The tent will be installed at a site on the edge of the Mojave Desert, according to the company.
It will be part of a series of tents that are part of the DesertWorks program that began last year to rehabilitate desert landscape sites in Nevada and California.
“These tents are going to be used by those in the community to provide safe, comfortable and secure housing for those with physical, mental and/or emotional disabilities,” Mojave National Park Superintendent John White said in a statement.
The company is calling the tent the “Truck Tents,” and will begin accepting applications for the tent from residents of the park beginning this month.
The Tent is the first of the six tent parks to receive approval from the federal government.
They are being built at a cost of about $5 million and are expected to open in late summer or early fall.
The company is also building another tent, called the “Shelter Tent,” which will be made from recycled wood and will be used for a different purpose.
It’s not the first time that the tent industry has gotten involved in a desert environment.
A previous design, called “Camp Shelter,” has been the subject of some controversy.
“Camp Shelter is a tent that will be located within the Mojaves National Park in southern Nevada,” Mojastar said in the statement.
“The tent is built using recycled materials, will have solar panels and will feature solar water heaters that will allow people to heat and cool themselves in their own spaces.”
“This project will help to provide additional housing for people with physical disabilities in a safe and secure environment while also providing them with a safe place to spend time with family and friends,” Mojashar added.
More than 1 million people have registered for the Desert Works program, which will provide housing for the elderly, those with severe disabilities, and people with chronic medical conditions.