Wars, natural disasters, pandemics, military operations, and remote working environments can often mean having to accommodate a large number of people in a short period of time, and providing comfortable, secure shelter for those people can be a monumental task.
Australian company Humanihut Pty Ltd offers a uniquely engineered solution to fulfill shelter accommodation needs as they emerge. Humanihut has packed a ton of utility into a neatly packaged pop-up solution that has obvious humanitarian uses, but is also efficacious for emergency management, medical infrastructure, defense, mining, and construction.
What sets Humanihut apart is the rigid, folding-wall, pop-up design which provides flexibility for usable spaces, and allows up to eight huts to be transported to a site in a single, customized shipping container. All components and accessories are integrated for rapid deployment, scalability, and ease of establishment. Structures are strong, rigid, and climate controlled, and, having a 20-year lifespan, a Humanihut System proves to be more cost-effective than alternatives such as prefabricated buildings and tents.
Wall and ceiling panels for each hut are constructed from coil coated Colorbond® steel, and aluminum frames are powder coated; not only providing quality and controllability, but with all surfaces 100% coated, longevity of the structure is assured. With a steel and marine-grade plywood base, each hut is solid skinned, foldable, energy efficient, and insulated to Responsible Recycling (R2) standard.
Whether it be housing for refugees, medical/hospital infrastructure during a health crisis, accommodation for emergency workers during a natural disaster, communications and accommodation for military personnel, or housing, office, and recreational spaces for mining and construction workers, Humanihut is powder coated for durability and corrosion control in the harshest conditions.
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