Disaster Dwellings Homes - Emergency Container Cargo Tech
Disaster Dwellings Homes - Emergency Container Cargo Tech
Disaster Dwellings Homes - Emergency Container Cargo Tech
Horizon Palm Realty Group Liz Piedra
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Get a higher degree of quality assurance and quality control
 
Accelerated timelines to completion 
 
Better control of costs 

 
Waste reduction-

  •  Reduced team traffic on job site 
  •  Drastically reduced weather delays 
  •  Factory conditions that allow more frequent and complete component inspections. 
  •  Improved ability to address the challenges of structures within a factory controlled environment.  

Skilled labor shortages will drive owners to mandate collaboration in order to get their projects financed and built so that they can get them leased and sold. The low bid approach will still thrive, but many of the institutional owners will drive for faster more collaborative “design-build and IPD” approaches.   

Skilled labor shortage will drive the modular and off-site construction trends, especially in the healthcare construction wave that is sweeping across the country as a result of the ACA and the Boomers reaching retirement age.   

The lack of skilled labor and an ever increasing load of “big data” will create the need for more Internet of Things for the field workforce and will create the need to communicate real time data from the office to the field. I-Pads and tablets are becoming common, but a broader use of robotics and IOT for the systems and parts will make for some exciting times in the industry.   


The lack of skilled labor will drive building costs up and in order to maintain some type of profit margin, builders will have to turn to other ways to accelerate the construction process. We still see too much waste on the site and we have to find ways to recycle those wastes and minimize them as well.   

Skilled Labor shortages will force construction companies to use AR/VR for training and for on the site construction. 

While NASA and other government agencies have used VR for years, the new technologies that are being developed will accelerate their usage. This is one of the ways to recruit Millennials into the industry, and there is no question that they will embrace that technology more rapidly than the Boomers.   While we, as an industry, are slow to adapt new technologies and new ways of building, LEED has become commonplace in most of the materials and the structures that we build today. During the time of transition, safety will become a central focus for enforcement. Today, on many construction sites, owners and GCs have no idea who is working on their projects and whether they are OSHA certified and trained. That will change at an accelerating pace, especially as we see an expanded use of I-9 identification and high tech wearables.   


  • · Collaborative project delivery methods will become more popular. 
  • · The labor shortage will continue to plague the industry. · The feeling of uncertainty will linger under the new administration. 
  • · Offsite/modular construction will gain a stronger foothold in the market. 
  • · Construction firms are cautiously optimistic for a future infrastructure-spending boost.
  • · Construction costs will rise due to materials and labor. 
  • · Construction firms will face increased scrutiny and prosecution of safety and fraud incidents. 


The commercial modular building Permanent Modular Construction is an off-site construction process performed in a controlled setting yielding three dimensional modules transported and assembled at the building site.  


Skilled Labor shortages will force construction companies to use AR/VR for training and for on the site construction. While NASA and other government agencies have used VR for years, the new technologies that are being developed will accelerate their usage. This is one of the ways to recruit Millennials into the industry, and there is no question that they will embrace that technology more rapidly than the Boomers.   While we, as an industry, are slow to adapt new technologies and new ways of building, LEED has become commonplace in most of the materials and the structures that we build today. During the time of transition, safety will become a central focus for enforcement. 

Today, on many construction sites, owners and GCs have no idea who is working on their projects and whether they are OSHA certified and trained. That will change at an accelerating pace, especially as we see an expanded use of I-9 identification and high tech wearables.

 

  •  · Collaborative project delivery methods will become more popular. 
  • · The labor shortage will continue to plague the industry. 
  • · The feeling of uncertainty will linger under the new administration. 
  • · Offsite/modular construction will gain a stronger foothold in the market.
  •  ·Construction firms are cautiously optimistic for a future infrastructure-spending boost. 
  • · Construction costs will rise due to materials and labor. 
  • · Construction firms will face increased scrutiny and prosecution of safety and fraud incidents. 

The commercial modular building Permanent Modular Construction is an off-site construction process performed in a controlled setting yielding three dimensional modules transported and assembled at the building site.   


 Skilled labor shortages will drive owners to mandate collaboration in order to get their projects financed and built so that they can get them leased and sold. The low bid approach will still thrive, but many of the institutional owners will drive for faster more collaborative “design-build and IPD” approaches.   

Skilled labor shortage will drive the modular and off-site construction trends, especially in the healthcare construction wave that is sweeping across the country as a result of the ACA and the Boomers reaching retirement age.   

The lack of skilled labor and an ever increasing load of “big data” will create the need for more Internet of Things for the field workforce and will create the need to communicate real time data from the office to the field. I-Pads and tablets are becoming common, but a broader use of robotics and IOT for the systems and parts will make for some exciting times in the industry.  

