August 31, 2015
BigSteelBox Structures has been modifying shipping containers for years and we've completed and delivered more than 600 projects. With our sophisticated team of designers and builders, we have the skills and specialized expertise to take on large-scale modular building projects for companies around the world.
There are many reasons to choose a steel structure over wood frame, and even more reasons to choose BigSteelBox Structures to create your mobile building. Here are just the Top 5 Reasons to choose steel for a modular building...
July 16, 2015
We recently completed a custom office for the BigSteelBox Lethbridge Store. This unit is extra-wide at 12’ X 20’, which allows for a very spacious interior. This office features 2 workstations, a customer seating area, a washroom with storage closets and a kitchen/coffee room.
June 12, 2015
The Global Petroleum Show (GPS) was held from June 9-11, 2015, at Stampede Park in Calgary, AB, and BigSteelBox Structures was there!
Last time we were at the GPS, we showcased the “World’s Largest Lunch Box”, which was a mobile kitchen and lunchroom built from an oversized (14 feet wide X 28 feet long) shipping container. This year we made an even bigger splash by displaying two completed units AND the "World's Biggest Oil Worker", who was nearly 54' tall and constructed from 16 BigSteelBoxes!
May 15, 2015
Our latest custom washroom unit was constructed extra wide at 12' X 40' for use on an oil and gas worksite. It is split into 2 rooms, a men's and a women's washroom.
The men’s washroom features 4 washroom stalls, 4 shower stalls and 3 stainless steel sinks and backsplash.
The women’s washroom features one stall, a sink and a shower.
March 20, 2015
We recently completed a very unique 8’ X 40’ turnstyle unit for a customer in the Alberta oil and gas industry.
This company needed a solution that would serve as an entry point for employees to access a secure worksite area. This turnstyle needed to be robust enough to stand up to a harsh northern Alberta climate, as well as the wear and tear that is inevitable on an oil field job site. It also had to function safely and efficiently for the employees who would use it.