These two 20’ containers have been modified into temporary shelters, to keep patrons out of the weather at SeaWorld Helicopters.
Two control rooms for Redpath Mining built from new 20′ high cube containers. The modifications include double sliding doors and windows in the container’s doors, which are still operational. The interior fit out includes insolation, a small kitchenette, and workstation.
Plenty of modifications undertaken and accessories fitted in this conversion into a real estate office.
This insulated container has been modified to include lighting, a small window and door.
These 20′ containers have been painted with one side wall removed.
This purple custom paint job is sure to turn heads.
20’ Mobile workshop heading to PNG as part of a local community project – unit fully kitted out with own generator and compressor.
Built for a show society just outside Longreach. Four separate rooms each with a toilet and shower.
This is a 20′ container that will be used to test motorcycle performance.
This is a 40′ container with a set of container doors fitted to one side.
These two 40′ containers with cut outs for windows and doors will be used for housing with the customer completing the final fit out themselves.
This 20ft shipping container was converted into a workshop with additional container doors on the side.
This 40ft shipping container was converted into a Hair Salon.
New 20′ high cube, fully insulated and lined, 2 x windows with security screens, personal access door and a box AC unit. This modified container is heading to FNQ and will be used by the SES.
New 40′ high cube container with doors both ends. Full electrical fit out, plus work bench and shelving. Roof cut outs framed for the fitting of whirly birds on site and industrial flooring also installed.
This shipping container cafe was custom-built for a school in Caloundra. They have their own bee hives and will be selling honey from the cafe. The container is insulated, has double entrance doors and a servery. It’s also fitted with AC and work stations.