Some numbers help give an idea of this impressive work, commissioned in 2013 for a major oil multinational corporation and destined for Iraq: the contract involved in fact the supply of 24 electrical substations for a total of 36 containers and a total development of over 2000 square meters.
Each substation was designed to house electrical switchboards but also specific battery rooms.
The structure consisted of IPE basement beams and the 20/10 corrugated sheet cladding internally insulated with fire-resistant panels. The floor was of floating type in checkered steel and covered with anti-acid paints.
Given the particularity of the place of destination and the extreme delicacy of the instruments contained, also the system components were remarkable.
The internal electrical wiring was in fact combined with external electric lighting, a centralized air conditioning system (given the considerable size of the structure) and integrated fire alarm systems, smoke detection and shutdown system.