Housing Module Requires No Tools for Assembly

Housing Module Requires No Tools for Assembly
Designed as an emergency housing solution, the Rapid Deployment Module (RDM) can be assembled by two people in under a half hour.

Developed by the Massachusetts-based Visible Good, the RDM is delivered as a self-contained unit. It is modular, with no single piece weighing more than 20 pounds, and easy to set up without any tools. The hard walls and lockable doors and windows make the unit easier to secure, and the open interior can be furnished with whatever gear the situation dictates. The RDMs can also be attached to other units, such as a shower unit and a latrine unit, and have a lifespan of about 10 years.

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I really like this housing concept it could greatly be a good benefit in my country during disasters and could create temporary shelter for the affected communities.
How can one contact the developers of this product and start working towards shipping it.
Posted by Duke Ngcobo on April 22, 2013
Good idea. Would like to know how to get this product. Who is the source.
Posted by Baskaran V on April 25, 2013
Hi Baskaran,
Just click on the "Visible Good" link under the "More Info" heading to contact the source.
Posted by Wendy Wurtele on April 26, 2013
Posted by SHAHID JAMEEL on May 17, 2013
Would appreciate more info before purchasing a few for a small remote holiday bush camp. Thanks
Posted by Ken Pedlar on August 6, 2013
Hi Ken,
They have a contact form at http://visible-good.com/contact-us/
Posted by Wendy Wurtele on August 7, 2013
Very nice product
Posted by VAIBHAV PATIL on October 4, 2013

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