Perris, CA (PRWEB) April 03, 2014
Silver Creek Industries (SCI) (silver-creek.net) a general contractor leading in the design and construction of modular buildings announced today that industry piers have once again praised the company’s projects at this year’s Modular Building Institute World of Modular convention.
Critiqued on architectural excellence, technical innovation and sustainability, cost effectiveness, energy efficiency, and calendar days to complete, SCI earned a number of esteemed awards. These included First Place for Green Building Design for its sky® high performance building. SCI’s Education building over 10,000 sq.ft. built for Diamond Bar High School at Walnut Valley USD received an Award of Distinction, as did the Cypress Ridge Winery for renovated reuse in collaboration with Pacific Mobile Structures, Inc.
“Unlike the saying “the sky is the limit”, our team’s mission with our sky® high performance modular building was to have no limitations,” said Michael G. Rhodes, President of SCI. “Rather than offer a one-size-fits-all, our in-house design team developed a flexible, healthy, and cost-effective building solution. Winning the Green Building Design award for the sky® validated our efforts and we are extremely pleased. SCI thrives to push the building envelope and collaborate with industry professionals who view prefabricated construction as a viable construction method. To win awards for these projects enhances that momentum.”
About Silver Creek Industries, Inc. (http://www.silver-creek.net)
Silver Creek Industries designs and builds sustainable, high quality, and cost-effective buildings for the education, commercial, medical, military, government, and multi-family housing markets. The company has adopted an integrated project delivery collaborating with architects, engineers, modular dealers and various industry professionals to provide clients with innovative building solutions that will suit their needs. With over 100 years of combined experience and hundreds of projects completed, SCI is “building for the next generation” with minimized environmental impact using its offsite construction methods.