Providing environmentally sustainable and disaster resistant buildings to the Caribbean.

Founded in 2012, Veerhouse Voda specializes in the design, marketing, manufacture, and delivery of sustainable, inexpensive, environmentally friendly, disaster-resilient housing and commercial buildings. Veerhouse Voda's proprietary methods allow construction to be completed five times faster than with traditional methods. Their products are ideal for Caribbean countries like Haiti because of their para-seismic qualities, resistance to hurricanes, water, and fire, and exceptional insulation capacities that use 65 percent less energy. In addition, the company also operates and sells construction materials that are easy to transport, lightweight, and derived locally to local builders through its manufacturing facility in Port-au-Prince. Veerhouse Voda won the Complete Caribbean's Enterprise Innovation Challenge Award (EICF) in 2014 as well as the USAID/LEAD business plan competition. In Haiti, its construction system has been used to build over 42 structures comprised mostly of schools, hospitals, and medical clinics.


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New York, New York, United States


Brendon Brewster

Brendon Brewster (CEO at Veerhouse Voda) has been an Unreasonable Fellow since November 2018 after participating in Unreasonable Goals 2018.

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