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      05-10-2019, 02:25 PM   #45
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Have you guys checked on city codes, state regulations, etc...? Those would be bigger issues than the product and design.

Another thing to consider is the politics. You are trying to undercut a traditional home builder.

My uncle used to import these container homes from China to New Zealand (4-5 years ago). There were a lot of regulations involved and he eventually did not find it to be worth the time and moved on to other business.

Another area that may worth for you to look into is the commercial/industrial side. For example, providing office spaces or warehouse spaces. Less restrictions.
I know there's a Mexican restaurant in Hamilton Ontario that's used containers.
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These container homes are pretty cool, I have definitely looked into them before. Good luck on the venture and look forward to seeing your first one.

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Have you guys checked on city codes, state regulations, etc...? Those would be bigger issues than the product and design.
Yeah I'm sure other states are way more lenient but from what I saw about building a container home in CA it was kind of pointless since the building codes and stuff are ridiculous. Pretty much have to frame up the whole container which at that point why not just build an actual regular wood framed house.
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Very interesting. I think this is something that could take off.

Good luck on this!

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HGTV already has a show around this style of construction: https://www.hgtv.com/shows/container-homes

That being said, I think it is a great up-cycling use of conex boxes (shipping containers).
Thank and Yes!

That show was one of the research points and helped to drive the decision to move forward.

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The models pictured in the OP look amazing!!

I wish you nothing but success as you expand on your new hobby.

Would you be able to build these on any lot or space in the US...?

Please forgive my ignorance on this topic, as I have been serving since I was 19, so never looked into buying or owning property as a single Male minimalist, who has to pick up stakes every 3-5 years.

If possible, I would love to reach out to you in about 3 years when it's time to retire because if there can be built pretty much anywhere, I would love a model designed similar to some of the pics that have a modern, self sustaining design for a guy who just wants a place to enjoy working on fixing and cleaning my toys and enjoying a drink in front of an amazing home entertainment system as I start a new career field.

Keep me in mind!
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Super cool, MK! But will there be enough room in the livingroom for me to get my prancercize on? Gotta keep in shape you know.
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With many housing markets in need of starter and entry level homes, this should be a huge success. I would imagine one of the bigger hurdles with a project like this getting the buy in from cities and counties for approval to build what is probably considered non-standard construction. This is an awesome project. I wish you the best of luck.
Thanks Jason.

These are great points and the team we have assembled has politics in mind. The foray in the underserved housing market for entry level homes is based on creating a market wedge in that market. The reason for this are manifold:

1. Introduce the planning commission to the concept as a solution for their challenge of entry level and low-income homes which are exciting and affordable. (Begins Tuesday)

2. Use positive PR for the project to engage local sustainability advocates and get their buy-in on the project and political horsepower on their side. (Starts Thursday)

3. Use the first completed home as a model for any potential political stakeholders.

4. Engage a local media partner (already done) to provide air cover and normalize the concept within the community.

5. Find the local hipster population and get their buy in. (J/K)

These are broad strokes but provide a basic framework of our intentions.

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How do you insulate these homes to get them up to code minimum? Insulation inside the metal shell or outside the shell?
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I'm surprised how many people on here have never seen/heard about building with shipping containers! Maybe since I'm a millennial and my generation is part of the "waiting longer to start a family and buying your first home because of student debt" movement lol, but I stumbled upon shipping container homes for their relatively low cost compared to traditional builds and the modern/contemporary aesthetics of them.

The shipping containers themselves come in various lengths and heights and once you start moving them around like legos, putting in windows/walls, incorporating other material with the containers, paint, etc. you'll be shocked how similar they can look to a regular home (on the inside and outside). Obviously, you can keep them looking exactly as a shipping container (raw and rusted) or you can incorporate it into your more contemporary design and use them as elements which is how most of the photos show them that the OP posted.

Another great thing about them is that they are quite energy efficient and strong once a foundation is poured and price per sq/feet wise, you can't beat it. What's more, your average shipping container home can be completed in less than 4 weeks.

I've actually kept a note in my phone for the last 18 months that I update every so often detailing what I'd want in my shipping container loft. There are quite a few blogs/websites out there that have great content. YouTube is also a great place to find them as they can sometimes be mixed in with tiny homes even though they aren't tiny lol.

