The Fremont Unified School District contracted JL Modular for construction of this two story modular school building containing twelve general classrooms, 30’x32’ each. JL Modular also built a learning court, removed and replaced the lunch shelter and added new parking with drop-off area. This project was developed using design-build project methodology to add value, flexibility, and save time.
Construction of a new two-story modular classroom building totaling 14,640 square feet and all associated site work. The building features five kindergarten classrooms with associated bathrooms and six standard classrooms plus a teachers office and observation room. Project delivery is Design-Build.
Design-build delivery of a new 19,200 square foot, two story modular classroom building. Includes six kindergarten classrooms and ten standard classrooms. The project utilized prefabricated wood shear wall panels, floors and roofs in order to be constructed under a six month timeline.
UC Berkeley selected JL Construction as design-build contractor for the renovation of Blue Oak Ranch Reserve, a scientific research site on Mt. Hamilton in Santa Clara County.
JLC, with its architect partners, transformed the simple research site with a vintage barn and temporary living trailers into a state-of-the-art facility capable of accommodating 50 people with two faculty residences, four cabins and eight seasonal cabins. The utility infrastructure consists of a massive off-the-grid solar array, battery backup power, generators, solar hot water heaters, septic system, water storage and fire sprinkler pumps. The barn was renovated with a research lab, accessible bathrooms and showers, large commercial kitchen and presentation space.
Due to the remote site, all of the buildings were constructed in JL Modular’s manufacturing facility and placed on-site.
Construction of 8,000 square foot building featuring a group kitchen, library and activity area plus nine bedrooms and offices for administration and support staff. Walls and roofs were prefabricated in JL Modular's manufacturing facility. Panelized walls and roof were assembled on-site and then finish work was completed.
A unique collaboration between San Jose Evergreen Community College District, and Milpitas Unified School District, the new Joint Use 21st Century Education Center provides 13,000 square feet of new classrooms for high school and college students. The classrooms are designed around a central courtyard and a Hub, to foster collaboration and learning. High school students will use the building during the day and college students will use the building at night. The new building provides lecture classrooms, biology lab, robotics, technology and standard classrooms. Designed to be LEED Silver, the building incorporates several sustainable and efficient building systems.
Faced with a growing enrollment and aging buildings, this school district took the ambitious approach of demolishing over half of their existing campus to build 26 new classrooms in two separate buildings. The district chose to use the design-build delivery for the two-phase construction, which also included a central quad.
In Phase I, JL Modular was hired to design and build a new two-story 28,000 square foot classroom building. The two-story building consisted of 20 classrooms, 4 restrooms, a teacher's lounge, an interior corridor, and an elevator. Phase II added an 8,000 square foot single-story classroom building.
The entire 32,000 square foot project was completed in 7 months, minimizing the amount of time students had to spend in temporary portable classrooms.
With an increasing enrollment and a tight site, San Francisco Unified School District had to build vertical to get the additional space they needed. They chose to build a new two story building with 11 classrooms and a teacher’s lounge utilizing modular construction and teamed with JLC for their fourth design-build project together. The ambitious project was completed in a 14-month timeline including bidding, design, DSA approval and all site work and new construction of the two story classroom building.
The building itself was built utilizing slab on grade, modular floor and roof frames and prefabricated wall panels allowing construction to be completed in less than 5 months. A separate elevator and stair tower was built so that the elevator would be incorporated into the building. The building was built right next to the existing classroom building so that they could be connected with expansion joints and share elevators, stairs, and teacher workroom facilities.
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