Cerro Coso Community College is holding an information session on Thursday, December 5, 2019, in the Lecture Center from 2 to 4pm for their upcoming Tiny House/Earthquake Shelter Workshop.
The College is planning to offer a Tiny House/Earthquake Shelter Workshop in February that will show those who are interested what’s possible and guide them through all the options available. The two day course will serve as a guide to assist students, future tiny house owners, DIY tiny house buildings, engineers, architects, legislators, and regulators to better understand the critical issues of temporary earthquake shelters and provide housing solutions to those in low and middle-income demographics.
Gregori Niculitcheff will instruct the course and will be present at the information session to answer questions. An international entrepreneur, Niculitcheff studied engineering and design in Brazil and then moved to the United States to share his talents and expertise. After living decades in the Silicon Valley, he fell in love with and moved to the Mojave Desert where he opened a steel manufacturing plant. Witnessing firsthand the dire lack of affordable housing for the low and middle classes, as well as the homeless in the urban and suburban centers, Niculitcheff decided to find a practical and scale-able solution for this critical problem in California.
Nothing can replace the experience of receiving a wealth of information in person, directly from an expert. If a Tiny House Workshop is of interest to you, attend the information session, meet other like-minded people, and talk directly with the expert.
For more information contact Jennifer Marshall at 760-384-6276 or Amanda Atencio at 760-384-6258.