- living areas
- recreation areas
Containerized objects are best example of flexibility in using the container modules.
The walls could be insulated either with mineral wool or with PU panels. Insulation thickness depends on climate conditions.
Melamine chipboard or flat steel sheet are used as inner wall cladding of containers.
For containers and objects of higher quality demands inner walls can be executed with gypsum boards. When requsted the objects could be equipped with heating/cooling/ventilation system. All preparation works are done in factory. Due to that, completition time is shorter.
Such environment creates pleasent working and accommodation area with excellent thermal insulation properties.
4-story containerized object consisiting of 620 containers is biggest object delivered so far.
Shopping Box Park
Containerized object – 6 kindergarten in Dresden, 420 pcs container
Containerized object – Kindergarten KITA Bremen consists of 28 pcs container
Apostelgymnasium in Köln – containerized object consists of 26 pcs container; mensa with kitchen and dining room, lounge/classrooms
Containerized object – corridor between the hospital building
Modular building - Olympiapark Munich, Germany
Modular building for police Academy , Dachau, Germany
Containerized object – school, Nürnberg, Germany
Containerized object – offices, Braunschweig, Germany
Containerized object – Philosophikum/Universität zu Köln consists of 225 container units for student lecture rooms, library, offices. Total surfaces area is approximately 3.000 sqm.
Containerized object – “Lebenshilfe” Freising, Germany
Containerized object consists of 223 containers; kindergarten, primary and specialized school. Facility for children with special needs.
Containerized object – school Dorfen, Germany
Containerized object – school
Modular building faculty B.A. Krčelić, Zaprešić
Civil engineering camp Bechtel
Modular building- office
Containerized object – kindergarten
Modular building for research station on Antarctica
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Container modules designed for student rooms