Many community officials, non-profit agencies, churches, boards of directors and municipal agencies have already chosen to make Sprung their homeless shelter building solution. Sprung structures have been used as emergency housing in several areas of disaster recovery, and as homeless shelters for establishments like Pai'olu Kaiaulu in Hawaii.
A Sprung structure is the ideal solution for a homeless shelter because of its low construction costs, limited foundation requirements, quick buildcapability, and its sophisticated interior environment that can accommodate separate rooms and communal areas. Sprung’s bright, clearspan spaces provide shelters with a natural environment for living, while an energy-efficient insulation package means comfortable climate-controllability and lower overall operating costs.
As a long-term or temporary solution to emergency housing, Sprung structures offer homeless shelters the option for relocatability and a variety of flexible accessories that perfectly suit any building needs.
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