The award-winning and patented Humanihut Field Infrastructure System (HFIS) is the ultimate solution in advanced redeployable temporary infrastructure that can be fully customised. The HFIS is designed with a unique folding wall system, allowing eight-Huts to pack into a shipping container for efficient transportation and storage. Seals at all folds provide a complete environmental barrier. All components, accessories, and necessary utilities are integrated for rapid deployment and ease of establishment, meaning the HFIS can operate independently without access to mains water, power, and wastewater infrastructure, or it can easily connect to main services. With a 20+ year lifespan, the HFIS is eight times more logistically efficient than other temporary buildings, delivers measurable improvement over tents, and is easily re-deployed as many times as necessary. Each deployment aims to have a minimal environmental impact, with all essential services designed for above ground installation. Additionally, Humanihut offers complete turnkey facilities management solutions that are customised for any sized project. Logistic solutions include site management, warehousing, catering, and medical support services.
The values given assume a camp size of 2,500 people and are approximate for market value in July 2022. The data is based over a 20-year period, and values do not include bathroom facilities or water or power amenities.
The “Humanihut” value is for strong, rigid, climate-controlled huts which have a 20-year lifespan and can comfortably accommodate 8 people and includes bunk beds, mattresses, black-out curtains and privacy screens.
The “Portable Cabins” value derives from market rates for generic portable cabins, which can accommodate up to 4 people and includes bunks, and foam mattresses. The data assumes the generic portable cabins, beds, and foam mattresses are replaced every seven years.
The “Tents” value is derived from UNHCR tents which can accommodate up to 4 people and includes duckboards and floor mats (no bedding). The data assumes that tents are replaced every seven months after being exposed to harsh climatic conditions.