HTS tentiQ’s partner, Stage 42, were commissioned to provide emergency hospital tents for the health and welfare of the homeless in Lima, Peru.

One of the oldest bullfighting arenas in Latin America was chosen as the location for this vital refuge for the city’s homeless during the COVID-19 crisis.

The structures needed to provide over 1,000m² of covered, secure, temperature-controlled space that could accommodate 150 beds and the required number of health care personnel tending to the occupants.

Stage 42 worked closely with HTS tentiQ and the technical sales manager for Latin America to ensure the right hospital tents were provided within the tight timeline.


The hospital tent structures supplied to Stage 42 by HTS tentiQ were as follows:

  • 1 x L-Series multi-purpose hospital tent
  • 20.00m wide x 50.00m long x 5.20m high to the eaves
  • Engineered to 149 km/h wind load and 45 kg snow load
  • 4 x ABZ Inflatable Tents
  • All installed in just two days

The L-Series multi-purpose structures are the ideal solution when fast, emergency cover is needed over a large area.

These structures are engineered from a lightweight but strong aluminium frame making them easy and quick to deploy globally and fast to install onto existing ground. They are equally easy to dismantle and remove, leaving no evidence of their existence.

For additional, separate space, the 4 x ABZ Rapid Deployment Inflatable Tents are ideal – having proved themselves in humanitarian and military field camp situations the world over. They are extremely lighweight and easy to transport (usually on just one pallet) and incredibly easy to set up, taking about 5 minutes by 1 or 2 people.

The completed center and hospital tents will provide much needed refuge, food and healthcare for the homeless, ensure the expert care for them should they become ill and also help control the spread of COVID-19 throughout the nation’s capital.

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