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THE PROCESS

 Each unit built by Nomadic Shack is custom in its own way.   Yet, the process used creates guidelines to simplify and coordinate from the first meeting until keys are delivered.  The following is to give you a platform from which to build your own package.

After a retainer is placed, we will meet at your site and create a plan for utilities and install.  We will bring in local contractors to create our “game plan.”  In continual communication, we are building your shack in our environmentally controlled warehouse; while they are putting in roads, water, electric and prepping a screw pile foundation according to the schematic provided by our architects.

Back in Minnesota,walls, roofs, electrical, plumbing are all underway as we create your personalized Shack.  At the same time our designers are pulling furnishings, linens, dishes, and sourcing artwork and if you have chosen our concierge service.  All of these items are packed within the structure for delivery.  Then is the “birthing” of your shack as it is lifted out of our warehouse and put on trucks to find its new home.  This occurs approximately 90 days after we hear “GO!”

 As we arrive on-site our crews are are extensive.  Our home base team travels with us, we have local contractors licensed in your area for hook ups, we have a second lift team on site to place your home on the foundation awaiting us.     We have sheet-rockers, painters,  a cleaning crew & designers on site.  The beds are made and the dishes are put in place.  And after approximately 10 days we hand you the keys to your shack!

MEET &

SITE PREP    +

DESIGN &
COORDINATING

  • Site Visit
  • Discuss Lift Plan
  • Set Line of Sight

IMPLEMENTATION &
CONSTRUCTION

  • Screw Pile Foundation
  • Water, Septic, Electric or Similar
  • Roadways
  • Minor Excavation if needed

 BUILD &

 FURNISH + 

DESIGN &
COORDINATING

  • Custom Architecture
  • Permits & Budgeting
  • Confirming Codes & Regulations

IMPLEMENTATION &
CONSTRUCTION

  • Shack Structure Completed
  • Lighting & Electrical
  • All Plumbing Fixtures
  • Flooring, Doors, Windows
  • Cabinetry, Countertops, Appliances
  • Upgrade Finishes
  • In-Floor Heat Options
  • Concierge Service Options

SHIP &

INSTALL 

DESIGN &
COORDINATING

  • Coordinate Transport/ Border Crossings
  • Coordinate Heavy Lift (2xs)
  • Coordinate Local Contractors for connections

IMPLEMENTATION &
CONSTRUCTION

  • Unit transported 90 days after construction begins
  • Local contractors make utility connections
  • 10 days after site arrival, keys are delivered

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PRICING

site work + build and furnish + ship/install = TOTAL PROJECT COST

We will be with you every step of the way.  From the initial design concept, throughout the build process and finally to site install.

TERMS:

We charge a $10,000 retention fee prior to the first onsite visit.

This fee is credited to you build package.

Payments throughout the 60-90 construction period will be collected in 30% increments of project total and final 10% upon job completion.

APPROX PRICING:

For Estimation Purposes – $300 Sq Ft COMPLETE –

cabinetry, flooring, light fixtures, top of the line appliances, Cambria Quartz countertops, plumbing fixtures

INCLUDES:

All coordination, architecture drawings,  fully completed shack , lift crew, install

ADDITIONAL VARIABLES

site prep & utilities, transport, decking of choice (will coordinate), landscape, concierge service,

Small Exterior for site
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A Size For Everyone

The following are examples of units that have been previously built.  Today we find our team creating anywhere from the single unit jumpshack to multi-unit lodges and accompanying en-suite guest rooms.

Please reach out to us at info@nomadicshack.com for more detailed information.
We love to chat Shacks!

JumpShack Web
640

Square Feet

$192,000
jumpshackxl web
860

Square Feet

$270,000
QuackShack web
1800

Square Feet

$540,000
Rack Shack web
2800

Square Feet

$840,000

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is not path and leave a trail (or a shack).”
 – Ralph Waldo Emerson