Corrugated steel buildings have been in use for nearly two centuries and have stood the test of time, but with the increasing sophistication of fabric technology, DomeShelterTM Container Sheds are now proven alternatives to steel sheds on mining and industrial sites.
Container Shelter Overview
Built to Australia’s high engineering standards and synonymous with quality, for a fit-for-purpose, versatile and durable container shelter solution.
Our Specification Guide provides a complete visual guide to all the essential information you need to create a workshop, warehouse or storage solution.
Container DomeSheltersTM come in a large range of sizes to suit various shipping container configurations and are engineered to withstand harsh conditions including cyclonic winds up to the highest cyclone rating D.
- Stack containers one, two or three high for the highest equipment
- End to end containers for any length required
- Widths from 6-30 metres for large span free work spaces
- Add-ons including end walls, doors, guttering, signage
- Create multiple workshop bays with common container walls
FAQ - Container Mounted DomeShelter™
A DomeShelter™ Fabric Structure mounted on standard sea containers is also known as a Container DomeShelter™ or a Container Mounted DomeShelter™ (CMDS). DomeShelter Australia are one of the original designers and manufacturers of this versatile shelter option. It has been field tested in some of the harshest weather and most remote conditions in the world and has stood the test of time for strength, durability and versatility. It can cope with the harshest sun conditions and can be engineered to withstand severe cyclonic wind.
Some of the worlds leading mining, oil& gas and industrial companies are big users of a Container DomeShelter™. Widely used for workshops for small and large equipment of the type typically found on mine sites, warehouses for bulk storage and logistics operations, small aircraft hangars, and over 100 other uses.
The arched steel structure and associated fabric covering are manufactured in-house at DomeShelter’s facilities in Western Australia, packed down into kit form for transport to sites throughout the world. Once on-site, they are matched with sea containers shipped to site independently and typically installed by clients’ own teams in very quick time, depending on the shelter size.