In the overall planning and design of this prefabricated worksite labour camps, KHOME comprehensively considered the surrounding environment of the project camp as well as functional partitions and requirements, and was constructed using 129 sets of container houses. It is a typical container house integrating aesthetics, comfort and safety.
The entire prefabricated worksite labour camps use a large area of glass curtain wall, not only sound insulation, heat insulation, energy saving and environmental protection, but also improves the overall appearance of the project, making the project constructors working here more comfortable and happier.
The prefabricated worksite labour camps adopt a U-shaped overall layout, which is assembled by 95 container houses and 34 corridor containers. The main building is on the second floor and contains main functional spaces such as offices, dormitories, restaurants, and storage rooms. The prefabricated worksite labour camps designed and constructed by KHOME fully embodies the connotation of standardized management, short construction period, green and environmental protection, and has the advantages of replication and promotion.
Regarding the traditional construction, from the foundation to the forming, it must be piled up on the site. The container building camp introduces the container element into the prefabricated building system. It retains the concept of the container shape and integrates the functions of integral movement and hoisting. In the factory In order to complete the mass production of single-person modules, only assembly and splicing are required at the construction site, which shortens the construction time of houses by more than 60%, and it replaces manual production with mechanized production, which can save at least 70% of labor costs. And make the site management, material storage and construction safety get the best guarantee.