Mobile Kitchens and Lunch Rooms for the Oil & Gas and Mining Industries

We recently completed a custom 10’ X 40’ mobile unit for a mining company in B.C., that included a lunch room, kitchen, office and washroom, all of which was mounted on a step deck trailer to allow for easy transport around their worksites.

The customer also required additional storage space separate from the main unit, so an 8’ container was mounted next to the lunchroom unit for tool and equipment storage.

This unit needed to be self-contained with water, sewage and generator on board. The final product provided a lunch room with seating for 12 people, an enclosed office area, a washroom, and a kitchenette with three microwaves, two refrigerators and a sink for hand washing. Durable products and finishes we’re incorporated throughout the unit to ensure it would stand up to years of use.

Learn more about our mobile kitchens and lunch rooms, offices and other modular buildings products.


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