The shipping container construction process is relatively hassle-free when compared to other development methods. Of course, how complicated your build is will depend on how customized you want your framework to be, how large your project is, and whether your shipping container school will be built from scratch or combined with an already existing structure.
The typical steps for completing a container school build are as follows:
Planning - During this stage, the educational institute will determine the objectives of their container project and finalize an architectural plan for the construction. This is when factors like budget, the scope of the project, and the location of the development are all confirmed.
Container Purchase - In order to ensure that the shipping container classroom will meet the objectives outlined in the planning phase, the client will need to find and purchase the best available classroom containers. There are many factors that will influence this decision, including the cost per container, available features (air conditioning, built-in lighting, etc.), weather resistance, and security.
Foundation Laying - It is a common misconception that shipping containers can be delivered to a location as-is without the need for an understructure. Whenever shipping container schools are built, it is reasonable to assume they will remain in use for at least a few months, if not years, and any long-term structure that is going to be occupied regularly requires a foundation that can bear the weight of the construction. If an inadequate foundation is laid, a shipping container school could topple over, develop uneven floors, and even sink into the earth beneath it.
Customization - fter a solid, dependable foundation has been established for the shipping container school, it’s time to put the containers in place and weld them together. This is also when any modifications are made. From adding windows to fiberglass paneling or extra shelving, this is when the school container is fully transformed into a highly-functional and effective learning space.
Finishing Touches - Once the shipping container school has been tailored to meet the client’s specifications, it is time for electrical and plumbing to be set up, and for last-minute cosmetic features like furniture and paint to be added. These are the last milestones of any shipping container project. Once completed, clients can begin using their new shipping container classrooms.
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