It’s back to school time. For many students across the country, that means hitting the books and attending classes in state-of-the-art modular classrooms. Williams Scotsman has long been a trusted partner for schools looking to increase access to learning spaces for students.
Located in a mountainous region of McDowell County, West Virginia, Anawalt Elementary serves students in kindergarten through fifth grade. When the school district received some alarming news that its existing school building was being condemned, they had to act fast. The school had to scramble to procure a facility for their students and staff in the few months before the next school year commenced.
Anawalt needed a building to accommodate classrooms, bathroom facilities, a cafeteria and administrative offices. Williams Scotsman handled project coordination, delivery and installation. The school district chose a 26-unit modular configuration as the best temporary solution. The layout includes open space classrooms, a computer lab, a conference room, a staff lounge and a cafeteria adjoined by a kitchen with storage capacity. The company installed a main interior corridor that helps eliminate any outdoor traffic between classrooms, offices and the kitchen.
The Williams Scotsman modular solution provided a new school for students in three months.
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