Before we made the purchase, we researched how these containers are delivered - and knew it would be a challenge for the delivery contractor to drop it where we needed. The truck would need 100ft of straightaway for departure after dropping the 40ft unit. Thus the preparation began...
PREPPING THE GROUND
BUILDING A LEVEL PLATFORM
Fighting the weather of consistent, weekly mini-deluges that have damped our mountain site work dates since Spring of 2018 - and needing to have this unit on site by the first major snowfall - we were pleased with the ContainerOne team's patience in allowing us to delay the date some 3 months while we waited for opportune weather. Finally, after a few days of temps in the 20's to firm up the 6" of mud, the go ahead was given.
A special thanks and props to Jensy from TW-Construction for his determination, enthusiastic work ethic, and incredible skills in getting the job done! Like a pro, like a bro, on the go, whatta show!
Kudos to Michael Blakney, Victoria, Leslie, and Clint from ContainerOne for their professional communication, optimism, and helpfulness in working with us throughout the months' long planning process all the way up to the hour of delivery.