Pictograph - Single Unit
The following pictures provide a behind the scenes view of building a blast resistant single unit complex.
|Inside framed steel structure||Framed and insulated||Wiring underway|
|Steel beam construction of the walls and ceiling attached to the steel framed base provide the overall strength of the unit.||Four inches of spray foam insulation is added. It provides an R28 value and is fire retardant.||The walls are framed inside foam insulated walls to run the electrical wiring. Drywall adhered to this frame.|
|HVAC being installed||Ceiling under construction||Floors being prepped|
|HVAC is being installed. Vents will be framed and covered to blend in with the walls.||This is a multi unit but you can see the framing construction for the ceiling. Same process for the single units.||After the walls and ceiling are completed, the floors are finished.|
|Finished inside view of a 12x40 unit||Utility Room framed in and enclosed||Outside view of steel structure|
|Finished look of a single unit. This unit designed with different style lighting and has coat hooks and fire extinguisher on walls.||The furnace and the electrical are enclosed in the Utility Room. Space available for additional storage.||
You can see the metal walls and blast resistant doors of the unit before the exterior paneling is attached.
|Outside finished view||End view of two completed single units|
|This is a lavatory unit with the exterior paneling attached.||The electrical shut off and air conditioning unit are installed at the end of the unit. The Utility Room is on the inside wall.|