JL Construction, in partnership with JL Modular, designed and built a classroom building and multipurpose building for this K-8 school. The classroom building is a single story, 7200 square foot, permanent modular building including site work. Each of the six STEM classrooms is 1,100 square feet and features extensive daylighting and adjacent outdoor learning areas. The architect used JL Modular’s DSA prechecked design to ensure prompt DSA approval and faster construction. The new, 8,600 square foot modular multipurpose building features a 5,000 square foot assembly room, warming kitchen, changing rooms, restrooms and overhead doors that open to adjacent playgrounds. Site work included converting a field to two outdoor basketball courts, a new concrete amphitheatre, a play structure and lunch area.
Lucerne Elementary School New Kindergarten Classrooms
Location: Lucerne, CA
Client: Lucerne Elementary School District
Architect: IBI Group
As part of a portable replacement JL Modular was tasked with designing and building a new classroom building to provide two new kindergarten classrooms on this existing elementary School campus. JLM worked with the architect to use our clerestory DSA prechecked design to expedite approval. The building features two kindergarten classrooms with associated teacher work rooms and restrooms.
Summit Shasta High School
Location: Daly City, CA
Client: Summit Charter Schools
Architect: Artik Art & Architecture
Summit Shasta High School in Daly City, CA opened for students in August 2018. The school was built by JL Construction (JLC), in conjunction with JL Modular (JLM), with Artik Art & Architecture.
Summit Shasta is a new 400-student public charter high school on 2.5 acres in Daly City, CA, south of San Francisco.
JLC provided overall project management and utilities, parking and all outdoor learning spaces and landscaping while JLM provided the modular school buildings.
The campus has five 1-story modular buildings totaling 26,000 square feet. There are:
• 10 standard classrooms
• two science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) classrooms
• one special education classroom with associated office
• an administration space
• a large multipurpose building
The gym is large enough for a full basketball court plus bleachers as well as all-school gatherings.
Mabel Mattos Elementary School
Location: Milpitas, CA
Client: Milpitas Unified School District
Architect: Aedis Architects
Mabel Mattos Elementary School is a two building campus which is designed to be expanded to an 800-student elementary school.
The two-story steel frame buildings connected by a metal staircase were designed by AEDIS Architects and total 19,258 square feet.
The first phase features:
• A two-story modular classroom building with eight classrooms
• An adjacent two-story administration building
• All underground utilities for future phases
Spring Lake Elementary School
Location: Woodland, CA
Client: Woodland USD
Architect: HMC Architects
The new school for the Woodland Joint Unified School District was built by JL Modular in conjunction with HMC Architects and Otto Construction.
JLM was responsible for the construction of the modular buildings including the:
• administration building
• three kindergarten classrooms
• eight classrooms with adjacent collaboration spaces and restrooms
• a student center with library
JLM worked with HMC Architects to design and build the classroom buildings within one of JLM’s standard customizable classroom designs, which is preapproved by the California Division of the State Architect. This preapproval saved months in design and approval time.
The school offers a unique STEAM and project-based learning program that builds 21st-century skills. Design features and unique architectural elements include:
• Collaboration space between classrooms
• Limited built-ins for flexible use of classroom space
• Mobile furniture for adaptable spaces
• Natural lighting from windows
• Outdoor learning areas
• Mixed-use student center
Alhambra High School Building K
Location: Martinez, CA
Client: Martinez Unified School District
Architect: Hibser-Yamauchi Architects, Inc.
New 11,530 square foot, 8-classroom, modular building. The new building features a double-loaded corridor, restrooms and associated sitework. Classroom types include: standard, special education, and computer labs. Each classroom is equipped with a Front Row system that is connected to an 80” LED TV. This system allows the teachers to mirror the images on their computers with the TV’s to enhance the learning experience.
Rocketship Education Senter Road Campus
Location: San Jose, CA
Client: Rocketship Education
Architect: Artik Art and Architecture
One and two-story modular classroom buildings for charter school campus in San Jose, CA. The two-story classroom building is a structural steel frame on a permanent foundation with 18 classrooms plus a learning lab, elevator and restrooms. The single-story modular building is a wood-frame shear-wall design which houses classrooms plus school administration offices and storage. Both buildings total 24,000 square feet. Project delivery is modular design-build.
Richard Crane Elementary School New Modular Kindergarten Building
Location: Rohnert Park, CA
Client: Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District
Architect: WLC Architects
The new, 7,200 square foot, kindergarten classroom building replaces aging portables at the Richard Crane Elementary School, part of the Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District.
JL Modular worked closely with WLC Architects of Emeryville, CA, on the design which features partition walls, to give educators a 21st century collaborative learning environment. Green features include state -of-the-art lighting and electrical systems, extensive daylighting and recycled materials used throughout the building.
ACE Empower Academy Multipurpose Building
Location: San Jose, CA
Client: ACE Charter Schools
Architect: Artik Art & Architecture
New modular multipurpose building featuring three roll-up doors, one Big Ass fan, Solatubes and clerestory for natural light.
San Benito High School Visual and Performing Arts Building
Location: Hollister, CA
Client: San Benito High School District
Architect: AEDIS Architects and Byrens Kim Design Works
Design-build delivery of a new, modular, two-story visual and performing arts building featuring six standard classrooms, three studio art rooms, dance studio, ceramics studio with outside kilns, and associated restrooms and offices. JL Modular worked with the district and AEDIS Architects to design and build the new modular classroom building.