Location: Marysville, Washington
Project Type: Permanent Modular School
Project Size: 39,000 SQ. FT.Number of Units: 120 Modules
- Clearstory windows provide plenty of natural light
- Flexible spaces to enhance student learning & adapt to changing needs
- Reduced material waste by controlling inventory & recycling
The Marysville Art & Technology High School had outgrown their outdated leased, 21,000 ft2, space. They were looking to increase their capacity to approximately 39,000 ft2 and accommodate 400 students. The new campus (the Marysville Secondary Campus) would be located on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. It will include the Tulalip Heritage High School and the Tenth Street Middle School.
Whitley-Evergreen completed this innovative project along with Williams- Scotsman. The building was produced in sections at Whitley-Evergreen, Marysville, Washington, a modern construction facility. Williams-Scotsman, a national leader in the distribution of modular space, then transported the sections to the site where the foundation had already been prepared (this “concurrent construction” saved a significant amount of time on the project). Under the watchful eyes of professional project managers and third-party inspection agencies the building was assembled and finished. Together, Whitley-Evergreen (Whitley Manufacturing) and Williams-Scotsman were able to complete a custom, modern building with architectural appeal on a shortened time line and a controlled budget.