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Modular Church Floor Plans

Modular church floor plans have become more in demand than ever as more congregations are looking for affordable alternatives to building new church building from scratch.  Offering flexibility and affordability, modular church building floor plans can either be mobile or permanent, and can be used for many different purposes.  In most cases, modular church buildings […]

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Modular Daycare Buildings

Modular daycare buildings have been growing in popularity among many childcare business owners who are either looking for a space to get a new daycare business off the ground, or who are looking to expand their current facilities.  Modular daycare buildings are built offsite in order to accommodate complex design needs and to speed up […]

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Ground broken on world's tallest modular building – Gizmag

Forest City Ratner Companies (FCRC), working with Skanska as operating partner and construction manager, have broken ground on the residential component of the Atlantic Yards redevelopment project in Brooklyn, New York. The B2 building will be the first of three residential towers that will be constructed on the 22 acre (89,000 sq.mt) site, which also […]

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Modular Building Institute Lauds High Rise Groundbreaking as Industry Game … – Albany Times Union

Project leaders for Atlantic Yards unveiled a model chassis that will be used in the 32-story B2 residential tower in Brooklyn. The use of modular technology in a building this high could lead to major changes in the construction industry. (PRWEB) December 20, 2012 New York City developer Forest City Ratner Companies “broke ground” Tuesday […]

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Modular Building Institute Lauds High Rise Groundbreaking as Industry Game … – Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release)

Project leaders for Atlantic Yards unveiled a model chassis that will be used in the 32-story B2 residential tower in Brooklyn. The use of modular technology in a building this high could lead to major changes in the construction industry. (PRWEB) December 20, 2012 New York City developer Forest City Ratner Companies “broke ground” Tuesday […]

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What's the Deal With Atlantic Yards' Modular Construction? – Curbed NY (blog)

This week, Forest City Ratner broke ground on the next phase of the Atlantic Yards, a 32-story residential tower known as B2, which will be the world’s tallest modular building. It will have 363 residential units and 4,000 square feet of retail space, which is great and all, but what exactly does modular construction entail? […]

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Embodied energy: traditional masonry vs modular – Architects' Journal

A report by FACIT homes calls for embodied energy to be considered in Code for Sustainable Homes House design in the UK is changing, through regulation, costs, and the drive to push down energy usage. Traditionally UK houses are of masonry construction but more and more we are seeing houses constructed using modern methods of […]

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There's More Than History at Stake for NYC's First Pre-Fab High-Rise – The Atlantic Cities

The Atlantic Yards project in Brooklyn has gone through the usual tortured process of redevelopment in New York City, and the most recent excitement has been the opening of the $1 billion Barclays Center, home of the now Brooklyn (formerly New Jersey) Nets. But there’s another component of the massive project that is most […]

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Program that changes lives, collapsing, in need of funds – Bay News 9

CLEARWATER —  The Clearwater Civil Air Patrol unit headquarters is doomed, and without help, the program might be too. The cadets must come up with nearly $50,000 to save the building. About 62 cadets currently train at the Clearwater facility on N. Hercules Ave. in Building A. They learn about aerospace, leadership, fitness, and train […]

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Board of Regents approve construction of new residence hall for Fall 2014 – The Daily Toreador (registration)

Work will begin immediately on a new residence hall, which is expected to be completed by Fall 2014, Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning and Construction Michael Molina said. The Board of Regents approved the hall presented by the Facilities Committee at its meeting at 8:30 a.m. Friday. The Board heard discussion about the proposed hall […]

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