Sample Layouts For Your Mobile Office

Sample Layouts For Your Mobile Office

shipping container office

If you need to stock your site with mobile offices or you just need one for your backyard, you need a temporary mobile office solution that really works. Mobile office trailers can be a good route to take, but often they aren’t very durable and they have limited layout options. But with shipping container-based offices, these can last upwards of 25 years and come with several versatile layout options.

Here’s how to find out what the ideal container layout is for your needs.

Importance of Mobile Workspaces

With more and more people working from home these days, mobile workspaces have begun to fulfill a large number of functions. Maybe you don’t have the extra space in your home and don’t want any distractions. Maybe you need an office in the middle of a busy construction site. Maybe you need supplemental workspaces to fill in gaps at your office. Whatever the case, it’s important to find the right fit.

There are many reasons why people are choosing shipping container offices over traditional construction. For one, containers are portable, durable, easy to transport, and professional looking. For another, they’re more affordable and quicker to implement on site than ground-up construction.

Because containers are created and assembled offsite, they can easily be modified and brought to wherever you need them. This makes it easy to scale your business while achieving unique goals within your organization.

The modifications out there are endless when it comes to workforce living and beyond. You can incorporate anything from storage space and locker rooms to media rooms and retail spaces.

Options for Mobile Shipping Container Offices

As customer needs have evolved, so too have the approaches of many shipping container providers. Most offer a variety of sizes and designs to accommodate the needs of customers. They can be fully customized to incorporate anything an office needs, from shelving and seating to storage space and restrooms.

Here are some sample mobile office layout options you could choose from:

  1. Open office: This is essentially a blank slate, available in 10-foot, 20-foot, and 40-foot configurations. There are no partition walls.
  2. Open office with half-bathroom: Designed for comfort, this gives you easy access to a restroom while working.
  3. Dual office: Usually available with a 40-foot unit, this gives you two private office spaces within one unit.
  4. Dual office with half-bathroom: You get two office spaces with a restroom located in the middle for quick and simple access by both sides.
  5. Storage and work office: A partition wall separates an office and a storage space next to the other.
  6. Workplace with conference room: This gives you two private offices with a large conference room in the center.
  7. Two-story observation area: Three containers can be stacked to make a two-story office featuring large picture windows where you can easily monitor the grounds below.
  8. Double container: This involves two containers placed side by side with a clear, large opening.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

To get a free quote on the many containers we have for your mobile office, contact us today.



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