20ft Split Container Office/Welfare
Containers 20 Foot Office Gloucester
This standard converted shipping container in Gloucester features a main office space with a kitchen area and a separate toilet. The container is accessed through a steel vandal resistant single personal door and two double glazed shutter windows provide natural illumination and ventilation.
A wooden partition with a personnel door separates the toilet area, which features a low-level WC, a washing wand basin and a water heater. The kitchenette with an 8ft worktop, sink, taps and an under-sink cupboard is placed against the wooden wall.
The container walls are insulated and lined throughout using 3mm vinyl faced ply “Wilkins White” on 25mm PIR walls and 50mm PIR ceiling. The floor is covered by non-slip vinyl.
This conversion also features a UK certified electrical installation fitted throughout with an external 220-240V single phase inlet and an internal distribution board, two ceiling battens for illumination, two switched sockets and a wall-mounted convector heater.
20ft Office with Kitchen & ToiletShipping Container
CAD Drawing of 20Ft Office Toliet & Kitchen Conversion
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