The Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Indian Band (TteS) in Kamloops, British Columbia received 10 suites of affordable housing, built on its lands at Tyee Park.
The three-storey, 28,552-square-foot structure was delivered on time and on budget for the general contractor managing the build in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
Design, manufacture, transport and assemble 40 units of modular affordable housing that meet sustainability and accessibility criteria while delivering project certainty and an accelerated timeline of 8 months.
Design, manufacturing, transportation, and installation of affordable, multi-family homes in a timely manner to accommodate the rapid need in the community.
Design, manufacture, transport and assemble 78 units of temporary modular housing with re-usable foundations allowing the modules to be re-located and reconfigured on other sites in the future.
This 52 unit project is built on a multi-point foundation system that is re-usable and reconfigurable for other locations in the future.