DeSoto, TX (PRWEB) April 16, 2014
As educators begin to prepare for the coming school year Palomar Modular Buildings is ramping up production of their most popular portable classroom buildings. The company manufactures a selection of modular education facilities and portable classrooms for public and private education institutions. While the company is increasing the inventory of their most popular portable classroom buildings they are also offering school districts access to custom project development with turnaround times as low as four to six weeks.
The modular education buildings constructed in the company’s DeSoto, Texas manufacturing facility are designed to meet each school’s specific campus needs, and built to the latest International Building Codes. The company builds both permanent and temporary education facilities that can be customized to match existing architectural elements. TAS and ADA-compliant decks, steps and wheelchair accessible ramps are available to complement the buildings.
Palomar Modular Buildings utilizes a method to deploy their portable classrooms economically and efficiently, saving school districts on relocation costs. The method is a simple, cost efficient alternative to the conventional use of hydraulic structural moving equipment, commonly referred to as house movers. The company’s modular buildings and portable classrooms are available through cooperative purchasing consortiums, including TCPN and TIPS/TAPS. These purchasing cooperatives offer K-12 public schools, cities, municipalities, counties, state colleges and universities, religious organizations, private schools, charter schools, private colleges and universities, non-profit groups, charitable and other governmental entities opportunities for greater efficiency in acquiring good and services. The company’s portable classroom pricing is available through The Cooperative Purchasing Network (TCPN) and The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS/TAPS).
Palomar Modular Buildings works with specialized public finance institutions that assist public and private education boards to secure financing for construction projects. The public finance companies have several financing options available to help districts obtain funding. A recent change in the Texas legislature has approved time warrant funding up to $1 million dollars with terms up to 15 years.