In a recent announcement Humaneity has welcomed All Trades Queensland to join as a build Partner on the Tiny House project. This Partnership means that students and apprentices from All Trades Queenslands Shailer Park facility will get to work on the Humaneity Tiny House project as part of their course.
Mike Bareham, General Manager Training at All Trades Queensland says,’ The Humaneity Tiny House project is a great opportunity for our students at All Trades Queensland to gain greater experience working on a real world project. The students will also benefit knowing that the Tiny House will be used for a positive social impact in our community when the build is complete.’
The Tiny House build at All Trades Queensland will begin on May 2nd, 2017. It is expected to take around five weeks for the Tiny House to be built. The 18.75 sqm home will be built on a dual axle trailer that is seven and a half meters long, by two and a half meters wide.
Founder and CEO of Humaneity Mark Philpott added, ‘ We are thrilled to welcome All Trades Queensland to this project as it truly is a perfect fit. It has always been one of our aims of this journey to include as many young Australians as possible in the design and building phase of the Tiny House project’.
Humaneity has commenced loading videos on it’s YouTube channel that will share with viewers the many interesting steps of building the Tiny House as well as the products and innovations that are going into the home. You can view these videos at www. m.youtube.com/user/Humaneity