Moreland Middle School Modular Locker Room Addition
Location: San Jose, CA
Client: Moreland School District
Architect: McKim Design Group
The 5,760 sf Moreland project is a 90 x 64 building consisting of locker rooms, restrooms, PE classrooms, storage space and offices. JL Modular constructed the buildings utilizing slab on grade, modular steel moment frames, light gauge metal stud framing, a plaster exterior and metal roof. The boys and girls locker rooms have heavy duty lockers and epoxy floors for durability in the high use space.
Monroe Elementary School 2-Story Modular Classroom Building
Location: San Francisco, CA
Client: San Francisco Unified School District
Architect: SIM Architects
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.
Sonoma Charter School New Classrooms
Location: Sonoma, Ca
Client: Sonoma Valley Unified School District
Architect: Wilson Architecture, Inc.
Project consisted of construction of three new buildings including two classrooms and a school administration building. Project includes all related site work and new building construction and JLM completed work in seven weeks.
West Marin School New Modular Classrooms
Location: Tomales, CA
Client: Shoreline Unified School District
Architect: Lemanski & Rockwell Architects
Shoreline Unified School District chose JL Modular to build a new music and math classroom building utilizing modular construction at the West marin School. The two buildings were built in just under two months over the summer to allow the school district to occupy the buildings for the new school year. The structure replaced two aging portables to give the school permanent classrooms that matched the aesthetics of the school and would last just as long.
The music building features a large 10-foot double door that opened to a small amphitheater to allow students to practice and perform just outside of the music room.
SCOE Community School
Location: Santa Rosa, CA
Client: Sonoma County Office of Education
Architect: Persinger Architects
The SCOE Community School is a new campus consisting of two new classroom wings built to form an interior courtyard and play area. JLM constructed the new buildings utilizing slab on grade modular buildings with a site built metal stud wall with custom curved track tops between each classroom to give the campus a Southwestern look. The landscaping was completed with palm trees, succulents, and desert tone pavers and plaster to complete the look.
The Community School included administrative offices, a warming kitchen, gymnasium, child care, and classrooms. The metal roofs had Solatubes for natural daylight and thin film solar panels to provide the majority of the school’s power. The project was built to LEED requirements, but certification was not pursued by the District.
Capuchino High School Theater Renovations
Location: San Mateo, CA
Client: San Mateo Union High School District
Architect: Artik Art & Architecture
Renovation and addition to the existing Theater Building and construction of a new Humanities Building.
Henry Hall Middle School Addition
Location: Corte Madera, CA
Client: Larkspur-Corte Madera School District
Architect: Lemanski & Rockwell Architects
JL Modular constructed two new modular buildings at Henry Hall Middle School containing over 9,000 square feet of new classrooms.
The uniqueness of this project is that the two buildings were constructed facing each other, and were then connected with aluminum storefront and a Kalwall skylight to create an interior corridor between the two classrooms. The classrooms had upper clerestory windows so that light from the corridor could filter into the classrooms.