We delivered a new architect-designed modular building to Vermont Secondary College to replace Block C.
A number of different learning environments as well as staff and administration facilities were required, which were constructed and delivered for the second half of the 2019 school year. Comprised of 37 modules, the project encompassed 1100 square metres and a separate clerestory roof structure for the central hub, all of which was lifted in on site. A full turnkey solution covering all aspects of the delivery of the project was provided, as well as the safe removal of asbestos. The facility included several General Learning Areas (GLA’s), computer labs, science labs, office space, toilet facilities, multiple internal and external ramps for safe access and a central group activity hub. The project also included locker bays and civil and site service connections.
This upgrade has provided the school with a specially designed multipurpose education hub to meet their needs, and they are now able to make use of limited space on campus to keep up with enrolment growth in the area.
Our modular facilities require less time for planning and construction, resulting in reduced disruption to students, staff and teaching programs. They are sustainable and innovatively designed, with a comparable lifespan to bricks and mortar structures.
Vermont Secondary College is benefiting from the Permanent Modular School Buildings Program.