Modular Classrooms Case Study Added

Modular School Buildings

Modular Classrooms Case Study Added

New Case Study added for a pair of custom modular classrooms buildings constructed by our Marysville, WA production facility.  Located at a Washington State Department of Health and Social Services detention site for male and female juvenile offenders, the modular classroom was largely built off-site – even the pitched roof modules with clerestory windows were prefabricated in our factory.

The building also features extensive custom casework, efficient lighting and HVAC systems, and an attractive complimentary exterior.

Read more about this custom modular classroom building.

Partner:  Pacific Mobile

Modular Classrooms Case Study Added

Modular Press Box Case Study Added

Modular Press Box Case Study Added

Modular Press Boxes

New Case Study added for a custom designed modular press box for Archbishop McNicholas High School in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The building features a custom 12′-0″ width (a 50% increase in space over standard 8′-0″ wide press boxes), custom glazing systems to insure optimal sightlines and provide a true Full Field View.  In addition, the building features covered entries and film platforms, two private coaches / coordinator’s rooms with interior windows to preserve sight lines, and a raised viewing area platform that serves a dual function, also overlooking the softball field to the rear.

Read more about this custom modular press box.

Project Partners:  Sightlines, Inc. + Outdoor Aluminum

Modular Press Box Case Study Added

Disaster Recovery Modular Buildings

Modular Buildings for Disaster Recovery

Case study:  gustavus adolphus university

Disaster Recovery Modular BuildingsGustavus Adolphus University was founded in 1862 with strong Swedish and Lutheran heritage.  The school is a highly selective, private, coeducational residential liberal arts college.  The college is guided by five core values:  community, excellence, faith, justice, and service.

In light of the storm damage and disasters afflicting the Midwest, Whitley Manufacturing would like to share a past modular construction disaster recovery story with a happy ending.

On March 29, 1998, a tornado struck the campus of Gustavus Adolphus and the town of Saint Peter.  As the tornado swept across campus, it caused at least some damage to all 59 campus buildings with total damage estimates in excess of $52M.

Whitley Manufacturing was proud to assist the school in their time of need by joining the “Rebuilding a Greater Gustavus” recovery effort, constructing a modular student housing facility for the school.  WM built Prairie View Hall for the school, utilizing our accelerated modular construction system, to deliver the finished project by the start of the next year (project timeline from early April through August).

The modular dormitory houses 54 students in double occupancy rooms arranged along common corridors.

Modular Student Housing Case Studies

Modular Buildings for Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery Modular Buildings

Modular Buildings for Disaster Recovery

Modular Buildings for Disaster Recovery

Modular Buildings for Disaster Recovery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As even more severe weather strikes the Midwest, the thoughts of everyone at Whitley Manufacturing are with our fellow-Hoosiers and Midwesterners who have been so dramatically effected by last week’s severe and unseasonable storms.

A pair of Southern Indiana communities suffered heavy damage in addition to the losses already suffered by victims throughout the region.  The National Weather Service states that the tornado that struck New Pekin measured a EF-3 on the Fujita scale, while the tornado which struck Henryville, IN measured EF-4 with winds of 175 MPH.

As our neighbors shift their focus from rescue to recovery, Whitley Manufacturing is proud to stand ready to support the disaster recovery with our line of relocatable modular buildings produced with our sustainable construction system.

Modular construction from Whitley Manufacturing can deliver flexible and high-quality commercial space on an accelerated timeline, allowing for a quick recovery and a well-supported clean-up effort.

Modular Buildings for Disaster Recovery

We currently have a number of our flexible clearspan modular building components available for rapid delivery.  These flexible units feature clearspan construction, allowing for endless reconfiguration of the building and interior layout.  See our full inventory of modular buildings available for rapid delivery.

Whitley Manufacturing is a custom manufacturer of commercial modular buildings, and as such, can work with you, your architect, your town planner, etc. to design and build facilities to suit your individual needs.

Other Modular Buildings for Disaster Recovery:

Modular Buildings for Disaster Recovery

Wapato SD Science Wing Work Continues!

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Construction of the modular Science Wing at Wapato School District in Washington continues.  The gallery above shows the modular building process from construction of wall and roof sections through delivery of modular units to the project site.  The project is … Continue reading

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