Los Angeles County
EcoSteel was chosen to provide an economical prefab homeless shelter in Lancaster with Architectural / Insulated Panels for the project. Currently there will be four prefabricated steel structures on campus, slated to begin construction in late 2018.
A groundbreaking on Thursday officially started construction in Lancaster for Kensington Campus, a facility to provide shelter and services for the homeless.
Under the visionary leadership of the City of Lancaster and County of Los Angeles, InSite Development in conjunction with The People Concern will break ground on Kensington Campus, a fourteen-acre paradigm shift in ending the lack of a permanent solution to homelessness. This development proves what true public-private partnerships can accomplish by fast-tracking a solution that will come to fruition in 15 months, instead of the typical eight years. As yet another first from the City of Lancaster, KKensington Campus is a collection of prefabricated shelters that will serve as the model for other municipalities who are motivated to mitigate homelessness today, and in the future.