Good luck with your endeavor! I wish you nothing but the best. I think it's a great idea and coming from someone like myself, I think you'll get a lot of interest.
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Thanks for the question. Spray in insulation inside the standard framework we will install. Basically a frame, similar to that of stick-built construction is placed inside the container to increase rigidity as well as provide the foundation hide conduits for wiring and piping as well as to hang the sheetrock.

It's not dissimilar from stick-built in many ways however the economy with beginning from a semi-completed structure is nearly unbeatable.

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I'm surprised how many people on here have never seen/heard about building with shipping containers! Maybe since I'm a millennial and my generation is part of the "waiting longer to start a family and buying your first home because of student debt" movement lol, but I stumbled upon shipping container homes for their relatively low cost compared to traditional builds and the modern/contemporary aesthetics of them.

The shipping containers themselves come in various lengths and heights and once you start moving them around like legos, putting in windows/walls, incorporating other material with the containers, paint, etc. you'll be shocked how similar they can look to a regular home (on the inside and outside). Obviously, you can keep them looking exactly as a shipping container (raw and rusted) or you can incorporate it into your more contemporary design and use them as elements which is how most of the photos show them that the OP posted.

Another great thing about them is that they are quite energy efficient and strong once a foundation is poured and price per sq/feet wise, you can't beat it. What's more, your average shipping container home can be completed in less than 4 weeks.

I've actually kept a note in my phone for the last 18 months that I update every so often detailing what I'd want in my shipping container loft. There are quite a few blogs/websites out there that have great content. YouTube is also a great place to find them as they can sometimes be mixed in with tiny homes even though they aren't tiny lol.

Good luck with your endeavor! I wish you nothing but the best. I think it's a great idea and coming from someone like myself, I think you'll get a lot of interest.
Thanks for the input!

Like many, I had seen it but didn't take the time to delve into it in any detail until an opportunity and need arose.

I think your demographic is perfect for this type of home and should accelerate the ability of first time home buyers in many places to purchase a home of good quality at a reasonable price.

I'll definitely keep the thread updated.

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This is uber cool - please keep us posted.
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I'm surprised how many people on here have never seen/heard about building with shipping containers! Maybe since I'm a millennial and my generation is part of the "waiting longer to start a family and buying your first home because of student debt" movement lol, but I stumbled upon shipping container homes for their relatively low cost compared to traditional builds and the modern/contemporary aesthetics of them.

The shipping containers themselves come in various lengths and heights and once you start moving them around like legos, putting in windows/walls, incorporating other material with the containers, paint, etc. you'll be shocked how similar they can look to a regular home (on the inside and outside). Obviously, you can keep them looking exactly as a shipping container (raw and rusted) or you can incorporate it into your more contemporary design and use them as elements which is how most of the photos show them that the OP posted.

Another great thing about them is that they are quite energy efficient and strong once a foundation is poured and price per sq/feet wise, you can't beat it. What's more, your average shipping container home can be completed in less than 4 weeks.

I've actually kept a note in my phone for the last 18 months that I update every so often detailing what I'd want in my shipping container loft. There are quite a few blogs/websites out there that have great content. YouTube is also a great place to find them as they can sometimes be mixed in with tiny homes even though they aren't tiny lol.

Good luck with your endeavor! I wish you nothing but the best. I think it's a great idea and coming from someone like myself, I think you'll get a lot of interest.

I have seen some shipping container builds for commercial use around here, and a few one off home builds using containers online. I have yet to see larger housing projects/developments use them though, so that's what I find highly intriguing about this project.
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Most of the larger shipping containers are insulated already. I spent years living in these in the military, one of our checkpoints also had one that we worked out of. In Afghanistan, we lived out of them, showers, and all. If you want to sign on a network engineer as well, I'm always available. I'm in the Des Moines area.
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Long ago and far away in my previous life I worked for a foreign freight forwarder. Steamship lines at the time were apprehensive about shipping to certain African countries (donít recall if east or west Africa) because people were stealing or not returning the empty containers and living in them. Obviously they were just living in the shell of the steel container. Who would have thought this could be done. Great idea and opportunity for gentrification and affordable housing.
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Very interested - right now we're working on a project/challenge called the Solar Decathlon with some friends from school, and our design is very similar to the whole concept of a self-sufficient container home (net zero design is the objective).

