was held on Saturday 30th April 2022.
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.