Multiple Unit Modifications

For projects that require more space than a single container allows, Container Storage has pioneered the use of multiple containers joined in a variety of configurations to meet customer needs. These projects vary greatly in their complexity. Some units are basic shells that our clients can complete with their own resources. Other units are completely turnkey solutions. Containers may be used side by side, end to end or stacked. The possibilities are nearly endless.

Various Configurations

There are many ways in which ISO containers can be configured to meet either simple storage or complex situational needs. Here are some examples of various designs.

Warehouse, Production & Training Facilities

Here is a diverse assortment of container projects that have been designed to provide warehouse space, specialty production units and training facilities. Some of these units are joined side by side while others are arranged around a common open area. All provide efficient and economical solutions to specific problems.

Offices, Classrooms & Residential Projects

When a single container does not provide enough space for the requirements, two or more containers can be joined to provide a much better environment at an economical cost. Common configurations include 20’ x 16’ (320 sq. ft.) 40’ x 16’ (640 sq. ft.) and 40’ x 24’ (960 sq. ft.) but many other configurations are possible. These units tend to be permanent in nature, although they can be relocated.

Windows, doors, air conditioning, and Kitchen & bathrooms may also be added.

Scientific, Technical & Large Scale Projects

With over 35 years in business, Container Storage is THE go-to company for large scale container projects and highly technical container conversions. Our past list of such projects includes a 3200 sq. ft. two story office warehouse; a mobile, solar powered entertainment unit; a three-level containerized ship simulator; a RF shielded test facility; a shipboard lab; portable telehealth clinics; and a mobile, satellite control center. Yes, it seems that means what we do here could be considered “rocket science!”