Fort William Country Club

Container Bar

Fort William Country Club was searching for a way to serve their members half way through the course. They found ModBox! We manufactured a 20×8 container into a modern, functional bar. Equipped with two main counter height fridges, ice bin and bar rail, custom counter and awning doors. This bar is independently run on Solar power!

Pikangikum First Nation

Modbox was hired by Pikangikum Education Authority to provide durable, safe and modern housing for their teaching staff throughout the school year. We manufactured these 5 homes in just 90 days before shipping them up the winter ice roads. This project consisted of 2 – 2 bedroom homes and 3 – 1 bedroom/studio homes.

247 Ambrose Street

Our 2018 Home and Garden Show prototype home is now sitting in its final resting place; completion photos and showings to come in fall of 2022!

2018 Home and Garden Show

This is where ModBox began! Our vision of building strong and modern container homes began back in 2017. We manufactured this show home for the 2018 Home and Garden Show in Thunder Bay, Ontario to start our journey!

THP Variety

The owners of this project are young, busy entrepreneurs who wanted to have a house constructed next to their business and contacted ModBox as they enjoy the modern look that shipping container dwellings bring to a property. Located on Fort William First Nation the dwelling is constructed of 3 – 8’x40’ containers with a footprint of 960 square feet. It has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, a walk-through closet, den, modern kitchen, living room and a mechanical room.

Keywaywin First Nations

Currently in progress, we are converting 4 – 8’ x 40’ high cube containers into spacious living units. They will be shipped by ice road early March 2021 to the northern community and placed onto PWF foundations in the spring. These units have 1 bedroom, 1 bath, a functional eat-in kitchen and modern interior finishes. These homes have increased spray foam in the walls, ceilings and the underside of the container floor to keep the units warm in the colder winters.