Superior Quality Workforce Housing – Building with Steel Makes Sense

Luxury-Living_400-2.jpgBuilding workforce accommodations from BigSteelBoxes just makes sense.

Work camps and remote workforce housing constructed using steel shipping container technology is a more sustainable and durable option, and quite simply, it is a higher quality product that will last much longer.

Building with steel is a better option when you compare it to wood-frame construction and trailers. Unlike traditional wood structures, modified BigSteelBoxes are much stronger, scalable, stackable and tough enough to handle constant movement on worksites.

BigSteelBox Structures can design and construct a mobile building that is customized to meet the needs of your company and job site. Learn more about our wellsite trailers, work camp options and luxury living quarters. We also invite you to read more about the Healthy & Safety and Environment features that you will enjoy when you choose a BigSteelBox Structure.


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Residential Moving & Storage

Bigsteelbox-moving_170X100.jpgBigSteelBox makes residential moving and storage simple.

We deliver a BigSteelBox to your home, you pack it at your own pace, then we pick it up and move it to your new home. If you need storage, keep the Box at your place or we'll store it at one of our secure locations.

Benefits of Building with Steel

BigSteeBox-20ft-office-Ex_170X100.jpgFor mobile structures on remote worksites, building with steel makes sense when compared to wood-frame construction.

BigSteelBoxes are built for ocean shipping and withstanding the elements, so they're much more solid, durable and stackable than trailers.

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