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Parkhome Modular Units

Modular and Pre-Fabricated Buildings

31 Gillitts Road,
Gillitts Road Industrial Park,
South Africa

31 Gillitts Road,
Gillitts Road Industrial Park,
South Africa

Modular building

Parkhome Modular Units specialises in the manufacture of high-quality park homes and insulated structures (modular buildings / prefabricated buildings) for healthcare and education areas, office spaces, accommodation, washrooms and other industrial applications.

Flame-retardant modular buildings for the mining industry

Parkhome Modular Units uses only the best quality materials during the manufacture and assembly processes to create buildings with a low level of maintenance and an extended useful life.

The company’s standard panels are made using flame-retardant grade EPS with pre-painted Aluzinc® coated steel skins, which offer a superior corrosion-resistance over standard galvanised skin.

Parkhome Modular Units also produces customised solutions and offers various insulating cores, including polyurethane (PU), polyisocyanurate (PIR), Rockwool and Polyphen®, along with other skin options from oak to stainless-steel.

Mine site accommodation camps

Parkhome Modular Units erects low-cost labour camp units and hostels, up to mid-level and senior management units complete with washrooms and all required amenities.

The company also has a library of standard designs that can be manufactured and assembled within tight lead times. This in addition to partnerships with key service providers, such as facility management services and civil services, enables us to offer full turnkey solutions.

Economical healthcare units and clinics

Parkhome Modular Units have developed a full range of solutions to cater for the increased healthcare needs in Africa, which include specialist anti-retroviral clinics, TB wards, eye clinics, general wards and crisis centres.

Modular buildings offer quick, affordable and long-lasting solutions that can meet the demand in this sector, especially in outlying and difficult locations throughout Southern Africa.

Relocatable site offices

Parkhome Modular Units supplies a comprehensive range of modular office units that can be easily relocated between sites to ensure maximum value. The company also offers a build-onsite solution that can be assembled onto the company’s standard steel chassis’ or an existing or purpose-built concrete slab.

Parkhome also has experience in building double-storey units using a steel portal frame and single open plan units in excess of 12m-wide, and virtually as long as required.

The company provides bespoke finishes and solutions to fully customise a unit to enhance the client’s brand.

Modular classrooms and lecture facilities

Parkhome Modular Units has a wide range of versatile classrooms and lecture rooms designed for educational use, giving educators and learners a comfortable learning environment.

Prefabricated units for remote locations

Modubuild units are extremely versatile, as they can also be fully disassembled and re-erected on a new site ensuring that maximum usage is achieved.

Modubuild is a tailor-made solution generally used in remote locations, particularly on exploration or temporary sites such as mining camps or humanitarian relief organisations.

About Parkhome Modular Units

A division of Southey Holdings (Pty) and supported by one of the largest and most respected privately owned groups in Africa, Parkhome Modular Units benefits from Southey Holdings’ footprint across Southern Africa, which encompasses a broad but complementary range of activities.

Along with the divisional in-house supply chain in Southey Modular and Insulation, Parkhomes delivers on quality and service at a price to suit the client’s budget.

Liqhobong Diamond Mine, Lesotho

The Liqhobong diamond mine, located within the Liqhobong valley in the Maluti mountains, approximately 120km east-northeast (ENE) of Maseru, is owned by Liqhobong Mining Development Company (LMDC), a company owned by Firestone Diamonds (75%) and the Kingdom of Lesotho (25%).

Parkhome Modular Units

31 Gillitts Road

Gillitts Road Industrial Park


South Africa