The Evolution of Military Shelters

  • The Next Generation of Expeditionary Structures
  • Highest Energy Efficiency
  • Manufactured in USA from Composites
  • Modular and Scalable Insulated Rapidly Deployable Panels (RDP)
  • Assemble in Hours without Power or Lifting Equipment
  • Lighter than Concrete and Steel


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I have encountered and worked with hundreds of vendors who supply temporary shelters for emergency and sustained operations.  These types of systems were not only ideal for military use in remote locations, but they serve as excellent systems for today’s fight against the Coronavirus...  READ MORE

James Lockridge

Former Chief of Construction for U.S. Army Europe

“When I learned about WHS and the expeditionary structures they have developed, my first thoughts went to how we could have benefited from using them during our deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan...  READ MORE

M.M. Sweeney

Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps (retired)

“When I served as the senior logistics officer in the multi-national forces under General Petraeus in Iraq in 2006 and 2007, one of the biggest risks to our troops was the logistical...  READ MORE

Steven M. Anderson

Brigadier General, U.S. Army (retired)
Chief Logistician in Iraq

Shelter Applications:

  • JOCs/TOCs
  • Mobile Command & Control
  • Field Medical Facilities
  • Mobile Hospitals
  • Emergency Decontamination Shelters
  • Dining Facilities (DFAC)
  • Temporary Barracks
  • Classrooms & Offices
  • Berthing Shelters
  • Security Checkpoints
  • Latrines
  • Storage & Warehousing
  • MWR Facilities (Morale, Welfare & Recreation)
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WHS offers fully integrated Expeditionary Shelter solutions including alternative
energy, environmental conditioning, potable water management, and sanitation

DATASHEET: Energy Efficient Solutions

ADS/Barbaricum Energy Efficiency Study

Thermal Efficiency

world housing solution Saving energy to save our troops