Learning Centre – Sea Container and Workshop Setup
Today, we’re going to be discussing our Sea Containers and Workshop Setup.
Let’s get right to it!
At Webdrill we are a little OCD, mainly ME to be honest and we like to keep our gear in an orderly fashion.
When I say OCD, I mean fast turn consumable items are close to the doorway of the container and slow turn items are at the rear of the container. Time is of the essence! And we are big on time management at Webdrill.
Standard Setup on Site is as follows:
- 2 x 20ft Sea Containers, one is a workshop container, the other is an open plan oils container.
- We utilise the Dome Shelter weather rated 6 or 10 metre domes which sits across the concrete pad of the workshop. In the perfect world its East West for shade all day long, however sometimes that’s not possible and we make the best of what’s available.
- Subject to office space availability offered by the client, we hire a 20ft sea container office from Royal Wolf, which sits at the back of the workshop, forming a ‘U’ Shape. These office containers are custom built, and this is what we operate out of while on site.
- Bunded oils, muds and fluids down the side of the sea container.
- The concrete pad is 6m x 8m which forms a 2-metre concrete apron out front of workshop, so when opening the sea container doors the crews are still standing on concrete apron.
– All that’s needed from the client is to have power connected to the containers and the concrete slab 6m x 8m in dimension.
– Some sites will have a four post Molnar Hoist, generally at the maintenance hubs we have across the regions. These hoist footings are deeper to spec as it’s a registered piece of plant.
– Steel shelving, plastic parts boxes, all labelled, heavy gear on the floor and lightweight gear higher up.
– 80% if our sites carry the same setup as we are big on universal fit outs.
– And lastly, we will require a small laydown area close to the containers for heavy rod stillages and grouting equipment.
So that’s our Sea Containers and Workshop Setup, we hope you have found that helpful. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any more questions.