A two-story shipping container building using four 40-foot shipping containers, with a total floor area of 2000 square feet, built by Hybrid Cargotecture Development for Base Hospital in Wathupitiwala, could offer a range of benefits for a healthcare facility. Here are some of the potential features and benefits of such a building:
Quick construction: Using prefabricated shipping containers, the construction process can be completed quickly, allowing the Hospital to be operational in a shorter amount of time.
Durability: Shipping containers are designed to withstand harsh weather conditions, making them a durable and reliable choice for building structures.
Cost-effectiveness: The use of shipping containers can be a cost-effective solution for building a hospital, as they are less expensive than traditional building materials.
Flexibility: The modular design of shipping containers allows for easy expansion or modification of the building, which can be useful for a hospital as it grows and evolves over time.
Sustainability: Hybrid Cargotecture Development uses sustainable building practices and incorporates eco-friendly features like energy-efficient windows and insulation.
Versatility: The building can be designed to accommodate a range of healthcare needs, including patient rooms, treatment areas, laboratories, and administrative offices.
Overall, a two-story shipping container building using four 40-foot containers, with a total floor area of 2000 square feet, could offer a quick, durable, cost-effective, flexible, sustainable, and versatile solution for any Hospital.