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Readying your site for a construction trailer
Readying your site for a construction trailer
April 09, 2020

Mobile office trailers are designed to be adaptable and make for an excellent solution to your temporary office space needs. 

These office trailers make for a popular option among a wide variety of industries, particularly the construction industry. 

It therefore comes as no surprise to know that many are keen to scout for construction trailers for their mobile office requirements. If you have already  chosen a trailer that meets live up to your criteria, then it’s very important that you are prepared for its arrival.

To kick things off, it's important you prioritise and make a mental (or physical) note of the most pertinent and standout things unique to your site. These include information about the space available, ground conditions, and utility connections. Determining things like these in advance will help ensure a quick and smooth delivery for your trailer. 

Is the space I have enough to fit the trailer?

Typically, for construction trailers with 40-feet size, your site must be able to accommodate a 100-foot long, 20-foot tall, and 12-feet wide tractor that will deliver the office trailer. For other sizes, the idea still applies that your site should have extra space available for the delivery truck and the unloading of your trailer. Should your trailer unit come outfitted with wheels then it makes positioning on the site a whole lot easier. 

 

Is the ground level?

While some providers of construction trailers typically send someone to inspect the site prior to installation, in most cases, it is your responsibility to see to it that the ground is level. But you can still ask the provider if they can help you with this aspect. The inspector will also determine what specific kind of foundation is required for the trailer and whether the space is all clear to receive it. One such example of this is that there should be no overhead obstructions that can interfere with the straightforward installation of your trailer.

 

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