Container for modular construction.
Modular containers can be used for a large variety of projects.
Flexible modular construction for residence and housing
DC-Supply A/S – Danish Container Supply has delivered accommodation solutions based on modular construction for many purposes, for example a homeless shelter in Nuuk in Greenland and an oil drilling project in Uganda. Neither the weather nor the geography puts an end to the use!
In Greenland we have delivered several residential and accommodation solutions based on modular construction. As the aforementioned hostel in Nuuk, where three 20-ft High Cube containers and six 40-foot High Cube containers are connected in series to a single unit. In Nuuk, we have also delivered a resettlement center with space and facilities for 36 people.
In addition, we have a ready-made concept for student housing. Here, the modular building is based on a mobile container solution for temporary set-up. Mobile solutions offer great flexibility, as the homes can easily be moved in case the areas have to be laid out for other purposes.
Container modules for all types of accommodation
Our flexible accommodation options have all the necessary facilities such as toilet, bath, kitchen and living room. The individual solution can be set up according to specific wishes and needs.
Modular construction with container modules from DC-Supply A/S provides an efficient and inexpensive solution when a need for turnkey, quality accommodation arises. We offer solutions for buying and renting standard modules at DC-Supply A/S, and they can all be assembled as needed.
Other accommodation containers from DC-Supply A/S:
DC-Supply A/S delivered a complete specialised solution, ready for the custom installation needed in Greenland, to be set up in Ilulissat for Avannaata Municipality.
Customisable container student housing by DC-Supply
The shelter is intended for people without homes, who need be housed on a day-to-day basis.
40ft High Cube container custom-fitted with staff facilities and laboratory – delivered to the Faroe Islands.