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We supply all the products needed to manufacture relocatable buildings.

Relocatable Buildings

What we do for this industry:  Lavender Composites stocks the materials required to manufacture high-quality, durable relocatable buildings, such as tiny homes, mining accommodation, and mobile medical facilities. The panel products we supply are of the highest quality in Australia. Our range encompasses a variety of panel types, including impact-resistant, ultra-lightweight floor panels and high-gloss, smooth, tough sidewall panels. We can also supply glass-reinforced polymer (GRP) skins and cores to manufacture your own panels or to skin a conventional sidewall frame. These materials are complemented by our range of aluminium and plastic extrusions, fasteners and adhesives.

Being aware of the panels’ strengths and limitations helps us to guide our clients towards the right product for the application. Our Sales Manager Doug McDonald has vast experience in the relocatable building industry and is able to assist in design issues and to optimise the best use of the panels in your application.

Lavender Composites has the ability to supply all the products you need to manufacture your relocatable building. This encompasses CNC-cut panels packed and ordered in assembly sequence.


Holypan – These composite panels are the lightest structural panels on the market and offer an unrivalled level of impact resistance. Available with an automotive 2K paint finish, Holypan panels are ready to assemble into a finished body shell.

PanTec – Also lightweight, these panels provide a smooth gelcoat skin combined with the structural integrity of PP honeycomb cores. PanTec composite panels are widely used for manufacturing the body shell on relocatable buildings and mining accommodation.

ThermoTec – This composite panel product is widely used to manufacture relocatable medical suites and temporary accommodation. ThermoTec panels provide excellent insulation properties suited to the hot Australian climate.

Case Study – Medical Designs

The larger cities in Australia are well equipped to deal with medical emergencies and our ageing population with medical facilities, private and public hospitals, and a bounty of specialist clinics. However, it is not quite the same story in our regional areas.

As our population soars and ages at the same time, so, too, does the need to increase and improve medical facilities. With capital works programs being rolled out in a number of key regional hospitals across the country, now, more than ever, it is important to maintain capacity in these more regional locations.

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