Silver Creek, the large commercial modular factory in Perris, CA, recently put this video on YouTube. I found it fascinating not only because is shows the entire process but take a look at the amount of open space throughout the building.
Anyone that says a modular building is just a bunch of boxes put together with a lot of posts everywhere for support needs to watch this video.
This 64 module, 37,248 sq ft school began its production run on 2/1/15 and 6 months later, on 8/1/15, it was ready for occupancy. Beat that, site builders, if you can.
The project consists of a single structure which houses an entire charter school campus and the related functional spaces. The building contains 17 classrooms, a library, a kitchen, multipurpose space, office spaces, interior corridors and interior stairs.
The building's’ exterior is covered with a vertical metal siding system that utilizes multiple colors and panel profiles, with aluminum and stucco accents, to provide a striking architectural presence. The building interior features abundant natural light in every educational space and 10’ high ceilings throughout.
Great job Silver Creek.