Posted by Peter Camileri on September 30, 2002 at 05:57:05:
In Reply to: Re: Low Cost Housing posted by Femi Babalola on September 07, 2002 at 05:08:17:
Dear Miss Femi Babalola,
Firstly i would like to thank you greatly for you input on the posting within the design forum. I would like to cover some of your queries in the following e mail.
In the design I have stayed away from the traditional emergency shelter. I believe that these systems are quick and nasty. My system incorporates an actual house. The house is rectangular in shape and is six metres wide and eight metres long. This house, although a little small is totall flexible in its internal layout. The roof is a twenty two and a half degrees pitched type with gable ends. The roof also incorporates a 450 wide eaves section. The floor is built off steel piers which are set on concrete pads. The floor boards are of re-manufactured timber type and can be supplied in treated material for pest prone areas. As I mentioned in the design forum the design is being completed.
I would also lke to take the opportunity at this time to talk sizes. Should the design above not be quite the size that you had in mind let me know what size of house you need and then let me see if I can modify the design into somethin more tailored to your needs.
Also do you have any quantities in mind? This may help me to negotiate better prices with my suppliers and I can supply and better deal to you.
Eagerly awaiting your response
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