May 23, 2014
After announcing expansion plans into northern BC at the International LNG Conference in Vancouver, BigSteelBox Structures was featured by The Huffington Post in this article: "Luxury Shipping Container Rooms Unveiled For B.C. LNG Workers".
May 21, 2014
BigSteelBox Structures announced today its expansion plans for Northern B.C. to better serve the expanding liquid natural gas (LNG) industry.
President Devon Siebenga made the announcement at the 2014 International LNG in BC Conference in Vancouver where the Kelowna-based company is showcasing their skills in modular living construction and design with a display of the world’s most luxury living quarters – in a 40’ BigSteelBox. “LNG is a generational opportunity that will bring jobs and investment to all corners of British Columbia,” said Premier Christy Clark, who officially opened the conference. “The expansion of BigSteelBox into Northern B.C. is just one example of how businesses in British Columbia – including the Okanagan – will benefit from the economic activity created by a new LNG industry.”
April 8, 2014
One of our latest projects, which we are calling the "next generation of wellsite accommodations", was featured in the April 2014 issue of Oil & Gas Network Magazine, a publication produced by Oil & Gas Network and oilgas.net. Read the complete article...
March 7, 2014
"The Alberta certification of BigSteelBox Structures is an important step as we have now achieved a nationally recognized standard for mobile structures," says Devon Siebenga, BigSteelBox Structures president. “Achieving this certification demonstrates our commitment to provide high quality construction that meets the needs of Alberta’s oil, mining and forestry industries and durable structures strong enough to weather northern field conditions. The certification clearly differentiates BigSteelBox Structures from the manufacturers who are not certified.”
March 7, 2014
March 7, 2014 – Kelowna, BC: Structures, a leading provider of modular workforce accommodation to remote and harsh environments, announced today it has launched Canada’s next generation of wellsite accommodation for the oil and gas industry. Constructed with its own skids, the steel turn-key engineer’s suite is built for quick transport.