Institute of Swedish Safety & Security


Risk Management & Crisis Preparedness




'TINYHOUSE' PROJECT



Follow the ISSS TinyHouse project through 2015 and beyond, as we create resilience

through opportunity. Sustainable living should be available to all


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Stephen Hinton (Fellow of the Institute of Swedish Safety & Security) - pictured above

To read the interview (in Swedish) - click image above


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Contract signature day: September 11th 2015

Stockholm


Stephen Hinton - ISSS (above left),

Johan Sandwall - Investor (above centre)

Philip Wayer - ISSS (above right)

The Swedish government initiative for  refugees -


Municipalities take the greatest responsibility


The Swedish Prime Minister insists that the issue must be dealt with now:


-'We have added resources to integrate people into the community more efficiently, including language studies, validation of professional skills and fast tracking  employment. But we also see that we will have to do more, for example  housing and schools.' he said.

 

Source: Aftonbladet 9th October 2015

Read the article in Swedish

The Institute of Swedish Safety & Security have already been approached by Swedish municipalities (local authorities) to create and manage a program to help meet the challenges of meeting migrants social, emplyment and housing needs with TinyHouse production delivered by local social enterprise.


"More than ever, we are transitioning through un-usual times. We are ready to deliver 21st century solutions to municipalities facing significant challenges that have not been seen during the last 70 years."

                                        

Philip Wayer - Chairman of the Board of Members ISSS

For further information

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TinyHouse Project Build Dairy: 


Day 1 - 1st October 2015

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After months of planning - Material arrive

Just enough clearance

Cutting the chassis late in to the night

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Creating Light Beams

Cutting & grinding trailer completed

More beams & side panels for Light-Beams

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More grinding to complete the underside

Welding chassis extentions

Fabricated a jig to make light work of producing light-beams

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Light-beam assembly - side walls complete

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First side wall stud-work complete

Floor beams completed - Extended sides

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2nd side wall complete & time to move inside the barn.

2 weeks to erect the side walls, complete the roof beams and panel the sides.

Building side walls with Light-Beams

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The perfect level test!

Ready to lift the first wall frame

First wall frame up & secured

All major ground floor frame work complete

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Floor pan, roofing paper and two layers of insulation (190mm total)

This level of insulation should ensure a warm house durin the winter!

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Wall insulation 185mm thick

Wind-proof Paper wrapped

1st day of external cladding with panels

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Side wall paneling completed

First roofline choice.

Too little headsdpace for

Sleeping area

New roofline design choosen

& roof beams started

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Contact Us:

If ypou are interested in finding out more about our 'TinyHouse' project and our 'TinyHouse Program' please contact us for further information.


Whether you are interested for yourself, you are from a kommun, university or media, you are welcome to call and even arrange a visit to our 'TinyHouse Fabriken'.


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Sleeping Loft floor being laid

Philip Wayer

Chairman of the Board of Members