Palomar Modular Buildings Releases Adams Elementary School Case Study

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Palomar Modular Buildings is releasing a case study for their Adams Elementary portable classroom project in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Adams Elementary School case study provides valuable insight into the development process behind the company’s advanced modular buildings.

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Palomar Modular Buildings is releasing a case study for their Adams Elementary portable classroom project in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Adams Elementary School case study provides valuable insight into the development process behind the company’s advanced modular buildings. Modular construction strategies, design barriers, development challenges and timelines are some of the project details covered in the case study.

Oklahoma City developed the OCMAPS school program that included hundreds of construction, transportation and technology projects for the benefit of Oklahoma City’s public school students, but enrollment projections in the 2001 bond measure did not anticipate the large population growth that occurred on the south side of the city. By the time the bond measure funding was available school administrators for Adams Elementary School had weeks before the start of the 2014 school year. Palomar received the order for the two 24’ x 64’ portable classrooms in early June. The school district needed the classrooms in place at the beginning of August, leaving Palomar with just 8 weeks to manufacture, transport and install the modular classroom buildings.

The portable classroom buildings each contain two classrooms and a restroom. The 1536 square foot modular classroom buildings are composed of 2 seamless modules each, prefabricated at Palomar’s manufacturing facility in DeSoto, Texas, and assembled on site.

The Adams Elementary School portable classroom case study along with a host of other case studie s are available for download at the company’s website.

About Palomar Modular Buildings

Palomar Modular Buildings manufactures advanced modular buildings for a range of industries including office, retail, healthcare, education and workforce housing. The company’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in DeSoto, Texas, is staffed with a dedicated full-time workforce of skilled tradesmen and production managers has produced hundreds of modular projects from simple additions to complex new facilities.

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If you would like further information about this press release or to schedule an interview with John Martin, please contact John Martin at jmartin(at)palomarmodular(dot)com or call 1-866-312-4032.

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