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When building in areas with a high building density, a number of problems can arise due to the limited space. Step in our storage containers and accommodation units, that can help to solve some of these problems.

Building on a Gantry

Limited space on the ground can be a big problem when undertaking construction work, particularly in urban areas where there is a lot of traffic or busy roads next to where you’re building. Often, buildings may need scaffolding or a gantry to help complete work on a building.

Initially, you might think that this would stop you from utilising a storage container, which can be very useful for construction. This is not the case though, as due to their design, containers or accommodation units can be crane-lifted onto gantries easily.

Stack Them Up

Due to their versatile nature, accommodation units and containers can be stacked on top of each other, saving on ground space. The design of Mobile Mini’s jackleg units mean they can easily be lifted by cranes and stacked and linked together, two or three units high.