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Residential Shipping Container Primer (RSCP™)

Residential Shipping Container Primer (RSCP™)
Action It. Building a house is no small feet. Even a small one. There are thousands of materials, pieces, and tasks involved. Unless you are a builder or experienced it's intimidating. But, what containers as perfect modules allow you to do, is simplify the entire process. I. Finish construction documents for your shipping container home and submit to building authority for permitting. Submit construction documents to factory for pricing and engineering of container modules. Clarifications to building authority and factory as required . Get required permits from building authority. Submittal of construction documents to general and sub contractors. Execute purchase order of container modules from factory. II. Site Work Begin grading work including any required excavation for foundation, utilities, storm water management, and septic.Bring required utilities to site.Install septic system and any storm water management system if required. Foundation Container Modifications Install fixtures. III. Related:  containersshipping containers

Shipping Container Housing Guide Shipping Container Plan and Section Details | Residential Shipping Container Primer (RSCP™) Below are typical shipping container home plan and section details including floor, roof, walls, glazing and container connections. You can email here if you are looking for anything specific not shown. Typical Container Connection at End-wall Plan Detail Typical Container Connection Plan Detail Typical Container Termination Plan Detail Typical Exterior Container Back Wall Typical Container Floor Section Detail Typical Exterior Container Wall Typical Interior Container Wall Typical Roof Section Detail

Welcome to Urban Organics Hydroponics, your premier Maryland hydroponics, organics, and aquaponics source proposal for L'Oreal Products Company in Stockholm, Sweden. Developer : L’Oreal products company Area(sq.m) : 100 X 6 floors Designer : IAMZ Design Studio Website : www.iamz.org Architect : Ahmed Elseyofi Website : www.seyofi.info Technical Supervision : Dilman Majid Project Description The L’Oreal Group is the world's largest cosmetics and Beauty Company. With its registered office in Paris and head office in the Paris suburb of Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine, France, it has developed activities in the field of cosmetics. Concept : of the shape , but we try to show the idea through the lines and holes on the elevations taken from water's shapes , which reflect the spirit of the natural beauty of the company products, which makes the customer more beautiful and freshness.

Healing herbs reference database This page is reserved for Site Members - Shipping Container Homes - How to Plan, Design and Build your own House out of Cargo Containers This page is reserved for Site Members Existing members, please click here to login. If you are interested in learning more then you can become a Member of the site to access the Premium Resources Library. As a Premium Member you will get unrestricted access to all our education and training and design resources for life, including a free copy of our 3D Shipping Container Home Design Software, Interviews with experts etc, Container Home Design Profiles etc for just $199 $47 ! Just $199 $47 ! There are 100 17 Premium Life Memberships left at this Price then it goes Up ! Minimum requirements for all versions of the 3D Software are as follows. 1, Windows Operating System only, the software will not run on an Apple Mac. - Note only the software is Windows only – all videos and supporting information is platform independent. 2, You must have a separate style plug-in mouse ( the mouse pad built into laptops is not suitable for 3D work ) 3, You must have a 3d graphic card installed on your PC

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE CONTAINERS / by Luís De Garrido The book aims to demonstrate a methodology for sustainable architecture using containers. The containers have been designed to store and transport goods over long distances, and in a tight, economical and safe way. However, it also happens, the curious coincidence that the spaces that have been designed for storing and transporting goods, have a proper human scale. That is, they are also valid for designing living spaces. However, do not forget that the containers have not been designed to be lived in. Therefore, the first thing to be done when using containers in architecture is to ensure the minimum conditions of habitability inside. Therefore, Luis De Garrido analyzes all actions to be carried out in order to make habitable the buildings made ​​by containers, and also achieve real sustainable architecture using them. These actions include: 1. To illustrate the process, Luis De Garrido analyzes -exhaustively- 4 model buildings that he has projected using containers:

