Remote Workforce Housing
Temporary Workforce Housing
The modular container buildings are the perfect solution for temporary and permanent workforce accommodations, such as dormitories, bunkhouses, man camps, and wherever you need flexible, functional living spaces.
The modular workforce housing can be scaled to accommodate from 10 to 5,000 people. Public and private contractors deploy them as temporary living quarters on construction, drilling and mining sites, often in remote locations.
WENSTEEL is a turnkey modular building contractor. We specialize in the high-quality design and manufacture of modular buildings and have the knowledge and skills to meet your requirements for space, deadlines, and budget challenges.
All the materials are produced in our factory abiding by the same building codes as traditional buildings. They can be deployed 40% to 50% faster than conventionally built structures and are typically 20% to 40% less expensive.
Modular Workforce Dormitory
Modular living quarters can be mobile or permanent. They can be used for many different purposes; workforce dormitory, man camps, student housing, barracks for the military, and more. This is a very rapid and smart way to expand.
In private industry, modular workforce housings are commonly used for project construction workers and for oilfield and mining “man camps.” The prefabricated buildings are typically equipped with kitchens, dining facilities, bathrooms, and sleeping quarters, gym and can be installed in just weeks at a prepared site to house anywhere from 20 to 5,000 workers.
There are various options for interior design, including doors, windows, floor coverings, heating or air-conditioning, and wall finishes. Modular workforce housing can also be reliably designed to resist wind, snow, and meet increasingly strict code requirements for fire resistance, and structural strength.
Benefits of Modular Workforce Housing
Cost/Time Savings – All the modules are produced in the factory and transported and installed on the construction site. This way reduces the construction costs by 20% to 40% and cuts the construction timeline in half.
Quality Control – The modular workforce housing buildings use high-quality building materials to meet more demanding tolerances and exceed building, safety, and occupancy codes.
Disaster Recovery – Portable modular buildings can be quickly deployed after a fire, flood, earthquake, tornado, or another devastating natural disaster to get businesses up and running as soon as possible.
Long Service Time – The temporary modular workforce housings have a design life of about 15 years.