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Container Offices Not Just A Temporary Solution

Wednesday, 29th July 2009
The demand for site cabins and offices has led to many innovative ideas from the portable building industry. Shipping containers make ideal offices as they are strong, easily transported, relatively light and require little in the way of foundations before being dropped in place. Although shipping containers used as portable buildings on construction sites may be a fairly common feature, more and more businesses are now opting to have new headquarters made out of shipping containers in towns and cities. Rather than just a single container office sat on the side of roadworks for example you can now find whole office blocks created from dozens of shipping containers joined and stacked together with staircases and lifts housed inside. Containers as offices fit very well in a port locations, marinas or riverside areas. However they look equally impressive set against an urban backdrop nestled amongst conventional buildings and really stand out from the crowd. With a little imagination interior design can either incorporate some of the existing features as part of the character of the building or be completely changed to mimic that of a conventional building. The modular nature of shipping containers means that the building can grow with your company and extra containers are easily added to suit. Should your business decide to relocate to another area the structure can be dismantled and moved with you.

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