Containerised Engineering Workshop for a Naval Dockyard


Mobile Workshop


Large Multinational Engineering Group

Container Specifications

  • 1 x new 40ft ISO container
  • Combined Floor area: 30 sq meters


  • Overlaid Streteel Checker plate floor.
  • High security steel personnel doors with viewing windows and emergency push bar escape mechanisms x 2
  • Wall mounted Fan Heaters x 2
  • Extraction fans
  • Heavy duty steel Work Benches with hard wood tops x 2
  • Pillar drill x 1
  • 30 tonne hydraulic press x 1
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  • Bench mounted Grinder x 1
  • Welding bench with an adjustable fume extractor arm
  • Tool Cabinets x 10
  • Louvered ventilators x 1
  • Safety signage include Fire Board
  • Certified Electrics:
  • Fit certified Electrics as per drawings to include:
    • 4 inch square galvanized trunking, feeding off with galvanized steel conduit
    • low smoke cabling and wiring
    • lockable isolators
    • 1x 3 phase board complete with mcbos
    • 1 x 110 volt transformer
    • 1 x 3 phrase plug socket
    • 1 x black heater
    • 1 x extraction fan
    • 1 x external isolator
    • 3 x 110 volt double sockets
    • 2 x emergency lights over doors
    • 6 x Strip Lights
    • 2 x Rotary switches for bench tools
    • NICEIC Test Certificate
    • (extraction fans and black heaters, and lights will have fused switches and isolation switches where appropriate, additionally lights will be equipped with impact resistant polycarbonate diffusers)
  • Re- sprayed on both interior and exterior using Hempels hi build marine grade paint
  • Workshops re-decaled to correct weights
  • Units were then PURE tested to certify a safe working environment and all racking was tested an issued with SWL (Safe Working Load) certification
  • The Workshop was delivered to our Customer’s site and fully assembled and tested

Our customer who is involved in the servicing and refurbishment of vessels and submarines for the Navy asked us to design and build a mobile containerised workshop for their dockyard. » Read our blog post on this conversion Bringing the Shop to the Ship