Giant forklift truck ready to unload shipping container office in the red section of the sharp project

Plant and Heavy Machinery Professional Commercial Photography

The Sharp Project, Manchester’s digital content production complex, is increasing the number of converted shipping-container units from March.

A total of six new containers will be added to the ‘Red Street’ which was the first phase of the building to receive tenants in 2013. Four doubles and two singles are being added to increase the total number to 32 which includes 16 double and 16 single spaces. Placed in two terrace rows they create a high street feel. The glazed-fronted units are perfect for start-ups and SMEs who require a short term lease.

The installation of the new shipping container offices took place on Saturday 2nd March 2103. These images show the logistics and installation of this new state of the art sustainable office spaceLow loader with shipping container arrives at the sharp project. Beautiful blue sky and manchester central metro link station in the background

Giant forklift truck transports the shipping container offices to their location in the sharp projectpower and connectivity cabling being installed at the sharp project manchesterLow loader reversing into the sharp project red area with shipping container office on the backGiant forklift truck ready to unload shipping container office in the red section of the sharp projectgiant forklift truck moving a shipping container office around the sharp projectgiant forklift truck lowers shipping container office conversion into its location in the red area of the sharp project