Horizon North Rapid Response Modular Supportive Housing

Horizon North Rapid Response Modular Supportive Housing
June 30, 2020 Charly Ligety

Horizon North’s Rapid Response Modular Supportive Housing

Concept Owner / Company: Horizon North Modular Solutions
Website: horizonnorth.ca
Additional URL: www.horizonnorth.ca/modular-construction/commercial/government-infrastructure/
Contact: rhys.kane@horizonnorth.ca

Horizon North have designed and built over 1500 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)

Design

Design Advantages Temporary by design (built to permanent code), the modular 3-story buildings provide single room occupancy with common amenity space, on a multi-point steel relocatable foundation
Manufacturer Identified Yes
Used for shelter in the U.S.? No, Canada only.
Prior use examples Over 1,500 units built in BC Canada
Prior use comments
Building experience comments
Intended use cases Shelters: emergency facilities that offer short-term space
Transitional housing: accommodation for six months to three years with extensive support services.
Supportive housing: long-term accommodation with varying degrees of support services depending on the needs of the users
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Roof Load (PSF) 0
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Professional Engineer Stamp? Meets California Building Code requirements for Factory Built Housing, and local permitting requirements
Conforms to ICC’s Temporary Structure and Uses Code
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Sustainability / Green Building Certifications?
Materials Used / Made of: wood-frame modular construction
Disassembly / Assembly Comments: Built to permanent code – fully relocatable (including foundation)
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Add-on Items Relocation cost for dissembly and reassembly is estimated to be approximately $1 million for 60-bed facility.
Check all items that are not included in your quote (i.e. would need to be quoted by outside party) The budget excludes site civil/infrastructure/site utility costs and all soft costs
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