Temporary housing – be it for short or long term stay, often require special solutions. It may be that space for setup is at a minimum, or perhaps the facilities have to be established in an inhospitable area with difficult access – maybe there are specific requirements for both interior design and capacity. No matter what – at DC-Supply, we have a solution, the know how and a great deal of experience creating residential containers, be it fixed or mobile applications.
The new info centre will serve as a dynamic communications unit, enabling visitors to follow the large scale port expansion project.
A staircase fitted for our containers is a flexible and secure solution when the containers are stacked.
Oil drilling in Uganda takes place in remote areas where residential facilities are lacking. For several years, Mineral Services has collaborated with DC-Supply for the supply of equipment for local residential camps.
There is no limit to the areas of use when it comes to modular containers
Customisable container student housing by DC-Supply
DC-Supply has delivered a custom container solution for a foot care clinic.
For the 2016 Olympics in Rio, DC-Supply built a 40ft special container for the Danish Sailing Association.
The shelter is intended for people without homes, who need be housed on a day-to-day basis.
The customer needed to create a space with the capacity for fitness equipment. The pavilion had to be located near the school with easy access to the premises.
40 ft recreational container for fish farm The customer raised farmed salmon and needed a recreational facility at their new location in the Faroe Islands. Instead of building a complete structure, a container was used to give them a more flexible and...
In this case our customer was expanding their activities with multiple workstations. For this they needed a solution that could be placed next to the existing office building.
Building contractors need to service around 350 people on a daily basis. This became problematic due to the construction of a new canteen and kitchen building.
DC-Supply designed and delivered many residential, service, and welfare modules for Maersk rigs, such as cable installment and supply ships. All based on 20ft ISO containers specifically designed for shipping.
Total Wind is a company that solves problems worldwide. They were in need of housing for their employees and storage facilities for equipment.
DC-Supply delivered a specially designed 20ft insulated ISO residential container. The result was an accommodation and office container, which was a simple and flexible solution to the lack of space for both short and long periods of time.
Permagreen needed toilet facilities for their construction projects in Greenland. It had to be a practical mobile solution that was also designed to withstand Greenland’s temperature and weather conditions.
DC-Supply’s task, was to provide a residential room with a so-called self-sufficient toilet. It should also be able to keep itself warm, even if the thermometer outside shows negative 45 degrees Celsius.
The assignment was a major refurbishment of the drilling rig, a task that would take between 2-3 months and provide extra work for 600 men.
The Royal Guard’s kitchen and canteen facilities had to be renovated over a period of seven months. There was a need for an effective solution. With the help of DC-Supply, they got a temporary solution which consisted of thirteen 20ft modules combined into one kitchen, containing canteen and storage facilities.
The new funhouse had to be economically sustainable, but also provide the guests with a great experience.
DC-Supply delivered a specially designed dressing room in the form of six 40ft insulated containers with exterior wood cladding.
Mobile classroom based on a Prefab 3x7m container.
DC-Supply delivered nine containers, which were connected in a series to a single unit.
DC-Supply was able to provide a container that is not just a container, but an “H.C. Andersen store,” which was placed on Langelinie quay in Copenhagen.
An entrepreneur needed a long-lasting solution in the form of residencies for his employees when they were on long-term assignments.
Bane Denmark’s responsibilities consist of maintenance, renewal, and expansion of the railway network. For this work, train cars are obviously needed to transport the workers and equipment to the places where the rail network is to be repaired and serviced.
Aalborg Municipality was in charge of renovating Vejgaard School because of mold, which created an immediate shortage of facilities.
7-Eleven had significant challenges in finding a safe and sound solution where a temporary store could be out at night by Nørreport Station in Copenhagen, while being freely available to customers during the day and evening.
Whether your residential container is to be used in Slagelse, Africa or even north of the Arctic Circle, we can tailor a solution for you at our own workshop. We can equip the container with facilities to connect to the existing supply network, for both electricity, water and sewerage – or we can offer self-sufficient solutions with, for example, solar cells, battery and wastewater collection, all solutions that we have previously supplied to both Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
When comfort is paramount, but production schedule time is tight, a viable and stable solution could be a container based modular construction. Here, our flexible housing solutions already have the necessary facilities, such as kitchen, shower and toilet – but can naturally also be built according to your particular specification, wishes and needs. When there is a need for ready-to-live-in quality housing and residence in containers – a modular construction from DC-Supply is an efficient and inexpensive solution, we also offer the possibility of renting instead of buying as an optional solution.
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Our strong experienced team is ready to support and advise you with your next container project. Please get in touch, if you would like to know more.