FEMA orders 67,000 mobile homes from Florida company

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded a $3.2 billion contract to ScotBilt Homes in Waycross to build 67,500 mobile homes over the next five years.

FEMA will use the homes as temporary housing for those displaced by disasters, such as hurricanes. All will be three-bedroom mobile homes, said Thomas P. Holland Jr., vice president and chief financial officer of the company.

via Waycross mobile home builder gets $3.2 billion FEMA contract | Jacksonville.com.

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