Slide 2: Richard James Trainer has applied for worldwide patents for its cutting edge house construction system which enables the company to build climate-friendly, energy-efficient and cyclone-proof homes within 90 days, thereby helping to tackle Western Australia's serious housing shortage.
Slide 3: Richard Trainer said the 20*20 system was quicker, smarter and stronger than other building systems, and had wide applications with different design options – from single-storey homes to multi-storey developments.
Slide 4: The 20*20 system has helped reduce carbon, greenhouse gas and waste, while providing a new standard of comfort in design. The company has addressed the chronic housing shortage in the towns of Port Hedland and Karratha in the State's north-west, the epicenters of the mining boom, by building substantial four-bedroom, two-bathroom cyclone-proof homes that appeal to mining and resources executives.
Slide 5: The structural system used by 20*20 allows homes to be erected in least possible time. The reason why 20*20 homes can be built so quickly is that the structural system allows work to be started on the roof immediately after the first steel side panels have been installed.
Slide 6: The steel panels that are used in construction are cold-pressed in the production process so there is no heat generated, which means the panels themselves have a very high residual value. In addition, Richard Trainer explains that before utilizing the product for construction, it passes through a toxic screening process to make sure that the product is free of toxins. To learn more, visit http://richardjamestrainer.com