Below are a series of photos showing the TShel2 assembly.
|(left) Unpacking the shelter package. (right) Assembling the legs and elevated first floor.|
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|(left) Assembling the steel shelter frame. (right) Attaching the second and third floors.|
|(left) Frame finished (right) Attaching exterior walls made from corrugated polypropylene|
|(both) Attaching more corrugated polypropylene walls. The walls and roof are made from this material which is UV resistant, fire-retardant, and water proof.|
|(left) Final walls piece (right) Last but not least come the windows, vents and door installation.|
|from package to home|
|The shelter rests on telescoping legs that can be raised or lowered to keep the shelter level on uneven terrain.|
For any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org and special thanks to our wonderful photographer Laurel Cummings!
|TShel2 (Uber Shelter) in a sea of tarps in the Adokin/Accra IDP camp, Port-au-Prince. The shelter is available for viewing|