Modular classrooms and portable classrooms in Texas, provided by Vanguard Modular, can seamlessly alleviate overcrowding in your school’s learning space. Areas like Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Dothan, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Decatur, Florence, and Columbus continue to see surging population growth resulting from notable development of residential areas.
Texas’s surge in population is driving the need for more quality classroom space to reduce school overcrowding and comfortably accommodate the influx new students. Additional classroom space is often provided by modular classrooms and portable classrooms.
New and existing private schools, charter schools, and public schools prefer modular classrooms & portable classrooms, because they are delivered in a very short period of time and are ready for occupancy quickly. Texas schools do not have a lot of down-time so construction speed is important. Other benefits of modular include affordable purchase options and flexible lease rates.
Vanguard’s modular classrooms and portable classrooms provide the unique ability to have construction done in a compressed time-frame, because the buildings are built off-site at the same time the site is being prepared. From a couple hundred square feet to tens of thousands of square feet, portable classrooms also have the unique ability to serve Texas schools with temporary space during renovation projects.
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