 The lack of skilled labor will drive building costs up and in order to maintain some type of profit margin, builders will have to turn to other ways to accelerate the construction process. We still see too much waste on the site and we have to find ways to recycle those wastes and minimize them as well. 

Liz Piedra / Horizon Palm Realty Group

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Laz Sanchez COO / Developer

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We are located in Spring Hill Florida just 40 minutes north of Tampa, in Florida's Nature Coast Hernando County.


Leveraging a building kit or "LEGOS" approach that utilizes plug-in or modular components, the H-SERIES  incorporates a hybrid design approach. Like the Prius hybrid automobile design, it combines different building technologies and energy systems to maximize energy, spatial and cost efficiencies that result in practical solutions while achieving substantial architectural variety and flexibility.   The H-SERIES explores the use of conventional building systems and materials combined with innovative solutions that investigates new ways of combining ISBU steel shipping containers to solve new problems.  "Green Steel" which is used as the basic building blocks of our residential and commercial structure designs, is a good example of the innovative use of low-cost and readily available materials and systems to efficiently construct sustainable, energy efficient, hurricane & tornado resistant modern building.


Why Shipping Containers?

When Shipping containers were originally created, they were designed with modularity in mind. They were required to withstand all kinds of abuse as they journey through some of the world’s harshest climates. From salt water to freezing temperatures, a shipping container is meant to handle the worst of the worst while protecting some of the world’s most precious cargo. Comprised of corten steel, it is in a shipping containers DNA to protect itself from any corrosion or rust, and when they fall off the ship they can take up to a week to sink. With more boxes being imported than exported, we have an opportunity to reuse something that is desperately looking for a new home.

A prefabricated shipping container home makes the construction process much simpler and more efficient than ever before. So why spend months building when it could be weeks? Imagine them as life-size lego blocks and you will start to see the vast possibilities and opportunities. Build a single level or multi-storey building. Place one in your backyard and then 10 years later move it somewhere new. When it comes to construction methods and building materials there are few alternatives that are as durable, portable and sustainable.

Modular construction isn’t a new idea, but often when people think modular they think temporary and temporary often means junk. But with shipping containers, modular just means flexibility without jeopardizing quality. Pre-manufactured modular construction is a more versatile and predictable way to build.

At Covenant Development we have set out to leverage the modularity and durability of the shipping container while not apologizing for what they are. We don’t hide our boxes, but we have embraced the essence of the shipping container.

Wayne Wolz General Contractor

Wayne Wolz CSU / GC

Diversity Certifications: 8(a), MBE, DBE, SBE, CPUC
Diversity Certifications: 8(a), MBE, DBE, SBE, CPUC
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Containerized Modular Building Systems

  "Construction improved through technology"​   

Covenant Development's containerized modular option is a versatile method of construction has many benefits.   We are able to draw on in-house resources, and those of and trade and consultant partners, to integrate a offsite solution seamlessly into a project.  Engineering, module assembly, and site work can proceed concurrently when modular construction techniques are employed, significantly reducing overall job completion.


Improved site access, reduced congestion and trade stacking, and less need for scaffolding all enhance productivity and enhances job safety. Modularization allows workers to perform constant scopes in tandem with site built scopes.  


The modular approach is also inherently more “green,” as it generates less waste and reduces vehicle traffic to and from the main jobsite.  Because so much construction is performed offsite, modularization greatly reduces workforce requirements.  

Myth one – modular means temporary. The reality is that you are just changing the process. Same codes, same building materials,  everything's is the same as a site-built solution, but construction takes place in a more controlled factory environment. This means better quality because the process is not subject to poor weather, which can cause serious quality issues and a greater risk of delays and budget overruns.  

Myth two – modular is all about ugly, grey boxes Individual building modules do look like grey boxes but these units form the structure. There have been huge developments in modular construction and the approach can deliver award-winning architecture. There is a much wider range of aesthetic options that allow designers to achieve architectural variety, with all the speed and quality benefits of building off-site.  

Myth three – modular construction is completely inflexible. One of the biggest criticisms of modular construction is the lack of flexibility in design and appearance. However, a technically advanced modular solution can easily deliver a much greater degree of design freedom. 

If you have an idea you want to bring to fruition, we have a plethora of great ideas to share with you. From Hunting Cabins to Luxury Villas. Nothing in our portfolio says standard. Why should your home be standard? 

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Disaster Dwellings Homes - Emergency Container Cargo Tech
Covenant Development
13753 linden drSpring Hill, FL34609US
Phone: 3526410752 Website: https://www.covenantdevelopment.us/