As Typhoon Neoguri smashes into Okinawa and Japan, we’re reminded yet again that strong, durable, weather resistant housing is a requirement if families are to remain safe.
As we participate in ISBU (Shipping container) residential, industrial and commercial builds all over the planet, I am STILL amazed that the solution to some of the problems caused by heavy weather is overlooked.
In places like North Dakota, Montana, the Bering Sea and even (gasp!) Canada… 🙂
Workers are being housed in multi-unit developments built from ISBUs. These are just “modular buildings”. You build your housing units and then you stack them together. Add a little bit of welding and voila… many workers or families can all be tucked safely under one big steel roof, wrapped in a sturdy steel cocoon.
It’s done in place like CHINA all the time. In fact, every time that we’re there, we see another series of housing units going up;
Over the next few days… we’re going to look at HOW these buildings are constructed. I think that you’re going to be amazed at just how “easy” this is.