De Soto, Texas (PRWEB)
June 22, 2017
Palomar Modular Buildings is to provide Texas A&M University – San Antonio with two new modular classroom buildings for the 2017 fall semester. The buildings have been designed specifically for Texas A&M – San Antonio to accommodate the anticipated influx of the student-body population. The two ADA (American with Disabilities Act) compliant buildings will house a combined 17 classrooms, and will include laboratory space and restroom facilities.
Texas A&M University – San Antonio awarded the construction contract to Palomar Modular Buildings in June 2017 with a delivery date that will allow the school to occupy the new buildings for the start of school in August. The majority of the construction is happening off-site at Palomar’s manufacturing facility in DeSoto, Texas. The distinct buildings will then be shipped to the campus for final assembly. Prefabrication plays a major role in allowing the new buildings to be finished on time according to the construction schedule.
Texas A&M University – San Antonio’s new classroom facilities will allow the school to offer additional class scheduling flexibility, as well as providing additional space for campus events when classes are not in session.
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 team of skilled tradesmen and production managers that have produced hundreds of modular projects from simple additions to complex multi-stage facilities.
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