Features & Benefits

  • Its takes over 8000kwh to make a shipping container and only 400kwh to upcycle to a modular unit. There are over 24 million unused shipping containers around the globe.

  • Modular buildings from containers are around 30% less expensive to construct than comparable conventionally build classrooms

  • Shipping containers are, in many ways, an ideal building material by virtue of their primary intended use. They are designed to resist extremely harsh environments, corrosion resistant, and meet or exceed structural safety codes.

  • Around the world there are reported to be approximately 24 million unused shipping containers which quite simply means there is abundance of available base inventory.

  • Controlling costs and adhering to budgets is vital. By using our modular container systems we avoid the common problems and uncertainties normally encountered with traditional builds.

  • Unfortunately, today vandalism and damage to buildings has to be considered. There is nothing more secure than a shipping container when it comes to security.

  • There is literally nothing we cannot do to make your container structure blend in with dozens of different exterior cladding options.

  • Whatever configuration you are looking for is possible from simple side by side to multi-level configurations.

  • Combining shipping container modules with existing buildings is not a problem.

  • Shipping container provide modular elements that can be combined into an infinite range of larger structures. This simplifies not only design and planning but also transport, as they are already designed to interlock for ease of mobility during transportation.

  • With around 70% of fabrication being completed offsite before being delivered to site build times can be reduced by around 40% when compared to traditional building methods.

  • Pre-fabricated modules & units are designed for shipping and can easily transported by ship, truck or rail because they already conform to standard shipping sizes. In many cases exterior cladding for the final finish is shipped inside the container for final erection and completion on site.

  • Shipping container provide modular elements that can be combined into an infinite range of larger structures. This simplifies not only design and planning but also transport, as they are already designed to interlock for ease of mobility during transportation.

  • Using containers, we are able to encompass a wide range of sustainable features into our designs such as solar energy, bio mass fuel or green roofs.

  • Again, with most of the fabrication and build being done of site we can work to strict timetables. Projects can be completed onsite at convenient times to the client causing minimal disruption to existing operations.

  • Unlike fixed traditional buildings, a container-based building is relatively easy to relocate should the need arise.

  • One shouldn’t assume that a container-based building will be just a square box. We can create any type of look you wish including pitched roofs should you require them.

  • We offer folding doors, standard windows, and port holes, amongst many other glazing options to suit your needs.

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