It’s been a busy few months for me and Mateo. Many ideas we had for BOXY and US Frame Factory came to life in this quarter from shipping our first modular build to supplying steel.
Quarter One Highlights
BOXY successfully transported and set their first modular building in Church Point, Louisiana after months of planning and coordination between crane operators, rigging, and transportation companies.
US Frame Factory did the material take off and supplied custom 35′ light gauge steel for a restaurant coming up in down-town Baton Rouge.
Custom length light gauge steel was supplied to projects in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Jackson, Houston, and Lafayette.
We were lucky to have BOXY get some media attention this quarter. Special thanks to Dave Cooper, Zena Ryder from Modular.org, and Offsight for the interviews. Check them out for other innovative content.
Looking forward: Q2 goals
US Frame Factory has finished the design of a steel roof in New Orleans and the steel is under production right now in New Iberia. We are researching kit implementation and have already built one kit. We are hoping to build a few houses next quarter.
BOXY is working on an economic smart home with a client. This build will be affordable and high quality because of manufacturing. We are on schedule to finalize plans and begin manufacturing.
Mateo and I are very excited to be speaking at the world of modular this April, and we will also be on a Developing Lafayette podcast.
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