May 2014, Vol. 241, No. 5

Features

Workforce Housing For People, Planet And Profit

Well-organized workforce housing can be a valuable partner for companies pursuing their sustainable development goals, as well as a component of long-term profitability. Such housing can assist companies in recruiting and retaining skilled workers, as well as insulating workers from the daily life disruptions that are common in areas with insufficient or nonexistent infrastructure. Reusable modular structures offer a green building solution for housing, and have built-in conservation and cost-saving features. Workforce housing also can offer essential services that reduce the environmental footprint of company operations, including wastewater treatment and transportation servi

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