Kitchens & Lunch Rooms

It's easy to make a home cooked meal away from home, when you have a kitchen from BigSteelBox Structures.

After a good night's sleep, there's probably nothing more important to someone working in a remote area than good hardy meals. Workers expect a little more these days, and we're happy to help create comfortable lunch rooms where employees can get out of the elements and relax over a good meal.

We work closely with our customers to understand their needs so we can design and build a structure that will work for them. Much more secure, durable and sustainable than a trailer, our mobile lunch rooms feature a wide range of finishes and appliance packages. We obviously include the basics like a fridge, stove, microwave, sink and heating and cooling, but we can also source and install anything else that will help make the kitchen more functional.

Our lunchrooms are designed for comfort and built to move with the work site.

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“BigSteelBox Structures met all the requirements we had. As container unit specialists, they worked closely with us to design our custom Boxes, adding valuable input. We're more than satisfied with the product and service we received and will continue to do business with them in the future. ”

-C.E.T., Peter Kiewit Infrastructure

Residential Moving & Storage

Bigsteelbox-moving_170X100.jpgBigSteelBox makes residential moving and storage simple.

We deliver a BigSteelBox to your home, you pack it at your own pace, then we pick it up and move it to your new home. If you need storage, keep the Box at your place or we'll store it at one of our secure locations.

Benefits of Building with Steel

BigSteeBox-20ft-office-Ex_170X100.jpgFor mobile structures on remote worksites, building with steel makes sense when compared to wood-frame construction.

BigSteelBoxes are built for ocean shipping and withstanding the elements, so they're much more solid, durable and stackable than trailers.

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