The Stardock project is in the final stages of securing the necessary funding for the Fences stardocker project, a high-tech fence installation that will be used to provide secure, sustainable housing for people of all ages, gender and racial backgrounds.
The Fences project is a collaboration between Stardock and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The fence is expected to cost $10 million.
The fence will be built with the help of two new types of LED light bulbs that are manufactured by LED light-bulb supplier Bright House Lighting.
The new LED light sources will provide a cost effective, energy efficient and long-lasting light source, which will be incorporated into the fence, making it one of the most energy efficient high-density construction projects in the U, said Mark Gebhart, CEO and founder of the LightBolt Company.
According to the U-M, the fence project will add more than 3,600 homes, create 3,000 new jobs, increase property values, generate nearly $10 billion in tax revenue and provide over 4,500 jobs during construction.
In addition to being a project that will have a profound impact on the communities it will serve, the project will also have a direct impact on our climate, said Gebhardt.
The Fences fencing project will be the second phase of a project called Fences in the City that is underway across the United States.
The first phase of the Fews project will bring light-based LED lighting to a number of cities throughout the U