Friday, October 11, 2013

Silver Creek Aims to the “sky” for High Performance

Silver Creek, the large commercial modular factory in Perris, CA, revealed their new sky™ High Performance Building to a group of attendees to the MBI Summit held at Cal Poly Pomona last week.

The visit included a tour of the factory, taking a look at Silver Creek’s steel fabricating shop, their two production lines with various commercial and education projects being constructed, and even looked at he trucks as Silver Creek have their own transportation. The tour concluded in the sky high performance building model where everyone networked and the SCI team answered more questions.



The sky high performance building was designed by Silver Creek's in-house design team with a strict focus on providing a flexible high performance learning environment. Rather than develop a "one size fits all" building system, Silver Creek elaborated on the design to present numerous options. It offers two floor plans and four exterior forms with options that allow customers to configure their building specifically for their site, orientation, budget, and program requirements. It was PC approved by the Division of the State Architect (DSA) last year providing school districts an accelerated plan check process offering high quality structures in just a fraction of the plan review and construction time than site-built buildings. The sky building design can be used for various applications such as retail space, medical offices, or daycare center. 

Click Here to visit their website for more information about "sky" and other structures.

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