Rapid Response Modular Supportive Housing
Deployed in 35 locations across Canada, Horizon North's 3-story, 60-unit supportive housing apartment model built on a portable foundation provides an entirely new low-impact, high-density housing solution, activating temporarily-available sites into portable, high-rise housing developments.
Ready (In Stock)
60 residents / 60 bed/bathrooms
$125,000 / resident
Long-Term/Permanent (15+ years)
|80 days offsite||10 days onsite|
NRB Modular (formerly known as Horizon North) has designed and built over 1,500 units of modular supportive housing for the Modular Rapid Response to Homelessness program in BC Canada.
A repetitive, scalable approach has been developed with a proven baseline design. With standard modules, a kit of parts, and detailed specifications guideline. We maintain standardised modular building layouts to provide repetitive work and economies of scale, resulting in fast-tracked design-development, consulting, municipal permitting timelines and construction.
The modular units address an immediate need for the homeless population. Typical units consist of 250-sq.ft self-contained studios, and the buildings have common amenity areas. The buildings are placed on a relocatable foundation, so the buildings can be moved to future sites.
- Quoted Total Cost: $7,500,000
- Planned Occupancy (1 person/bed): 60 beds
- Estimated Cost Per Bed: $125,000
- Quote’s Total Interior Square Footage: 27,000 sqft
- Quote Includes # Units: 60 units
- Used for Shelter Before: Yes, but only outside the U.S.
- Readiness: Ready (In Stock)
- In Stock / Ready to Ship Today: Yes
- Manufacturer Identified and Available: N/A
- Setup Speed: <90 days
- Setup Difficulty: Moderate (prefab assembly)
- % Built Onsite: <10% – Arrives Ready, Almost All Built/Assembled Off-Site
- Portability: Portable (after major disassembly)
- Intended Use of Shelter: Long Term/Permanent (15+ years)