The new Groundhog GP360 Fusion units are made by South Wales-based Genquip Groundhog and are designed for sites without water or electricity connections.
Mobile Mini describes the new huts as “the most innovative, cost effective and environmentally efficient mobile welfare unit of its kind”.
The units are big enough to accommodate up to six people but small enough to be towed, secured and manoeuvred on site by one person in less than three minutes, Mobile Mini says.
The Groundhog GP360 Fusion unit includes a built-in auto-timed generator, toilet, drying room and canteen area, with seating, sink, microwave, kettle and heating system.
Mobile Mini managing director Chris Morgan said: “Genquip Groundhog is recognised as the market leader in mobile welfare units and we worked closely with its team to offer our customers the very latest in mobile unit technology, focusing on convenience, cost and environmental benefits.”