What exactly can you fit inside a 20-foot shipping container? Perhaps more than you’d think. Some people turn their 150 square-feet of floor space into spacious remote offices. Others add two or three work stations to create a space-efficient mobile office. We put together some sample floorplans for small shipping container offices to help you get a sense of the scale and possibilities. It turns out you can do a lot with a little space!Read More
There’s a lot to be said for showing instead of telling when it comes to shipping containers’ potential for businesses. Take a look through this SlideShare to see some notable projects like the temporary village we built for the US Military and equipment enclosures for IT on the go.Read More
More organizations are opting for modified shipping containers for storage, workspace, living space, and equipment enclosures than ever before. But what surprises many first-time Falcon Structures’ customers most is the variety of container modification options we can provide.Read More
While shipping container structures are most renowned for their affordability, mobility and security, if designed correctly, they also provide extremely convenient access to storage, working and living spaces. The shipping container doors play a large role in the functionality of your shipping container space. Let's start with four quick questions to help determine what type of door, or doors, you’ll need on your container.Read More
When you think about restrooms on an industrial jobsite or oil field, the word unsanitary probably comes to mind. Traditional mobile restrooms and porta-potties come up short in cleanliness, not to mention, comfort and accessibility. Fortunately, mobile oilfield restroom buildings or "comfort stations" constructed from modified, steel, Conex, shipping containers overcome these downsides. They can also work wonders for employee morale and improve worksite efficiencies.Read More
For people in remote areas whose job locations can change rapidly, a mobile field office can make work so much more manageable. From a level of convenience, a mobile office allows you to work from the same environment, with the same set-up, wherever you are. From a more logistical standpoint, a mobile office allows you to safely transport all your files and equipment to wherever your current project is located. In industries such as oil, gas and mining, mobile offices are practically a necessity.