These Australian designed prefab container houses are called Podd by the makers. They are designed to meet coding requirements and have a modern design inside and out.
Their website says that they have an estimated 5 hour construction time, which is very impressive. They use hydraulic lifts to raise the roof to save time.
The design is being targeted to mining companies to help with employee moral!
The houses are made using shipping containers. The additional walls, ceilings, and floor structure are constructed using Austral exflam sandwich panel composite.
Check it out.
Photo Credits: Podd.com.au
For more information, photos, and contact information visit them at their website.
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