Container Conversions

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Shipping containers are very strong, robust, highly secure and affordable. They are produced in their millions and are designed to carry up to 30 tonnes of cargo whilst stacked 9 high on a ship pitching and rolling at sea. This integral strength, coupled with the fact that they are mass produced means they can be affordably converted to a variety of uses and can provide a solution to various space and storage problems.

Mr Box management has over 30 years of experience advising clients on container conversions. We can convert containers for almost any use by joining them together and modifying them by fitting extra doors, windows, insulation, electricity, air-conditioning units, and many other enhancements. We can also alter the height and length as required.

Past container conversions include: youth clubs; community halls; classrooms; offices; sleeping quarters; canteens; art galleries; bars; games rooms; bike stores; workshops; changing rooms; toilet and shower blocks; a judge’s box for an equestrian centre; medical and gas storage units; chemical and fuel stores; secure tack rooms; stables; market stalls; mobile body storage units; exhibition stands; and retail units.

The list is continually growing and is only limited by your imagination and budget. Our experienced conversions team can work with you to grow your idea into a design by developing specifications that best suit your requirements and offering CAD layouts of your container, to map out all the features you’ll need. Converting containers is environmentally friendly because the containers have fulfilled their primary role of carrying cargo, and are then adapted for a secondary use. By converting them we are recycling them!

If you have an idea for a special container conversion, call us on 0800 783 9885 and we’ll help you to develop your design from an idea to a reality.

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– Kingston Coffee Box –

Follow the link to see how we converted a standard 20ft ISO shipping container into a coffee shop at the heart of a busy university campus.

» See the case study