Build Us H.O.P.E. (Housing Opportunities Provided for Everyone) is the outreach and development arm for Singleton Community Services. The founders have a history of advocacy on behalf of the homeless, disabled and mentally ill. They also have experience in providing housing and supportive services within this community. Grass-roots initiatives, such as Build Us H.O.P.E., are looking to create communities with a combination of private, corporate and government resources.
The GreenLight Solutions Build Us H.O.P.E. project team is currently engaged in facilitating the building of an innovative tiny home community. We will be offering assistance to transcend traditional business practices to one that fits on a platform geared toward a healthy, sustainable operation. The specific tasks and actions related to adopting and implementing sustainability will be shaped to match Build Us H.O.P.E.’s vision, mission statement, and business model. Currently the team is assessing the feasibility of building materials evaluated by multiple matrices comparing cost, environmental impact, health, community, maintenance, time, energy, and other variables that will impact the sustainability of the project.
Written by Chris Bromley
Project Team: Chris Bromley (Project Lead), Conner Cameron, Sara Haidle, Mackenzie McGuffie, Manasa Rao, Ben Strouse