In an economy where it's important to cut costs and improve efficiency wherever possible, companies and organizations all around the world are turning to shipping container modifications.
If you're in search for a durable, sustainable structure for your specific needs, consider shipping container modifications for your next building project.
In the following guide, we'll help you decide whether custom shipping containers are the right choice for your company.
Why Use Modified Shipping Containers?
We can name a million reasons to use shipping container modifications for a building project. Here are just a few:
Compared to traditional construction, shipping container modifications take significantly less time to build. With a modified shipping container, businesses can get started sooner, reducing the time it takes to see a return on their investment.
Shipping container modifications are perfect for...
Because of their convenient portability, fast build-times, and superior durability, custom shipping containers are perfect for industrial uses. With a quick, easy way to manufacture buildings, industrial companies can reach their goals and raise their bottom line.
They can be modified into...
About a decade ago, several forward-thinking visionaries began stacking modified shipping containers on top of each other to build truly unique apartment buildings.
Now, they're a growing trend in nearly every big city.
Stacked like giant LEGO bricks on top of each other, shipping container developments are hard to miss. Though they catch eyes at first glance, shipping container modifications provide more than aesthetic. Multi-unit shipping container developments are eco-friendly, highly customized, and durable in even the most extreme weather.
Shipping container modifications are completely custom, and nearly all of the design features are up to you. If you'd like to add or modify something that you don't see here, chances are, we can probably do it. Give us a call at (678) 666-3688 for more information!
Shipping containers typically measure eight feet wide and either 8’6” or 9’6” high. A range of lengths are available, but the most common and best-suited for conversion are either 20 or 40 feet long. Within these parameters, the design possibilities of a shipping container conversion are almost limitless. Units can be placed side by side or, because they can withstand over 200,000 pounds of weight, stacked on top of one another to build a larger structure.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia and serving customers throughout the country, BMarko Structures is a leading expert in modular architecture and shipping container modifications.
At BMarko Structures, your satisfaction is our #1 priority. You tell us what you want, and we'll do the rest.