GLOBAL MFR

Global Manufacturers team has diverse & comprehensive backgrounds complimented from both non-profit and private sector fields

Their expertise collectively has birthed a solid team compassionate about the need for housing amidst the rise in crisis throughout the world that has left thousands of families homeless. They designed their housing models with the premise of meeting the individuals basic needs in addition to creating awareness regarding the need for a “home” instead of merely a shelter after a forced resettlement.

EFFECTIVE
DISASTER RELIEF…

is at the forefront of the world’s consciousness. What does one do when their home and belongings have been destroyed?

All over the world whether it is due to fire, floods, hurricanes, or any other natural or man-made disaster, there is a need for disaster relief shelters.

In the calm after the storm, victims are left to pick up the pieces. Temporary shelters are a key part of the recovery process to begin to rebuild lives when a disaster has left families homeless with just the clothes on their backs.​

OUR TEAM

Is anyone ever ready to deal with what happens after the storm; whether it be a natural or man-made disaster?

We are!

HUA CHAU

Chief Executive Officer

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DARA CHAU

Chief Operating Officer

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WILLIAM L. CLOSE

Chief Technical Officer

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UL Microbial Resistance Claim Validation

A testing protocol has been established to determine how susceptible or resistant a product may be to mold growth. Based on ASTM Standard D 6329, this test is designed specifically to address indoor air quality (IAQ) issues.

GREENGUARD

Simply put, GREENGUARD Certification ensures that a product meets some of the world’s most rigorous and comprehensive standards for low emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into indoor air.

GREENGUARD GOLD

In addition to limiting the emissions of more than 360 different VOCs and other chemical emissions, GREENGUARD Gold Certified products must also comply with requirements of the State of California’s Department of Public Health “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers, Version 1.1 (2010)” (also known as California Section 01350) for testing chemical emissions from building products used in schools and other environments. GREENGUARD Gold Certified products can be used to earn valuable credits in the CHPS Best Practices Manual for K-12 schools, the US Green Building Council’s LEED® Green Building Rating Systems, the Green Guide for Healthcare, the NAHB Green Building Guidelines, Green Globes, Regreen and many other building codes, standards and specifications.