Phoenix Cottage


Phoenix Cottage

PacMod Solutions, Inc.

The modular, cam-lock panel design of the Phoenix permits rapid deployment, easy storage, and cost-effective temporary shelter solutions.

Ready (In Stock)


2 residents / 1 unit

$4,250 / resident

Temporary (<6 months)

28 days offsite1 days onsite

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Concept Owner / Company: PacMod Solutions, Inc.

The modular, cam-lock panel design of the Phoenix permits rapid deployment, easy storage, and cost-effective temporary shelter solutions.

  • Quoted Total Cost: $8,499
  • Planned Occupancy (1 person/bed): 2 beds
  • Estimated Cost Per Bed: $4,250
  • Quote’s Total Interior Square Footage: 66 sqft
  • Quote Includes # Units: 1 unit
  • Used for Shelter Before: Not used as shelter yet
  • Readiness: Ready (In Stock)
  • In Stock / Ready to Ship Today: Yes
  • Manufacturer Identified and Available: N/A
  • Setup Speed: 36 days
  • Setup Difficulty: Low skill (RV, tent)
  • % Built Onsite: >75% – Majority of Structure Assembled and/or Built On-Site
  • Portability: Portable (after major disassembly)
  • Intended Use of Shelter: Temporary (<6 months)



Design AdvantagesEasy on-site assembly of modular insulated panels. R-34 insulation value. Buildings sizes range from 8×8 to 10×16.
Manufacturer IdentifiedYes
Used for shelter in the U.S.?Yes
Prior use examplesBackyard Studios, Kiosks, Insulated Sheds
Prior use comments
Building experience commentsPacMod Solutions uses foam-insulated panel technology used in walk-in cooler production. Parent company has been manufacturing since 1945.
Intended use casesTemporary unsheltered homeless solutions, backyard studios, ADU’s
R-value (insulation)31-40
Risk CategoryN/A – Temporary Use
Roof Load (PSF)30
Indoor Clearance Height (ft)8.75
Professional Engineer Stamp?Pending
Conforms to ICC’s Temporary Structure and Uses CodeYes. Building is not equipped with plumbing and is intended for use in a “village” setting.
Other Structural / Safety Comments110 mph wind rating. Standard equipment includes two fire egress windows, smoke/CO2 alarm, A/C and wall heater.
Sustainability / Green Building Certifications?No
Materials Used / Made of:Foam insulated steel panels.
Disassembly / Assembly Comments:Cam-lock panels, including floor and ceiling, are assembled on-site in 30 to 120 minutes per unit.
Ideal Mounting SurfacesSoil (Dirt/Grass), Asphalt / Parking Lot
Anchoring ProcessAngle brackets are included with floor for surface mounting to ground.



ItemCost ($)Notes
Materials$8,4998×8 Phoenix. 10×16 Phoenix $12,099
Labor$Negotiable with contract
Delivery$Shipping included with quote
Budget Total$8,499
Total Per Bed$4,250
Total Per Unit$8,499
Add-on ItemsOptions include additional door/windows, metal texture and colors, integrated cots, ADA package, Data/ethernet package
Check all items that are not included in your quote (i.e. would need to be quoted by outside party)Toilet / Washrooms, Basic Kitchen
List outside vendors needed to execute (including any architects and engineers)None
Possible Delivery Method(s)Flat pack module, Regular-sized trailer


Design (days)14
Production (days)14
Site Prep (days)
Delivery (days)7
Total (days)36
Amount in Inventory (#)0. Items are manufactured as ordered.
Production Capacity20 units/week
Production LocationApple Valley, CA USA