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Container buildings have been with us for quite some time now.
Shipping container design and shipping container buildings have been on the scene for quite a few years. At most construction sites, for decades, the construction foreman will usually have a small office, on-site, and that office is usually nothing more than a shipping container with a desk and chairs inside of it. There are several reasons for this; container buildings are very easy to move (a large crane or forklift will do the trick), they are reasonable inexpensive, and they can be used over and over again.
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Shipping containers for small business are now the rage.
But it wasn’t until the last ten years or so that developers and architects started looking at container buildings as a viable alternative to standard construction methods. Today we see shipping container office plans, container homes, and really containers used for any sort of building imaginable. Shipping containers for small businesses is a brilliant concept worth considering.
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The reasons are numerous as seen through a developer’s eyes. Containers are already constructed, so they are environmentally-friendly. Because they are already constructed, construction costs are quite low. All that is needed is indoor framing, wiring, plumbing, and interior design, thus saving quite a bit of money in the construction process.
Container buildings have flexibility. Because they are basically an empty shell, they can be anything you want them to be: a warehouse, a shipping container office space, a retail shop, flex space, storage unit, you name it and a container can be it. And if you need more room, containers can easily be added on, doubling or even tripling the size of your business. They were, after all, originally designed for stacking on cargo ships, so connecting them to double your commercial space is a very simple process.
Where can you see container buildings in a business park?
One such place is Box Office Warehouse Suites in Fort Worth, Texas. There you will find thirty-eight businesses using over one-hundred shipping containers in one of the funkiest and most creative business parks you are ever likely to see.
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Box Office Warehouse Suites, where you will find a salon & spa, a bank, and a variety of other commercial businesses, all made from shipping containers, all inexpensive in leasing costs, and all environmentally-friendly. Take a tour of Box Office Warehouse Suites if you have time. You can find a drone tour of the facilities on YouTube. It is well worth a couple minutes to stop by and do so.
About the developer . . . Box Office Warehouse Suites is the child of Ron Sturgeon, local developer and entrepreneur, who owns RDS Real Estate and over one-million square feet of multi-use commercial properties. Locally owned and operated, Box Office Warehouse Suites is at the cutting edge of design innovation and a must-see if you are in the Fort Worth area.