Model 3 production is scheduled to begin in late 2017. North American deliveries will be first, followed by Europe, Asia and Pacific countries then countries with right-hand drive configurations. Those who own Model S or Model X cars will be offered priority production slots as a special thanks for supporting the Tesla mission.
Model 3 = https://www.tesla.com/model3
FAQ – Model 3 = https://www.tesla.com/support/model-3-reservations-faq
How much does a Method Home Cost?
There are three categories of costs to consider when calculating the budget for your new Method home: Soft Costs, Site Costs, and Modular Costs. These are based on a typical scope of work. Prior to engaging in a feasibility study, Method can help outline the cost of your specific project. The overall project cost is determined based on your location, site, and preferred design.
Vary by project. $15,000 – $30,000 and up
Soft costs include:
• Feasibility Study
• Site survey
• Geotechnical soils analysis
• Architectural design
• Structural engineering
• Permit coordination
• Utility connection fees
• Permit and impact fees
City fees associated with obtaining a building permit can vary greatly depending on jurisdiction and are determined during the feasibility process.
Base prices start from $136–$194/sf
Our homes are built with a high level of craftsmanship. All Method homes come standard with durable, sustainable, and healthy materials, premium finishes, and energy efficient fixtures.
Modular costs include interior and exterior finishes, including:
• Plumbing and lighting fixtures
• HVAC system
Appliances are customizable to fit a client’s budget, aesthetic, and lifestyle, so these are not included in the modular costs. Base modular pricing is available for each predesigned model.
Typically 30 to 70 percent of the modular costs
Site costs include:
• Site prep work, including excavation)
• Shipping the modules to the site from the factory
• Installation of the home
• All on-site finish work, including connecting the modules at the seams
• Utility connections
• Additional site-built components such as decks, exterior stairs, and paint
Site work costs vary based on a variety of factors, including the condition of your land, topography and soil, total number of modules, and complexity of the project.
The CERT Program educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills such as fire safety, light search and rescue and disaster medical operations. If you have questions about Redmond CERT classes, call (425) 556-2251 or email Janeen Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CERT is a 24-hour course typically scheduled one night per week for 8 consecutive weeks. It culminates with a final disaster drill.
Final disaster drill: Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Class meets at: