Growing NC Charter School Utilizes Modular Construction

Challenge:

A North Carolina K-8 Public Charter School in one of the state’s top ten school districts outgrew its current location and was in need of a plan that included 2 buildings especially designed to be environmentally friendly outdoor classrooms. The school’s main concerns were that the project be completed within a clearly defined budget and summer vacation timeframe.

Features and Building Specifications:

25 spacious classrooms with custom built cabinetry.
10 ft. wide hallways, energy efficient solar tube skylight throughout.
Gymnasium with multipurpose room, a cafeteria, and a band room.
Basketball court with Herculan MF SX 400 floor system.
Fire sprinkler system
Prefabricated ADA concrete deck and ramp system.

Solution:

Spectrum Building Systems designed and built an enticing 30,000 sq. ft. “L” shaped modular classroom complex with state-of-the-art 5,000 sq. ft. gymnasium/multipurpose building. The project was delivered, installed and completed within the 4 month timeline and proving a learning facility “on time” for the school’s early August 2011 opening.

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