HIS a second way forward
With the success of the container structures more and more requests
have led to project built by local workers in the developing world. Providing only design and team supervision, many organizations have received the benefits of our growing knowledge base. If there is a possibility that we may be able to help you in your NGO's development, please do not hesitate to contact us.
21 High cube containers allow for a simple high school structure supporting 10 classrooms surrounding a 27mx11.6m sports hall.
LaVega Dominican Republic
Our first high school that included a fully functional sports hall, these 21 containers are the backbone of a school with capacity of 400+. Constructed initially in just 7 weeks, the T.E.A.R.S. school allowed us to understand the versatility and speed of construction that could be done in the developing world at lower than average costs.
Living Waters High School
Constructed from 22 high cube containers this tiered structure offers capacity for up to 1200 students boasting 12 60m2 classrooms a large common room and a plethora of staff and storage rooms.
Constructed from 7 containers, the structure houses capacity for 40 adults upstairs a 2 bedroom house and a commercial kitchen supporting a large open hall. A test of patients as fuel and electricity were scarce, the local workers and our team from Uganda are to be commended for getting through a tough one.
Gateway School Nairobi Kenya
This truly multi NGO project was completed just before the Covid outbreak. Built out of traditional brick and steel, the 11 classrooms and sports hall, along with the new toilets and kitchen bring a bit of sanity within the Sinai informal settlement for grades 1 through 6.