Safe Ground Cabin Prototype Unveiling this September

Helping to solve homelessness in Sacramento, California with tiny houses.

Safe Ground Prototype Cabin will be displayed at Cesar Chavez Park, Sacramentofrom September 19 through September 22.

The Safe Ground 10 x 12 foot sleeping cabin design has been developed by a Safe Ground Volunteer Cabin Design Team consisting of Kerrin West of Studio 81, Michael O’Brien of Pressey and Associates, and Kyle Wicky of Mogavero Notestine Associates, all three from the Sacramento area. Their unique design utilizes factory built, insulated panels as the major structural components. Each panel is manufactured to include predesigned electrical components, as well as windows and doors. The exterior is covered with durable hardi-trim siding and long lasting paint.”

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