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An innovative apartment building is being constructed in Washington this summer -- one that is using water-tight steel sea shipping containers to build energy efficient low-cost housing. Eighteen sea cargo containers, that recently called the nearby Port of Baltimore their home, were being lifted into place this week (July 22-23) to build a modern looking residence that will house college students this fall. Project architect Travis Price told Reuters the meshing of economic and ecologic demands with quick turn-around time make this idea one that has the potential to be used in a variety of locations, in various sizes and price points. Price said the idea of using the sea containers has been around since the 1960's, but the growing numbers of extra containers in port city warehouses mak...
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Derek "Deek" Diedricksen of Www.Relaxshacks.com gives us a tour of a Shipping Container Surf Shack built and designed by Hartman Kable. Located south of Seattle, this container home is ultra-modern and employs some very clever transforming and space saving techniques.
Repurposed sea cargo containers are being used to build an innovative apartment building in Washington. Full Story: You might think this cargo container is about to be lowered onto a shipping dock. Actually, it's being used to build an energy-efficient, low-cost apartment building for college students in Washington D.C. These containers came from the Port of Baltimore. The architect, who drew up the building plans, says there's a growing number of extra containers in port cities around the U.S. [Travis Price, Architect and Designer of Sea Shipping Container Project]: "We have 700,000 sea containers sitting empty and fallow in America and the idea of repurposing them when they make beautiful, elegant buildings. Remember, people all over in big cities love glass, steel buildings, they'...
I'm on I-90 getting passed by a container truck using 4 axles. This freight most likely came into the country from overseas and then they take it from the ship and put it onto the truck. You'll see a lot of containers in this area with the port nearby.
The 8063 TEU container vessel OOCL WASHINGTON passes under the A Murray MacKay Bridge as it enters the Port of Halifax, NS Canada, inbound from Cagliari, Italy. With help from the tugs Atlantic Larch and Atlantic Oak, OOCL WASHINGTON is also seen making her 180 degree turn as it prepares to dock at the Fairview Cove Container Terminal. OOCL is part of the G6 alliance with partners Hapag-Lloyd, NYK Line, APL, Hyundai, and MOL. IMO Number: 9417256 Flag / Nationality: Hong Kong Operator: OOCL Completion Year: 2010 / 01 Maximum TEU Capacity: 8063 Maximum Speed (Kn): 25.0 Overall Length (M): 323.00 Overall Beam (M): 42.80 Maximum Draught (M): 14.50 Deadweight (Ton): 105,559 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 89,010 Filmed at 11:35am, Tuesday September 29, 2015. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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The Washington Ferries run through rain, snow, fog and even pretty severe winds, but on occasion they have to cancel a few sailings due to super low tides and larger winter wind storms. This video video shows Washington Ferries disheartening into the fog and maneuvering through the busy shipping channels of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. MUSIC BY Music Courtesy of the YouTube Audio Library "Sideways Samba" "Forever Believe" "Dreamy Flashback" Visit My Website At http://www.bellinghamster.com
A total of 64 cars were aboard cargo ship Astongate traveling from Toyama, Japan, to Vladivostok, Russia. After the storm hit the ship -- 52 of them ended up at the bottom of the sea. Whoever bought those cars signed a document allowing the cargo to be transported on ship's deck at their own risk.
Port Angeles, Washington USA. Heavy logging equipment used to move and debark logs for shipment overseas. Takes almost a full week to fill hold of ship and stack logs on ships deck for voyage across Pacific.
We ship all over the state of Washington. From the Seattle area to the Bellevue, to other regions throughout the Washington state. View more of our ship-able beds to Washington at : http://storagebeds.com/seattle/storage-beds/ Our most popular shipping areas in Washington are the Spokane, Seattle, Bellevue, Bellingham areas in Washington. We ship a lot of products up there. We took a family vacation a few years ago and was impressed with some of the downtown living in the Seattle area. We had toured the city, saw the Space Needle, the music museum and thought that with all that urban living that they could really benefit from the storage beds. Washington state, in and of itself, especially in the Seattle area has a lot of small space living, smaller homes, and hi-rise living. So the s...