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Visible Good Delivers Shelters to Marsh Harbor, Bahamas to provide Bunk Housing for Volunteers working with ALL HANDS AND HEARTS
The RDM has already caught the eye of the US Army, winning an R&D grant for design of a multi-use structure that could withstand harsh environments, would be easily transported and set up and that could show durability over the long run. [Read More]
Shelters funded by our corporate , foundation and private sponsors. Visible Good is responsible for the manufacturing and project management for shelter deployment. Deployments focus will be ongoing disaster relief and International Development.
Visible Good has developed several configurations that are suitable for Medical environments, see below:
August 2017 and 2018: Mass Maritime
PAN MASS CHALLENGE – For the 2nd year, Visible Good supplied 2 shelter systems which were interconnected to form a medical support facility for over 1000 cyclists travelling through Mass Maritime during the 192 mile bike ride. The medical units were stocked with multiple bunks and fully air conditioned to add comfort for the fatigued riders.
May 2017: The Small Business Network of New England selects 8 winners for the 2017 Small Business Innovation Awards – SBANE Winners 2017. Visible Good is proud to Win Runner Up in the Rising Star category of the event and extends Congratulations to all 8 of the winners. “We consider ourselves extremely thankful to be in the Top 20 of over 194 impressive companies in New England”, said John Rossi, Founder of Visible Good.
February 2017: Northern Warfare Training Center, Ft. Wainwright Alaska
Visible Good was invited to the Extreme Cold Weather/High Altitude Symposium sponsored by USARAK, the Army’s Alaska Command. This year the Visible Good team, supported by Unifire, our distributor, brought a cold weather-equipped RDM, complete with lighting, power distribution and HVAC system for demonstration. [Read More]