JCarr Kiosk Model #8x8-2

J Carr Contracting’s ready-made kiosks are ideal for commercial use, homeless encampments, and temporary shelters. Each kiosk is built with a focus on security and durability.


  • Insulated with closed cell foam, R-19
  • Waterproofed with a soldered seam, one piece, sheet metal roof cap, with a perimeter drop edge


  • Floor framed with pressure-treated Douglas Fir to accommodate use of forklift.
  • Walls are framed with Douglas Fir studs and 4″&6″ post at each corner for structural durability. 6″ Simpson SDS framing screws are used to connect to the floor framing.
  • 2″x8″ joists are used at ceiling/roof.
  • Walls insulated with closed cell foam, R-13.


The electrical system is engineered & designed to function with one incoming 20 AMP circuit.

Wires & connections are housed within surface-mounted metal boxes and conduit, per code.

  • One six space panel with dedicated receptacle, lighting, & climate control circuits, per code.
  • Six GFCI protected receptacles, per code.
  • One LED ceiling-mounted lighting fixture with switch.
  • One exterior Hubbell male inlet plug in weatherproof cover.



  • Door frame is fitted for a 36″x80″ steel, insulated door.
  • Door is carefully installed tight to framing for maximum security.
  • Lock is industrial grade CodeLock keyless entry system.


  • Custom designed, fabricated, & welded with steel tube framing and 14 gauge sheet metal cover.
  • 6’x4′ self supported shutter provides shade with gas strut supports.
  • In a closed position, the shutter can be locked for increased security.


  • Two 24″x42″ Single Hung Dual Glazed Windows
  • Lockable
  • Clear Openings are 24″x18″


  • Flooring is finished with luxury vinyl plank material.
  • Walls and ceilings are smooth, painted white.
  • 72″x14″ stainless steel desk/shelf is installed at the base of windows.
  • 8,000 BTU climate control includes air conditioning and heater with a dedicated receptacle.


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