Our Publications | The kindling Trust Please click on the title to view the publication Visioning Sustainable Food in Manchester in 2020 In preparation for Manchester's Climate Change Sustainable Food Steering Group meeting in April 2010, The Kindling Trust brought together a small focus group of sustainable food practitioners to vision the City's food sector in a decades time Finding a Sustainable Food System for Manchester Research carried out by Helen Woodcock, as part of an MSc in organic farming, to explore a successful trading model to increase access to sustainable fruit and vegetables in Greater Manchester. Increasing Access to Sustainable Food in Manchester Lessons From Co-Operatives, Organic School Food Initiatives and Communities in Spain, Catalunya, the Basque Country and Beyond Sustainable Fayre Report. A History of Feeding Manchester. New Smithfield Wholesale Market Report Report into Manchester's New Smithfield Wholesale Fruit & Vegetable Market (NSM) and its role in the city’s food supply

Architecture Brunelleschi, in the building of the dome of Florence Cathedral in the early 15th-century, not only transformed the building and the city, but also the role and status of the architect.[1][2] Architecture (Latin architectura, after the Greek ἀρχιτέκτων – arkhitekton – from ἀρχι- "chief" and τέκτων "builder, carpenter, mason") is both the process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical structures. Architectural works, in the material form of buildings, are often perceived as cultural symbols and as works of art. "Architecture" can mean: Architecture has to do with planning, designing and constructing form, space and ambience to reflect functional, technical, social, environmental and aesthetic considerations. The word "architecture" has also been adopted to describe other designed systems, especially in information technology.[3] Theory of architecture[edit] Historic treatises[edit] Modern concepts of architecture[edit] History[edit]

9 Very Common Figure Drawing Mistakes, And How to Avoid Them Over the last twenty-five years I have spent my fair share of time drawing and studying the human figure. As a result, I’ve come across several (actually, nine) common figure-drawing mistakes over and over again. Like any other art process, figure drawing is a fluid activity and impossible to pin down with exact rules—but if your goal is to create a more convincing life drawing, then these next few ideas will certainly help. Here are the nine common figure-drawing mistakes, along with their solutions: Mistake #1 – Drawing without a goal in sight More often than not, people immediately begin sketching without establishing some kind of intention in their mind first. Solution: Pause for a moment before beginning your drawing and to look at what you see in front of you. Mistake #2 – Failing to keep the figure on the page It’s always shame when heads, arms or feet get unintentionally cut out of a drawing, just because the artist has run out of room on the paper.

Homesteading with a Shipping Container House, Part I - Truth is Treason Posted on Apr 26, 2010 in Alternative Energy & Architecture , Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts Kevin Hayden Years ago, I saw a picture of a shipping container house. Here I am, years later, and I am just now starting my project. I know there are many people out there who will say, “That’s to ensure others against a poorly made structure…” “That’s so that a uniform safety standard is achieved.” So through my searches and aggravation, I finally discovered a small plot of land north east of the Oklahoma City metro. After talking to the land owners (a small, local real estate company), I discovered that they imposed building restrictions, too. After thinking about it from a “typical home” perspective, I interpreted this restriction as meaning the home site should have 4 walls, a roof and painted/finished exterior within 9 months. With this land company, they even offered to finance the cost of a new septic to be installed. I close the land deal in a few days and will post updates along the way.

re;char interview on Mashable Name: re:char Big Idea: Utilize organic waste to create carbon-negative charcoal, a substance that pulls CO2 from the air and helps crops grow taller and stronger. Why It's Working: Re:char's mission is about providing farmers — both at home and in developing countries such as Kenya — with conservation-oriented soil-boosting complexes that can double food output compared to traditional farming methods. How do you convince longtime traditional farmers that they could produce 200% more food every crop season if they mix their soil with specially-designed charcoal? "It's hard to get them to do anything out of their routine because it's very risky for them, especially when you're talking about their livelihood," says Aramburu. But once they saw the bountiful corn stalks that re:char could grow on Kenyan soil, they began to listen. The benefits of this charcoal are twofold: The chemical makeup of the biochar pulls carbon dioxide from the air and then feeds it back in the soil.

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