Simon Elliott

Net Zero Solutions Lead
Premier Modular

Subject: A Case Study on TEDI-London’s temporary home in Canada Water

Simon has over 37 years' experience working within the modular industry, the past 21 years having been with Premier Modular Ltd. His knowledge, wealth of experience and passion is brought to the client ensuring each design provides the best solution to their exacting requirements.

Simon's design experience is also complemented by his experience in other disciplines from time spent working on the factory floor, through estimating to site management. Whether it be from small projects to multi million pound projects he uses his extensive knowledge in his design solutions.

During his career with Premier Modular Ltd he created a new modular system – the Transline Plus. This innovative new system provides a market leading modular system that utilises a range of nine pre-configured modules that can be stacked five floors high. The successful nature of this design is evident since starting manufacture in 2017 the Transline Plus fleet now has over 1600 units within the hire fleet.


TEDI, London

This joint presentation between Hawkins\Brown Architects and Premier Modular, describes the context and vision for the temporary Innovation Hub development for British Land in Canada Water. The presentation will also use the first phase of development, which houses TEDI-London, as a case study in utilising standardised modular construction to provide sustainable and flexible, high quality teaching and workspaces.

TEDI‑London is a new higher education provider co-founded by Arizona State University, King's College London and UNSW Sydney. TEDI-London's transformative engineering education approach delivers project-based learning in partnership with industry, with the aim of producing job-ready graduates. The new 12,000 sqft TEDI-London building designed specifically for them, supports their vision to provide:

  • 3 large flexible teaching spaces and a makerspace for students to learn, design and create together
  • A double height flexible exhibition, seminar, and student café space that links the teaching spaces together
  • A student common room on the second floor, with support spaces opening out onto a large external roof terrace, accessible to all. 

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