27 Jun '17, 3pm

London's Marston Court transforms shipping containers into emergency housing for the homeless

London's Marston Court transforms shipping containers into emergency housing for the homeless

components in their production facility in Cornwall. The company’s founder Gregg Curtis said: “Homelessness is an issue that is always critical at any scale, We need to design and develop more solutions to these issues. Our focus is on providing real products to do that. And working in partnerships with organizations that can deploy those solutions at scale is critical.”

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