Across the country, it’s easy to recognize the communities that are growing too fast for their schools to keep up. Take Snoqualmie Valley School District in San Francisco, California, for example. When faced with a quickly increasing student population, the Washington district bypassed the “middle school” configuration completely and added modular classrooms to create a freshman-only school.
The benefits of portable classrooms are apparent in a growing environment such as Silicon Valley. Enter San Francisco’s Morgan Hill School District’s San Martin/Gwinn Elementary School, serving grades K-8. They were attracted to the modular classroom idea because of the favorable environmental footprint (or lack thereof) portable buildings offer.
Companies like Advanced Modular Space offer a sizeable inventory with flexible leasing options and a wide range of building types, both new and used. The question “What do we do? Our school has more students then we have room.” Is easily answered by prefabricated buildings. Whether it be modular science labs, mobile classrooms, or prefab office space for the teachers and administrative staff, the modular solution is fast, flexible, and cost-effective.
About Reliant Asset Management
Aries Business Building Systems is a subsidiary of Reliant Asset Management. RAM specializes in supplying remote work force and commercial modular buildings for a wide range of industries and applications across the U.S. and Canada. The company is a single source contact and contract for all services necessary to ensure that every aspect of the required structure is met or exceeded. With a seasoned team of modular building experts, Reliant provides a wide range of integrated offerings including customized design, manufacturing, transportation, construction, support services and financing to name a few. In addition to being named to the Forbes list of America’s Top 20 Most Promising Companies, Reliant was also ranked number 3 on the 2014 Inc. 500, Inc. Magazine’s annual list of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S.