To address the  problems of affordable low-income housing
and displacement of local-residents by building innovative,
low-carbon, 
regenerative homes.

To provide:

housing prototypes which exemplifies ‘RESILIENT COMMUNITIES & AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR THE FUTURE’
skill building & job growth through apprenticeship programs & accredited/certified courses
development of a ‘for-profit’ general contracting company run by veterans to build small homes of these prototypes
empowerment of women in construction; women-led project teams
affordable housing: small homes, built for flexibility & growth; pre-engineered stock plans available & building courses for the public
involvement of community throughout building process; community development through community building workshops & development of community spaces
healthy homes (no VOCs, no chemicals)
aesthetically beautiful architecture for transitioning veterans & veterans with mental illness, and other transitioning members of society
low maintenance; low life-cycle costs
energy efficiency (solar panels for net zero net metering = no/low utility bill for home owner)
efficiency through small footprint & passive solar/cooling techniques
flood, hurricane, and seismic solutions
water mitigation through roof catchment system/cistern (possible re-route indoors for toilet flushing?)
progression of alternative building methods, specifically hempcrete (HC) & post-and-beam, compressed earth block (CEB), and rammed earth (RE)