Modular Classrooms and Custom Modular Construction
From montessori to college, our modular facilities are at the head of the class.
Modular construction is a popular solution for the educational environment for its efficiency, flexibility, quality and speed of completion. Our modular solutions offer schools affordable space with minimal disruption. We can turn your initial concepts into a working floor plan in days versus weeks. Construction can begin off-site while school is still in session. Installation can then take place when students are on summer break. In the last three years alone, we were honored with awards for pre-school and educational training facility projects.
North Thurston School District needed a place for talented and gifted middle school students to interact with new STEM technology, but they were limited on space in their existing buildings.
When the school district needed to relocate
their alternative learning program, they took it as an opportunity to entertain their curiosity with a permanent custom modular building. A 2,880-square-foot custom modular building was placed.
Building on the award-winning and popular SAGE Classroom, pioneered by Pacific Mobile alongside Portland State University and Blazer Industries, Inc., the SAGE Campus offers all the benefits of the original SAGE Classroom across an entire school building and site.
Clover Park School District needed an addition to the new middle school and fast. The architect on the project had previously worked with Pacific Mobile, so they knew that modular construction would be a viable option.
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 of relocation of the buildings in the future.
East Wenatchee needed a facility for the children of migrant workers in the area to go while their parents were working during the day. They needed something fast and within budget, so they turned to permanent modular construction to fill their need.
Richland School District was in need of a single-story classroom facility that would accommodate both staff and students, and serve as a long-term solution to the District’s continual increase in student enrollment.
The Hoquiam School District needed a new administrative building to operate as their district office. Pacific Mobile used higher-end products that are able to withstand the harsh elements.
Richland School District opted to proceed with modular construction to meet the District’s strict timeline and budget constraints. Hanford High School was built as the first of three similar buildings for the Richland School District.
SAGE classrooms use sustainability features to create a healthy learning environment; this school in Silverdale, Washington joins five modular classrooms via a central corridor.
Centralia Community College needed to replace an early learning center that no longer met their needs. This solution met their budget, could be built quickly, and could also be designed to their exact specifications.
After a fire had destroyed two existing portables at the oldest school in Portland, OR; Portland Public Schools needed to quickly and affordably replace the old structures.
Richland School District needed a building to house its HomeLink students who combine curriculum between the district and home. This full school campus was completely built during summer break.
Smart Academic Green Environments (SAGE) accommodate Edmonds School District’s increasing enrollment while ensuring students breathe three times the fresh air, and benefit from four times more natural daylight compared to standard relocatable classrooms.
This Smart Academic Green Environment (SAGE) was purchased to accommodate the Waldorf School’s increasing elementary enrollment. A total of three SAGE classrooms were installed for the 2014-2015 school year.
Design and build a two-phase approach that involved building a 4,000 sq. ft. classroom facility first, then later installing a 3,000 sq. ft. classroom facility directly adjacent to the first structure.
This two-story modular classroom building was designed to house 5 high-tech classrooms. This building blends in nicely with existing brick modular classrooms that were built for SPU by Pacific Mobile Structures in 1999 and 2003.
These permanent classroom buildings were installed in a “campus-style” configuration with a central grassed courtyard and built to meet the need of the expanding church.
This two-story addition was added to French Americans’ existing single-story facility to accommodate the increasing enrollment at this elite school.
This school was built to accommodate preschool and elementary children between the ages of six and nine. This large school has 4 interior classrooms, 2 exterior classrooms, a library, a staff lounge/kitchen, and 2 administrative offices.
Olympic College was in need of more classroom space at their Poulsbo, WA campus. After learning about the Smart Academic Green Environment (SAGE) classrooms, the customer determined
that this would be the best solution.
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