Urban Infill Revenue Model
- AR training day 1
- 4000 sf space donated, 1 house per week production day 1
- Solar concrete for foundations - $100k for 100 homes per year of CEB. See Solar Concrete
- CEB for walls and floors for 30% cost reduction
- 3D printed doors and windows, 10% reduction
- Rebar trusses for structure
- 2 year program, $1k/month
- $100k classroom - donated via University collaboration.
- 2000 houses over 2 years
- Cohort of 200. 10 classes. Prof plus tutors.
- 400 hrs/build
- City budget is 2000 houses per year in affordable housing
- Collab with builders who don't want to build cheap
- Unimos solar utility vehicle
- CEB press
- Urban forestry with automated sawmill
- Large printers
- Train-to-unjob builders. We buy parts from them. One biz model is distributed production with distributed quality control.
- Quota of city affordable/homeless houses built converted to training. Housing, urban ag, water, energy, production.
- OSE curriculum developed for various areas of digital productivity
- Green space integrated with housing space
- Ability to produce plastic, concrete, brick, and steel for free.
- Open source microfactory for production
- At 100 houses/year minimum viable impact - 50 students, 4 houses each comfortably, 80% in community, 1 for external client, pays back for $25k/2 year tuition/room/board. 50*$24k = $600k/yr budget. For the one house sold - that is $2.5M extra. This floats the operation to $2.5M spent on R&D for open source machines pool - a community investment in lifetime design tools. Houses are sold at cost - about $10k per house in outsourced materials, with $40k in produced materials.
- People buy affordable homes via city mandates
- Effective OSE sole source by virtue of product offering (3x lower)
- Homeless budget could cover it
- Affordable housing budget could cover it
- Village design is needed, block scale.