Shanghai container hotel products, from $3599/unit

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail: SEA WORTHY PACKING

Delivery Detail: AS PER OEDER QUANTITY

Specifications

container hotel

1,TUV CE certification

2,fireproof ,waterproof

3,acoustic property

4,easy insulation

Guangzhou RichTown prefabricated container hotel is a modular and knock-down product. It is easy and fast to transport also reduce the transport cost.

1. Bolt connection. It is easy to installation at the site. It takes only 3 hours to finish the installation work for 4 skillful workers with simple tools.

2. Firm and safe. It resists wind of 10/ whole gale, earthquake measuring 8 magnitude. And fireproof degree of protection materials is B2.

3. Convenient package and transportation. They are considered when the house is designed. Either container or flat truck is available for transportation, and it also could be integrated packaging.

4. Waterproof. Roof is designed to be waterproof, and it doesn’t need to deal with water leaking.

5. Water and corrosion proof. Surface of the metal is sprayed after galvanizing.

6. Insulation. the middle material of the protection is polystyrene which is good at heat preservation.

7. Size and arrangement of the house could be changed as costumer’s requirement. Window, door and separation could be rearranged to make full use of space.

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Buford, Wyo. _ population 1 _ heads to auction – Yahoo! News

BUFORD, Wyo. (AP) — What’s advertised as the smallest town in the United States is scheduled to go up for auction next month.

Buford, located between Cheyenne and Laramie in southeast Wyoming, is famous for having just one inhabitant, Don Sammons.

Sammons plans to retire from managing his businesses at Buford and move on. The auction is set for noon on April 5.

Buford traces its origins the 1860s and the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad and had as many as 2,000 residents before the railroad was rerouted.

Sammons and his family moved from Los Angeles to Buford in 1980. Family members moved away over the years, but Sammons stayed on as sole resident and “mayor” of the unincorporated community. He bought the trading post in 1992 and operated it until last year.

“It was a great life for me and for my family,” he said, adding it would be the same for anyone looking for a unique operation.

Buford sits at an elevation of 8,000 feet and is the highest town along Interstate 80 between New York and California. The area offers impressive views of the Rocky Mountains but is prone to extreme winds and frigid temperatures — even by Wyoming standards.

Foul weather shuts down I-80 between Cheyenne and Laramie at least a couple times during a typical winter. Each time that happens, Buford might as well be at the North Pole rather than next to one of the busiest cross-country thoroughfares in the U.S.

Assets up for sale will include a gas station and convenience store, a 1905 schoolhouse that has been used as an office, a cabin, a garage, 10 acres of land, a three-bedroom home, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported (http://bit.ly/z6dCkL ).

Buford has its own ZIP code and post office boxes for people who live nearby.

It’s a business opportunity that also offers a romantic lifestyle, said Amy Bates, chief marketing officer for Oklahoma City, Okla.-based Williams and Williams, which is handling the auction. Bidding will open at $100,000, she said.

“We’re going to have a variety of people attracted to this property, based on what it would mean to them,” Bates said.

via Buford, Wyo. _ population 1 _ heads to auction – Yahoo! News.

Student Housing Complex Designed From 100 Recycled Shipping Containers In France By OLGGA | TheTechJournal

looks cool; needs balconies

A housing complex for students have been designed by the french architectural firm Olgga Architects. The designed hostel will be built on 100 recycled shipping containers. And they named it “CROU”. This is called green technology. What a thought!!! It’s really amazing.

Front View

Shipping container structures are seen gaining a lot of popularity in current times. Not only are they beautiful and stylish, but also portable, affordable, durable and eco-friendly. This time I introduce you to a student housing complex built from recycled shipping containers.

‘crou’ student housing made from 100 recycled shipping containers

Olgga architects, a French firm shaped 100 shipping containers into a sturdy, economical and sustainable student housing in Le Havre, France. Each of these containers will function as an individual room for a student while maximizing space limitations. Dubbed the ‘Crou’, the 2,851m2 structure intends to make use of recycled containers, stacked in a somewhat pyramidal arrangement.

The pyramid-like arrangement of shipping containers

From what it appears in the images, one side of the container will function as the entrance, and will have connecting stairs and platforms to reach the entrance.

Profile View

needs decals

There is an environmental benefit associated with it which is it puts surplus containers to use instead of letting them slowly rust in a landfill.

One of the room typologies

The project is named Crou, and will be spread over an area of 30,700 square feet on the school campus. It is an interesting design, and appears to be a well designed project. What would be interesting to see is how the architects deal with the problem of noise that would be inherent to this all metal structure. But there should be a way to take care of that in the 4.45 million euro budget this has.

via Student Housing Complex Designed From 100 Recycled Shipping Containers In France By OLGGA | TheTechJournal.