Falcon has repurposed shipping containers for commercial customers that required deployable container housing. Because the shell of the house is an ISO shipping container, the containerized housing units were highly secure and transportable through standard intermodal means. Very little field construction was needed, minimizing the hassles of remote setup.
Offshore container housing - Whether it is an oil or natural gas rig, or a ship requiring additional crew quarters, Falcon can build the container house to US Coast Guard offshore specifications. The housing unit is then transported to the site and easily installed by hooking up to the ship's power and utilities. See more on this case study >>
Work camps - Work camps in remote locations such as drilling sites and mining areas present a host of logistical challenges. Falcon can construct containerized work camps with various configurations and functions. For example, on larger work camps, 40' containers can be repurposed into dedicated sleeping quarters, sleeping up to 16 crew members; other units can then be dedicated shower and restroom facilities. Because it is containerized, shipping can be done through common carriers, offloading with standard cranes, and setup complete with minimal construction.
Portable container housing -Sometimes the reason to go with containerized housing is the portability factor. In scenarios where the housing needs to move from location to location, shipping containers are the ideal solution because of the ability to move the containers and to quickly setup the containers. See more on this case study >>
Containerized Housing Units - Outfitted specifically for the military, Containerized Housing Units (CHUs) provide an ideal solution for housing soldiers. The shipping container shell is more secure than a tent based housing unit, and can be quickly moved and set up. Containerized Housing Units also have a longer life, lowering the overall cost of ownership over time.