The mission of  gimmeshelter  is to provide for the physical need for shelter and the social need for community for person...
A Design for a Disaster Relief Village For the People of Haiti Using Sprung Instant Structures © Glen A. Stancik
According to the Haitian government, since the earthquake of January 12, 2010, “there are still some 1.2 million people in...
Beams
Dormitory lower panels
Dormitory upper panels
Dormitory for 94 People
Dormitory for 94 People
Toilet / Shower / Laundry Pod Plan
<ul><ul><ul><li>  </li></ul></ul></ul>Toilet / Shower / Laundry Pod
Toilet / Shower / Laundry Pod
Complete Village Admin/Law Enforcement Dormitory Wash Pod Courtyard Courtyard Courtyard Courtyard
Integrated Dormitory / Washroom Plan for 88 People
<ul><li>Integrated Dormitory / Washroom for 88 People </li></ul><ul><li>Lower Level </li></ul>
<ul><li>Integrated Dormitory / Washroom for 88 People  </li></ul><ul><li>Upper Level </li></ul>
<ul><li>Integrated Dormitory / Washroom for 88 People </li></ul>Moveable Ventilation Panels
Time Frame to Build Per 2 Dormitories / 1  Wash Pod 30’X110’ Sprung Building   Erection Time   Six Days 40’X40’ Sprung Bui...
Costs to Build Per 2 Dormitories / 1  Wash Pod 30’X110’ Sprung Building $  65,424 Freight (to Port Miami) $  6,300 Technic...
Advantages Of Sprung Instant Structures Easy shipping Speedy assembly and erection Use of local workers Hurricane and seis...
Other Applications For Disaster Relief
Dining Facilities
Dining Facilities
Dining Facilities
Homeless Shelters
Medical Facilities
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Disaster Relief Village

  1. 1. The mission of gimmeshelter is to provide for the physical need for shelter and the social need for community for persons who have been displaced by natural and man-made disasters. http://www.gimmeshelter.gs
  2. 2. A Design for a Disaster Relief Village For the People of Haiti Using Sprung Instant Structures © Glen A. Stancik
  3. 3. According to the Haitian government, since the earthquake of January 12, 2010, “there are still some 1.2 million people in 460 spontaneously organised camps. Of these, 250,000 people live in 21 of these camps presenting major risks for the well-being and safety of their inhabitants.” 1 With the hurricane season upon us, it is important to establish shelter for these people that is quickly accessible, affordable, and resistant to the natural elements that threaten them. In addition to the obvious physical challenges, there are also social needs to be addressed. Structures that give the displaced people of Haiti personal dignity and planning that makes communities possible and manageable are also matters of high priority. The proposed design that follows is an attempt to address those needs. 1 Section 4.3.1 of the Action plan for national recovery and development of Haiti - Key Initiatives for the Future (March 2010)
  4. 4. Beams
  5. 5. Dormitory lower panels
  6. 6. Dormitory upper panels
  7. 7. Dormitory for 94 People
  8. 8. Dormitory for 94 People
  9. 9. Toilet / Shower / Laundry Pod Plan
  10. 10. <ul><ul><ul><li> </li></ul></ul></ul>Toilet / Shower / Laundry Pod
  11. 11. Toilet / Shower / Laundry Pod
  12. 12. Complete Village Admin/Law Enforcement Dormitory Wash Pod Courtyard Courtyard Courtyard Courtyard
  13. 13. Integrated Dormitory / Washroom Plan for 88 People
  14. 14. <ul><li>Integrated Dormitory / Washroom for 88 People </li></ul><ul><li>Lower Level </li></ul>
  15. 15. <ul><li>Integrated Dormitory / Washroom for 88 People </li></ul><ul><li>Upper Level </li></ul>
  16. 16. <ul><li>Integrated Dormitory / Washroom for 88 People </li></ul>Moveable Ventilation Panels
  17. 17. Time Frame to Build Per 2 Dormitories / 1 Wash Pod 30’X110’ Sprung Building Erection Time Six Days 40’X40’ Sprung Building Erection Time Five Days Installation of Interior Panels & Doors 1150 man hours ( 12 men X 8 days)
  18. 18. Costs to Build Per 2 Dormitories / 1 Wash Pod 30’X110’ Sprung Building $ 65,424 Freight (to Port Miami) $ 6,300 Technician $ 3,000 Labor to erect $ 432* TOTAL $ 75,156 X2 $ 150,312 40’X40’ Sprung Building $ 36,524 Freight (to Port Miami) $ 6,300 Technician $ 2,500 Labor to erect $ 150* TOTAL $ 45,474 Interior Panels & Doors Materials $ 12,778 Labor $ 7,060 GRAND TOTAL $ 215,624** ($1,150/person) *Based on wage of 75¢/hour paid by the United Nations Development Program. ** Costs not included are shipping from Miami to Port-au-Prince and land and site development.
  19. 19. Advantages Of Sprung Instant Structures Easy shipping Speedy assembly and erection Use of local workers Hurricane and seismic resistance Large clear span design Limited or no foundations required Modular design: relocatable and expandable Optional insulation packages Easily air conditioned or heated 30 year aluminum structure warranty 20 year membrane warranty Diverse future applications • Health Care facilities • Schools • Civic and governmental facilities
  20. 20. Other Applications For Disaster Relief
  21. 21. Dining Facilities
  22. 22. Dining Facilities
  23. 23. Dining Facilities
  24. 24. Homeless Shelters
  25. 25. Medical Facilities
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