Interior framing & electrical

Interior framing for the most part is now complete.
I Used 2X4's along the upper perimeter and attached them with 2-1/2" self tapping screws. The box channel at the top was perfect for this because you can attach the 2x4's without piercing the outer wall, and now have something to secure the upper portion of the walls, and ceiling to. I used 5 2-1/2" self tapping screws for every 10' section of board.
The stud walls can now be nailed to the floor and upper framing 2X4's
Service box with a temporary  frame out.

The center wall is going to remain as it is and just get a coat of paint, only the outer walls will be framed out. 
   Bedrooms framed out. Behind the bedroom on the right is a 10" space between the doors and the wall, this is where the batteries and solar connections along with the 12 volt fuse panel and converter will be housed.   That area will be sealed from the interior and will be vented to the outside.
  Left side behind the wall is the restroom, which will include a shower, wash basin, composting toilet, and washer & dryer. Behind that wall is a 4X7 pantry. 2x4 hangers were used to support the ceiling studs and the side walls created a 1" shelf to support the other end of the ceiling boards. 
Kitchen & dinning area, and one big pile of knotty pine.
Next  up will be wiring.
110 volt interior wiring is now complete. Didn't run into any real snags on the wiring. Running wires between containers requires a bit of effort as far as drilling goes, but no big deal.

   Have to say, it sure is nice to walk in now and flip a switch for lighting.
All the electric outlets are now in, another nice thing is not having to work from one outlet and extension cords.
Even have a fine porsche light now ;) L.E.D bulb lights the area up pretty nice at night.
Getting cold in Oklahoma usa, first fire in the Container Lodge!
Once the stud framing is in, then everything else is not much different then finishing a house interior with a few exceptions. I did take a few short cuts with my wiring to save on wire like crossing studs instead of running them straight up and down. You just have to be sure you avoid nailing into them latter.
All 12 Volt wiring is now in. Each room will have two 12 volt lights for alternative lighting. A 3000 watt with a 6000 watt surge inverter will also be tied into the electrical system that could run the fridge and washer in time of power failure. Two 205 watt solar panels will help keep the 5, 200ah batteries charged.