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CWI Modular Building Nampa Campus

The College of Western Idaho was expanding. As a result, they needed additional administration and office space to support their increasing enrollment and offer the flexibility to relocate the buildings in the future. Pacific Mobile Structures provided them with three 60X60 modular buildings. Outfitted with various textures and colors to match the existing structures, RTU units in the roof, and modified building height offered the appearance of traditional stick-built structures. The buildings also feature upgraded lighting units that can be adjusted to accommodate future reconfigurations of each of the buildings.

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