June 12, 2015
The Global Petroleum Show (GPS) recently took over Stampede Park in Calgary, AB, and BigSteelBox Structures was there. The theme of our Booth at GPS was going BIG, which is why we showcased TWO 12' wide units, plus the "BigSteelBox Man"! Standing approximately 54 feet high, the world’s biggest oil worker was constructed of 16 BigSteelBoxes. He took months to design and plan, and in the end, he stood close to the height of a six-storey building.
June 8, 2015
June 9, 2015 – Calgary, AB – BigSteelBox Structures is showcasing the world’s biggest oil worker at the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) in Calgary this week. The structure was designed to symbolize the company going “bigger” with an innovative approach to modular buildings.
Standing approximately 54 feet high, the world’s biggest oil worker is constructed of 16 BigSteelBoxes...
November 19, 2014
We were excited to have an example of a BigSteelBox Structures workforce accommodations on display of the grounds of the B.C. Parliament Buildings in Victoria, BC, earlier this month. BigSteelBox Structures President Devon Siebenga was there along with the mobile living quarters to help raise awareness of the opportunities for B.C. businesses brought by the expanding liquid natural gas (LNG) industry.
November 18, 2014
November 18, 2014 – Victoria: BigSteelBox Structures, a leading provider of steel modular buildings and accommodations, was on the grounds of the B.C. Parliament Buildings today raising awareness of the opportunities for B.C. businesses brought by the expanding liquid natural gas (LNG) industry. Total industry investment into B.C. is estimated to be $175 billion as new LNG plants are constructed between 2015-2024.
June 10, 2014
June 10, 2014 – Calgary, AB: BigSteelBox Structures’ best-in-class mobile wellsite accommodation is improving productivity on oil and gas projects, offering remote accommodations that offer better quality of life for workers.
Worksite labour conditions is the first of the Top 10 areas for improvement to increase productivity identified by University of Calgary professor Dr. George Jergeas, a leading expert in project management.