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WHAT WE DO

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The PHI Project is partnering with a variety of companies to offer career and life skills training.  Just as the homes and facilities are being adapted to meet the needs of our wounded warriors who have given so much, we will match our veterans with career training opportunities best suited for their individual situations.  We are working with high tech companies who have offered to provide software, software training and career opportunities.  Local culinary businesses will contribute training for those interested in pursuing careers in the culinary fields. 

Career & Life Skills Training   
 
 
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After completing the Design Challenge, the facilities and housing structures will be constructed with the new innovations, systems, and furnishings for accessibility.  The facilities will serve as a lab for new innovations in accessibility and the homes will be liveable models for the industry. The rainwater collection system, solar panels, passive solar systems, renewable energy and use of sustainable materials will make the property one of the greenest facilities in Georgetown Texas. 

Adapted Housing & Grounds   
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After completing the Design Challenge, the facilities and housing structures will be constructed with the new innovations, systems, and furnishings for accessibility.  The facilities will serve as a lab for new innovations in accessibility and the homes will be liveable models for the industry. The rainwater collection system, solar panels, passive solar systems, renewable energy and use of sustainable materials will make the property one of the greenest facilities in Georgetown Texas. 

Vegetable Garden            
 
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Physical health is an important element of every community.  A workout facility and pool will be available for both exercising and physical therapy needs.  Most importantly each area will also act as hub for social interaction to create a strong sense of community. 

Pool & Fitness Center        
 
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The challenge will include three design categories: adaptable living for American’s with Disabilities compliance, home and office automation for individuals with physical limitations, and furnishings and fixtures for both the homes and facilities. The “ALDC” Adaptable Living Design Challenge will address gaps in market-driven innovation in these broad categories.  Developments resulting from this design challenge will allow PHIProject.org and its partners to make significant strides in the innovation.  These advancements of products and integrated system solutions will improve the quality of life and independence of our disabled military veterans who have given so much on our behalf.  The challenge will also incorporate the use of green and sustainable practices, systems and materials. 

Design Challenge               
 
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The building will have 2 offices, one for the veterans administration and other visiting organizations and second shared office for the 1919 military order of the Purple Heart. There will also be a large classroom with computer work stations for use by the veterans for career training.  Over half of the buildings space will be available for conferences and other events that will support the program. A full commercial kitchen will be included to provide for the events and serve as a training facility to teach our vets food preparation, and for those so inclined to learn culinary arts as a profession. 

Event Center                 
 
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