THE NEW BREEZWAYS BUILT BY AVANTE WILL PROVIDE ITC CONSTRUCTION GROUP WITH A SAFE PATH FOR THE PEDESTRIAN WHILE ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL HIGHRISE PROJECT IS COMPLETED.
AO is the model of our new show home and its already on its way.
Brief update of this awesome 2400 sq ft - 6-20 ft + 4-40 ft containers
Avante Developments was excited to debut one of our container homes at K Days festival in Edmonton this summer. We brought thousands of people through our show home to give them a better idea of what a container home can look like, and to give them the chance at seeing firsthand how they could use this affordable technology to build their dream home.
CTV Edmonton was on site and gave us a chance to share our story.
Watch the interview with Avante Developments and CTV News here.
We're so excited to let you know that we are going to be at K Days 2014 - for all 10 days! Come visit us inside the Expo Centre and take your first opportunity to check out one of our modular homes all set up and ready to view.
Traditional timber and concrete homes aren’t quite going away just yet, but some builders believe using shipping containers will emerge as an effective and inexpensive way to construct homes.
It may look average. But this tiny house deep in southwest Edmonton is far from typical.
The 640 square foot, two-storey house was shipped from China in steel shipping containers. What’s different about this model is that the shipping containers themselves make up the home’s foundation.
Entrepreneurs Sergio Torres and Chad Osman are convinced there is a market for this unusual building concept in Alberta.
We had the privilege of speaking with several news outlets when we set up our prototype modular home in southwest Edmonton earlier this spring. Bruce Edwards of the Edmonton Journal took several photos and put together a great photo tour for people to view.
Keeping their homes’ surprising origins under wraps is just how Sergio Torres and Chad Osman want it. The men are partners in Avante Global Trade, an Edmonton company that is turning shipping containers into housing, warehouses and even a 24-unit hotel in Mexico.