A FEMA contractor works to install a mobile home in California

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Delzura, Calif., December 6, 2007 --  Paul Pawlak, a quality control assurance inspector with Babcock Services, Inc. levels the door of a FEMA-provided mobile home as he prepares it for occupancy by a family who lost their home during the October wildfires. Once it arrives at a site where an applicant will live in it, carpenters, plumbers; electricians; FEMA, state and/or local inspectors; and pier and skirting installers work together to install mobile homes, which can be used as a temporary housing solution in the wake of a disaster. Amanda Bicknell/FEMA
Delzura, Calif., December 6, 2007 -- Paul Pawlak, a quality control assurance inspector with Babcock Services, Inc. levels the door of a FEMA-provided mobile home as he prepares it for occupancy by a family who lost their home during the October wildfires. Once it arrives at a site where an applicant will live in it, carpenters, plumbers; electricians; FEMA, state and/or local inspectors; and pier and skirting installers work together to install mobile homes, which can be used as a temporary housing solution in the wake of a disaster. Amanda Bicknell/FEMA - Location: Delzura, CA
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