Anti-Vandal 32ft x 10ft cabin to act as a reception on a camp site in South Wales. This particular client wanted a unit to use as a general reception a place where guest check into the campsite and find out information. Inside they wanted the unit dividing by a counter one side for guest and one for staff, this counter had a fold up hatch. The staff side had another room with a kitchen so they could take breaks and make a drink etc. They also wanted a W/C for guest to use but partitioned of from the rest of the unit which had its own steel personnel door. The unit was made from flat panel steel and steel section framework. It was fully lined in MFC boards and insulated in Rockwool as well as electrics throughout including lighting, heating and socket outlets and with electric water heaters allowing for hot water in the kitchen and W/C. The cabin had 3 UPVC windows in steel security shutters and a UPVC patio door which an electric roller shutter could close over giving the unit protection at night and in the winter when the site was closed. One worry the customer had was if all the rooms and all the items they wanted would fit into the unit, so our Universal CAD team created a to scale drawing to show room sizes and space left after everything was in. We offer this service for most project orders if they need it just to insure we and the customer have an agreed layout and they know how the unit will look once complete.


Container Conversion Specification:

  • 32×10 flat panel unit
  • Lined and insulated with MFC and 50mm Rock wool
  • 2 Partitions (one with internal wooden door)
  • 1 Kirncroft personnel door
  • Double fully glazed UPVC doors with electric roller shutter (mounted outside of unit)
  • 3 UPVC windows with shutters
  • 1 W/C (with Toilet and basin)
  • 1 Sink and base unit
  • 1 counter with lifting hatch

Electrics which include;

  • 5 LED strip lights
  • 1 2D Light
  • 8 Double sockets
  • 2 Convector heaters
  • 1 Downflow heater
  • 1 Water Heater in WC
  • 1 Under sink water heater in kitchen
  • Consumer Unit and Isolator

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