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There are thousands of oil platforms in the world's oceans tasked with drilling and supplying oil for our everyday needs. For weeks at a time, these rigs are home to those who work, sleep and play on them. Spending extended periods of time away from home and loved ones can be tough. However, oil companies understand that, to keep their employees' morale up, they must offer stellar offshore oil rig living quarters, and Gulf Land Structures has the means to meet their needs.

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How Offshore Oil Rig Living Quarters Have Changed in the 21st Century

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Offshore oil rig living quarters must meet many demanding requirements.

The History of Offshore Oil Rigs The offshore oil rig industry first began in 1887, but it did not begin to operate as it does today until 1947 when Kerr-McGee first built platforms far enough into the ocean that land could not be seen. As the industry continued to grow over the next couple of decades, it became necessary for employees to begin living on or near the oil rig for extended periods of time. If someone was going to work 12 hours shifts for seven days in a row, it did not make any sense for them to be transported back and forth to the mainland on a daily basis. By 1962, the industry's first dynamically positioned ship was put in place by the Shell Oil Company, and it was a leader of shallow water operations for several decades. In 1996, Royal Dutch Shell installed two deep water oil rigs, and one of them can even be seen from space due to its enormous size. Since that time, offshore oil rigs have continued to expand, together with comfortable offshore oil rig living quarters, and they are a major contributor to the worldwide petroleum industry.

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Living on oil rigs doesn't mean rough and dirty rooms on loud and bobbing oil rigs. In fact, with today's technologies and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes, offshore oil rig living quarters are more comfortable than ever. After all, oil rig companies have long learned that crews that are kept comfortable are crews that work more efficiently.

Comfort in private and public

Many offshore companies operate on an employee schedule of two or three weeks on and the same off. This means that many workers live on the rigs just as often as they live in their onshore homes, making the designing and furnishing of comfortable offshore living quarters all the more important. Many rigs have bedrooms with Internet-connections and televisions and are designed to be sound-proof enabling workers to escape the loud work environment and sleep in peace. Shared common quarters include state-of-the-art dining halls and recreation rooms outfitted with items like pool tables and tabletop tennis.

Living spaces designed with safety and efficiency in mind

Safety is boon for everyone. With today's offshore oil rig living quarters, every space is designed with safety and worker efficiency as the framework. This includes making living accommodations eco-friendly and hygienic with the incorporation of amenities like modern plumbing services, air conditioning, and mold abatement. 

Gulf Land Structures is dedicated to providing efficient solutions that are designed with the worker in mind. How these living quarters look might change from company to company, as every organization has its own specific needs, but in the end the end-result is the same: happier, more comfortable employees in premier living quarters equals greater productivity and higher profits.

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