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The third largest energy company in North America, Kinder Morgan, needed to create ground level office and storage locations in remote areas of Texas for three different oil-drilling locations. These structures needed to include bathroom facilities and moisture control.
Each of the oilfield locations received three modified shipping container structures: one 40-foot Falcon office box with restroom facilities and two 20-foot storage containers to be used as tool sheds. To create the field office, Falcon Structures started with a 40-foot open container office and added a bathroom with an additional personnel door. We also retained the standard cargo doors for easy furnishing.
Because the storage containers didn't require a full climate control system, we selected insulation for the walls and flooring that would cost-effectively control moisture. Falcon Structures also lined the walls with plywood so workers could install hanging fixtures for tools.
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