Process: Build A Q-Munity

  • Let us know your ideal location and community values
  • Explore options
  • Discuss general project needs
  • Location; have a site or need a site
  • Approx size, use, layout, budget,
  • Interior or exterior architectural styles
  • View our designs and let us know of any features you like
  • Determine extent of scope required
  • View project budgets and component pricing
  • Discuss options
  • Narrow down and revise proposal
  • Sign agreement & 15% payment for design proces
  • Detailed project assessment
  • Detailed options
  • Submit permit applications
  • On approval 50% payment for component procurement
  • Secure component supply and delivery dates
  • Establish construction team
  • Prepare construction schedule
  • Handover & move in 
  • Service, check-ins and updates
  • Modification assistance  

Connected Local Sustainability

Built to future proof against climatic and economic fluctuation:

  • Localized ownership of energy, water, and waste management
  • Localized supply of baseline goods
  • Above ground, customizable and movable
  • High air tightness, seismic, and hurricane resistance
  • Healthy interior spaces for main processes
  • Local connected economics inclusive of all products and services
  • Financially productive communities 

Producing Communities

Not only should communities be self-sufficient, they can easily produce income for the community. Mechanical and technological innovations have made horticulture and agriculture clean, easy, economic and healthier than GMO produce available in stores. Hydroponics have played a key role in this. Not only does it provide free produce, it cleans internal air and provides oxygen.   

Enriched Development vs Restricted Development

  • Overall net positive construction phase
  • Convert commercial agriculture area (limit greenhouse gas emissions)
  • Social impact due to low land cost and financial sustainability

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