ShearLift buildings are made of high strength lightweight MonoTech stainless steel frames with reinforced functional and insulated cladding solutions named “Climate Shield”.
ShearLift buildings are engineered for energy efficiency at 50% & less energy quotient for equivalent emissions reduction when compared with conventional buildings. ShearLift deploys Aid2nature Autonomous energy & water regeneration technologies known as Environment Engineered Utilities (EEU) for benefit of customers thereby further reducing emissions & those features devoid of cost as would be otherwise anticipated of conventional architecture.
ShearLift buildings tested in compliance with international building codes to include Australian D2 cyclone ratings also for New Zealand 9.0 earthquake ratings. Other standards of note to include for energy efficiency of Climate Shield cladding systems that deploy double & triple glazing solutions of affiliate Oknalux, also Atmospheric Conditioning for optimum air quality & thermals & with that enhanced sound, fire ratings & otherwise mould rejection achieved from materials of choice.
within dimensions governed by ISO transportation rules, determine efficient shipping & logistics. ShearLift building sub-assemblies interlock semi-automatically for outcome substantial productivity benefits. Initial buildings will be residential comprising two and three levels plus rooftop garden options. The designs are scalable & readily modified for multi-unit or multi-storey buildings to a present 17 levels however requests for higher structures able to be considered.
Given lightweight nature of the building materials utilised & sub assembly nature of system opportunity exists for additions to existing conventional buildings utilizing existing foundations.
ShearLift sub-assemblies may readily be dismantled and relocated as required (enhanced by the EST systems embedded to subassemblies), particularly attractive for mining sites, also military and education markets. ShearLift buildings in appearance are indiscernible from conventional buildings.