ConocoPhillips engaged National Oilwell Varco (NOV) to build the largest mobile land rig in North America. A small part of this project included office space for command operations and training. NOV reached out to 3twenty to help execute on the construction of the buildings.
NOV provided the structural boxes, and the fit up was up to 3twenty. The project involved interior framing, mechanical, electrical, architectural finishes, and furniture.
Once assembled, these offices became part of a self-propelling rig weighing 9.5 million pounds, equivalent to almost 10 fully loaded Boeing 747s. The building was dry fit and tested in Nisku, Alberta, before heading to its final destination in Deadhorse, Alaska.
Built from four (4) owner-supplied structural steel boxes
Insulated to effectively heat and cool arctic temperatures in Alaska