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Veerhouse Voda Builds a Burn Centre for Médecins Sans Frontières in Haïti

French Translation Veerhouse Voda, maker of disaster-resilient housing, emergency structures and community spaces, is announcing a new collaboration with Doctors without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to upgrade its burn center in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This is the second-time MSF has contracted Veeehourse Voda to upgrade one of its medical facilities in Haiti. “We are pleased to help (MSF) to upgrade their current burn centre in Haïti,” said Veerhouse Voda’s Brendon Brewster. “This facility will contribute to decreasing mortality related to burns through the provision of higher quality burn care. This medical facility will be built with technology that is...

Veerhouse Voda Haiti to Deliver Five School Units in Five Months to the Plateau Central Community

French Translation Veerhouse Voda Haiti was contracted by a renowned Haitian organization to build five school units in five schools within the Plateau Central region. The five units will be delivered in 21 weeks with each being an addition to an existing school. The additions include three new classrooms and a kitchen. After having built many schools, health centers and offices, the EPS producing firm in Haiti is beginning a new adventure in the Plateau Central. These five units of three classes each will help to increase education levels while improving the school’s kitchen organization for their daily meals. “We...

Pharmacy Center Planned In Haiti By Médecins Sans Frontières With Veerhouse Voda

French TranslationVeerhouse Voda, globally-known for its quality and speed when it comes to emergency structures, disaster resilient housing, and community spaces, recently announced a collaboration with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)/Doctors Without Borders.The objective is to build a two-story pharmacy center in Port-au-Prince to serve the diverse needs of the patients at MSF Hospital in Port-au-Prince.   “We are pleased to be partnering with Médecins Sans Frontières to bring very much needed pharmaceutical facilities to Port-au-Prince, Haiti,” announced Veerhouse Voda’s Brendon Brewster. “This facility will create jobs, improve services in the MSF hospital for those in need of assistance....

Disaster Resilient Housing Maker Veerhouse Voda Partners with Global Therapy Group

French TranslationVeerhouse Voda, often recognized for its robust and disaster resilient housing, emergency structures, and community buildings, recently sealed its partnership with Global Therapy Group on a new rehabilitation center that will serve the needs of the greater Port au Prince area. “Haiti’s need for rehabilitation services existed long before the earthquake,” a representative from Global Therapy Group said. The organization is known for its dedication to people of all ages in need of physical, occupational and speech therapy services, regardless of economic status, age or religion. “Prior to the earthquake, children born with developmental disabilities had never had...

Veerhouse Voda Selected to Build New Caracol Medical Clinic and Dialysis Center

French Translation Veerhouse Voda, selected by NOAH New York Inc., has announced plans to build a world-class medical facility in Caracol, Haiti. Veerhouse Voda, which is well known for its disaster-resilient buildings and emergency shelters, will be utilizing its proprietary building system to ensure the project is completed in a time-efficient manner, without sacrificing quality. At present, Northern Haiti does not have a dialysis center at all, nor does northeastern Haiti have a CT scanner. The new facility will be the first of its kind in the region, providing both CT scanning services and dialysis, as well as...

Veerhouse Voda Featured On Redshift

When Brendon Brewster visited Haiti after its devastating 7.0 earthquake in 2010, he was struck by the fact that he could see a building completely flattened like a pancake and, right next to it, a building with hardly a scratch on it. “The reason why is not because the earthquake was stronger on one side of the street than the other side; it really came down to two things: engineering and quality of building materials,” says Brewster, CEO and director of Veerhouse Voda, which aims to construct disaster-resilient buildings in Haiti using fewer materials, less energy, and with faster construction...

Disaster Resilient Housing in Haiti: 100% Veerhouse Voda Homes Survive Hurricane Matthew

Disaster resilient housing in Haiti became a major concern following the 2010 earthquake and Veerhouse Voda was amongst the first to arrive and help Haitians rebuild by providing emergency shelter, structures, and housing. Since then, the company has built a local factory to ensure similar high-quality structures could be readily available for all. Now in the wake of hurricane Matthew, Veerhouse Voda is proud to announce that every single structure built by the company in Haiti has survived this latest natural disaster.   Category 4 Matthew tore through Haiti, with winds reaching more than 145 miles per hour in...

Veerhouse Voda announces the official opening of its manufacturing facility in Haiti

September 10th, 2015, Port-au-Prince, Haiti:  Veerhouse Voda is proud to announce the official opening of its manufacturing facility in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  The establishment of the facility in Haiti’s capital allows Veerhouse Voda to locally manufacture material thereby, better supporting the construction of its Veerhouse System buildings, promoting the local job market and improving the quality of life of the local population. One of the many benefits of the Veerhouse Building System is the significantly shorter time to construct compared to traditional methods of building.  The ability to produce its own steel frames and expanded polystyrene, these being major components of...

Veerhouse Voda: USAID Lead Business Plan Winner

June 2nd, 2015, Karibe Hotel, Port-au-Prince ,Haiti: Veerhouse Voda once again rose to the top by being selected as a winner for its innovative business plan, and assisting in the development of Haiti’s social and economic sectors.  Veerhouse Voda was one of 30 business plan winners that were awarded a Certificate of Accomplishment by USAID, PADF through its LEAD program.  The objective of the LEAD program is to attract investment in Haitian commercial enterprises, especially those that promote job creation, income generation and increase development in the country.  USAID took the opportunity to celebrate with its business plan winners...

Compete Caribbean Funds Veerhouse Voda, Haiti

Port au Prince, Haiti, W.I., January 27, 2015 – Veerhouse Voda announces a new award from Compete Caribbean’s 2014 Enterprise Innovation Challenge Fund (EICF).  This support will create over 83 direct jobs, thousands of indirect jobs, and provide the capacity to build hundreds of homes, schools, and hospitals. Veerhouse Voda was awarded the EICF grant because they are “innovative and could make a significant contribution to the economic development of the Caribbean.” Veerhouse CEO, Brendon Brewster stated, “We are proud and honored to be a recipient of the Compete Caribbean (EICF) grant.  Compete Caribbean (EICF) will allow us to improve...
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