Case Study: COVID-19 Quarantine Camps
December 9 2020

Case Study: COVID-19 Quarantine Camps

As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases grew exponentially throughout the year, many local and state governments found themselves struggling to contain outbreaks. One particular challenge faced by a government municipality in Louisiana involved the preventative practice of social distancing. In order to attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19, the municipality encouraged citizens to socially distance, but officials worried that living arrangements might prevent a large portion of the population from doing so. That’s where Cotton Logistics came in. 

 

In sixteen days, the Cotton Logistics team built up a 265-bed community that Louisiana could use in order to isolate symptomatic individuals. During the course of the project, the team came across various challenges, including a location change, building design changes, and requests for ADA accessible units. Despite these challenges, Cotton Logistics constructed a temporary health facility customized to the client’s needs that followed safety protocols and regulations without sacrificing comfort, and all within the original timeline established for the project. 

 

You can read more about this project in our new case study below. If you want to learn more about our temporary health facilities, you can contact our office.

 

Click here to view the full case study

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