World Shelters is on the leading edge of transitional shelter. With our TranShel, we are demonstrating the viability and effectiveness of frameless hard-panel (“shell”) structures for transitional shelter purposes. Four agencies were asked to develop a design that met the requirements of the Transitional Shelter Standards drafted by the Shelter Centre (the NGO supporting the humanitarian community in post-conflict and disaster shelter and housing). We were the only agency that both met the Requirements Checklist within the time-frame and that were able to produce a production-ready shelter for display at the Shelter Consortium meeting in Geneva (May 2009).
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- Very low price point
- Meets and exceeds functional requirements for emergency transitional shelter
- Easily modified to local cultures & materials
- Rectangular floor plan
- Can serve as roof on any wall one meter or taller, or can come with its own Riser Wall panels for complete shelter.
- Production ready
Our success in this 10-week project indicates our ability to rapidly develop a broad line of shell structures that achieve the performance requirements of the current Transitional Shelter Standards. For more information about the TranShel, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-822-6600.
Click Here to download the engineering analysis of the TransShel.
Click Here to download for a summary of information on the TranShel.
Click Here to view the photo album of the TranShel being assembled at the Shelter Centre in Geneva.