Our team rose (literally ) to the challenge for Cardy Construction, who required two units placing up on a gantry erected around a building in a busy part of central London.
Developers Cardy Construction, who specialise in the historical restoration of buildings and listed building works, are converting a six-story ... Read More
Thanks to the expertise and capacity of our team, Mobile Mini are able to handle complex installations from start to finish. One such as example is when our team recently installed a triple-stacked site complex for Bouygues Energies and & ... Read More
Did you know the whole contents of the average 3 bedroom home could fit into a 20ft x 8ft container, approximately the equivalent of a single garage? Don’t believe us? Let’s do the maths.
The above total of 939 cubic metres is well within the 1173 cubic capacity of our ... Read More
Name: Steve Bate
Occupation: Mobile Fitter
With portable containers flying out of our doors each day, one of Mobile Mini’s most crucial roles is that of a Mobile Fitter. In this blog post we take a look at a day in the life of Steve ... Read More
Staff at Mobile Mini’s Manningtree depot, recently volunteered to renovate and customise a unit to provide a unique physiotherapy room to help local toddler Sebastian Brokenshire-Dyke, aged 2 from Newmarket, who has Cerebral Palsy.
Seb’s family set up charity “Seb’s Legs” last year to help raise £100,000 to afford ... Read More
Mobile Mini would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Please note our offices will close for the holiday season on Wednesday 23rd December 2015 and will re-open Monday 4th January 2016.
Need somewhere to store your donations? Looking to set up a food bank collection point? Want somewhere to store equipment for your community sports team? Or on the look-out for onsite storage for your event?
Whatever your needs, we want to help!
Our Community Involvement Programme, offers free of charge storage container ... Read More
While a trip to the doctors is an easy undertaking for people in the developed world, the task of accessing medical facilities in less-wealthy countries is far more difficult. A lack of transport infrastructure, ineffective medial systems and low incomes all contribute to this state of affairs, yet there's a ... Read More
It's been a long day, bellies are rumbling, and you need something big and meaty to satisfy those cravings, to adequately refuel you for the challenges ahead – even if that challenge is hibernating for as long as possible.
We know the feeling. So how about a burger? Mouth-watering beef, topped ... Read More
In the bohemian haven of Shoreditch, there's never shortage of individuality, culture and style. Certainly, when it comes to Tom Reaney and his team, complete with succulent patties and bacon jam, Burger Bear definitely looks at home in this London hotspot. However, it isn't the snapbacks or perfectly-formed beards that ... Read More