Sprung Structures Navigation Center

Sprung Structures Navigation Center

Sprung Structures Navigation Center

Sprung Structures

Springing up in the deserts of the Middle East to the mountains of Lake Tahoe, the Sprung Structures’ modernized extruded aluminum arches - spanning more than 100 feet - are opening up new possibilities for large, high-density shelter solutions.

Ready (In Stock)


150 beds / 18,000 square-foot interior

$20,000 / resident

Medium Term (1-10 years)

30 days offsite4 days onsite

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Concept Owner / Company: Sprung Structures (by RPM Team)
Website: www.sprung.com/structures/municipal-buildings/homeless-shelters/

Design-Build Team: www.rpm-team.com  
Contact: david@rpm-team.com

These Navigation Centers are 3-month-stay enrollment programs designed to alleviate the pressures of living on the street to support the demands of looking for work or affordable, long-term housing. Navigation Centers come complete with dormitories, dining and community space, warming or pantry kitchens, bathrooms, showers, laundry, storage, and administration, intake, offices, and meetings rooms. The buildings are pre-engineered for rapid deployment, erect quickly for accelerated installations, and provide bright airy interior space that is warm and inviting.

  • Quoted Total Cost: $3,000,000
  • Planned Occupancy (1 person/bed): 150 beds
  • Estimated Cost Per Bed: $20,000
  • Quote’s Total Interior Square Footage: 18,000 sqft
  • Quote Includes # Units: 1 structure
  • Used for Shelter Before: Yes, examples in the U.S.
  • Readiness: Ready (In Stock)
  • In Stock / Ready to Ship Today: Yes
  • Manufacturer Identified and Available: N/A
  • Setup Speed: 60 days
  • Setup Difficulty: Moderate (prefab assembly)
  • % Built Onsite: >75% – Majority of Structure Assembled and/or Built On-Site
  • Portability: Portable (after major disassembly)
  • Intended Use of Shelter: Medium Term (1-10 years)


Used for shelter before?Yes
Used for shelter in the U.S.?Yes
If so, list examplesKern County, City of Sacramento, City and County of San Francisco, City and County of Los Angeles, Orange County, City of San Diego, Father Joes, Veterans Village, Lucky Duck Foundation, City of Toronto, Oregon Harbor of Hope, Fresno Rescue Mission, Leeward Coast
Prior use comments
Building experience comments
Intended use casesFacilities have been used for quarantine, Covid-19 isolation, families, couples, single males & females, temporary hospitals, ICU centers
R-value (insulation)21-30
Risk CategoryII
Roof Load (PSF)40
Indoor Clearance Height (ft)30
Professional Engineer Stamp?In house PE stamps all 50 states and internationally.
Conforms to ICC’s Temporary Structure and Uses CodeYes.
Other Structural / Safety CommentsFully code compliant for temporary and permanent uses.
Sustainability / Green Building Certifications?LEED Silver.
Materials Used / Made of:Aluminum I-beam, polyurethane membrane, and R25 or R30 insulation.
Disassembly / Assembly Comments:Erected in 2,000 SF a day.
Ideal Mounting SurfacesSoil (Dirt/Grass), Asphalt / Parking Lot, Other
Anchoring ProcessWith limited foundation requirements, the structures can anchor to existing asphalt or dirt with earth anchors, or be anchored to a dedicated concrete slab that only requires a thickened edge for the footing.



ItemCost ($)Notes
Budget Total$3,000,000
Total Per Bed$20,000
Total Per Unit$20,000
Add-on Items
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Possible Delivery Method(s)Regular-sized trailer


Design (days)15
Production (days)15
Site Prep (days)4
Delivery (days)4
Total (days)60
Amount in Inventory (#)Unlimited
Production CapacityUnlimited
Production LocationSLC/UT/US