If I remember correctly a team from Netherlands(?) built a lego-like structure using containers/something very similar to containers a few years ago for solar decathlon. I'll PM you if I find it

Also, maybe I'm not the one to say this to you but look into modular construction past just shipping containers. The industry is heading that way and it's very promising - Skender for example has a few prototypes of modular homes. Their chief design officer especially has a very big hard on for modular construction.

Let me know if you guys are hiring interns
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I know there's a Mexican restaurant in Hamilton Ontario that's used containers.
Thanks for the info. Now the real question is whether or not they serve some horrible bastardized version of Mexican Poutine.

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These container homes are pretty cool, I have definitely looked into them before. Good luck on the venture and look forward to seeing your first one.

Yeah I'm sure other states are way more lenient but from what I saw about building a container home in CA it was kind of pointless since the building codes and stuff are ridiculous. Pretty much have to frame up the whole container which at that point why not just build an actual regular wood framed house.
The head of the planning and zoning committee is my fraternity brother. We will work closely to educate him, the department and his inspectors which should reduce the learning curve and cut through any red tape.

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Most of the larger shipping containers are insulated already. I spent years living in these in the military, one of our checkpoints also had one that we worked out of. In Afghanistan, we lived out of them, showers, and all. If you want to sign on a network engineer as well, I'm always available. I'm in the Des Moines area.
Awesome information! I will PM you as we get closer to chat a bit though Des Moines is a bit of a long commute to Louisiana!!

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Long ago and far away in my previous life I worked for a foreign freight forwarder. Steamship lines at the time were apprehensive about shipping to certain African countries (don’t recall if east or west Africa) because people were stealing or not returning the empty containers and living in them. Obviously they were just living in the shell of the steel container. Who would have thought this could be done. Great idea and opportunity for gentrification and affordable housing.
Thanks! It's amazing how many of these containers are in existence. Since I've been doing the research, I've tried to put a number on them but it's clearly a fools' errand. For the affordable housing venture, we are attempting to get both the land donated by the city and the containers donated by many different organizations. The lower we can keep the hard costs, the more affordable the housing can be for the families. We have a unique opportunity with the revitalization pice: We can actually work to keep families in the area and not price them out of the market. It will be a win win and allow a blending of new and vital energy into neighborhoods without destroying the history of the area.

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Very interested - right now we're working on a project/challenge called the Solar Decathlon with some friends from school, and our design is very similar to the whole concept of a self-sufficient container home (net zero design is the objective).

If I remember correctly a team from Netherlands(?) built a lego-like structure using containers/something very similar to containers a few years ago for solar decathlon. I'll PM you if I find it

Also, maybe I'm not the one to say this to you but look into modular construction past just shipping containers. The industry is heading that way and it's very promising - Skender for example has a few prototypes of modular homes. Their chief design officer especially has a very big hard on for modular construction.

Let me know if you guys are hiring interns
Thanks for the update Pickle! It's good to be posting outside of the Dating Thread!

There are quite a few fantastic designs from Europe and they definitely provide a guidepost for the team. I do love the modular construction and think it has it's place. I think the two design theories exist to complement each other. I like the recycling and sustainability achieved using the containers. Speed of construction is an advantage both share as well as ultimate flexibility.

PM me if you get any additional information or place it up here! Thanks!
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The models pictured in the OP look amazing!!

I wish you nothing but success as you expand on your new hobby.

Would you be able to build these on any lot or space in the US...?

Please forgive my ignorance on this topic, as I have been serving since I was 19, so never looked into buying or owning property as a single Male minimalist, who has to pick up stakes every 3-5 years.

If possible, I would love to reach out to you in about 3 years when it's time to retire because if there can be built pretty much anywhere, I would love a model designed similar to some of the pics that have a modern, self sustaining design for a guy who just wants a place to enjoy working on fixing and cleaning my toys and enjoying a drink in front of an amazing home entertainment system as I start a new career field.

Keep me in mind!
Thanks for your service.

Whenever you are ready I will give you the plans for nothing and help walk you through the construction acquisition and construction of your materials.

Now about me using that Duc during the weekend you're assembling your home...

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I will definitely reach out when the time is right.

As far as the Duc goes, I'm waiting to see how the 100 year anniversario intrigues me when it debuts in/around 2024-2025... I'll let you take that one out for a spin after my house is built
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Deal!

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