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Modular Classrooms: The Future of Modern Schooling

The Rise of Modular Classrooms in Modern Education

Modular Classrooms have become an essential component in today’s school landscape. As educational institutions grapple with limited expansion opportunities and the need for new building spaces, modular or portable classrooms emerge as a practical solution.

Why Choose ARH Portable and Modular Buildings LTD?

Designed to be a lasting addition to any school, we offer comprehensive services, from manufacturing to installation. Whether you’re looking for a full turn-key service or simply a bespoke modular classroom, we’ve got you covered. Our classrooms are:

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the advantages of modular classrooms?

Modular classrooms offer several advantages:

  • Flexibility: They can be easily expanded, reduced, or relocated based on the school’s needs.
  • Cost-Efficient: Often more affordable than traditional construction, with reduced labour and material costs.
  • Speedy Construction: Modular classrooms can be built faster than traditional structures, minimising disruption to the school environment.
  • Eco-Friendly: Many modular buildings are designed with sustainability in mind, using energy-efficient materials and methods.
  • Customizable: They can be tailored to fit specific educational needs and aesthetic preferences.

With proper maintenance, a modular classroom can last for several decades, often ranging from 20 to 30 years or more. The lifespan can vary based on the quality of materials used, environmental factors, and the level of care provided.

The construction time for a modular school can vary based on its size and complexity. However, in general, modular schools can be built in a fraction of the time required for traditional construction, often within a few months.

The capacity of a portable classroom depends on its size and design. On average, a standard modular classroom can accommodate 20 to 30 students comfortably. However, larger designs can hold more students, while specialised rooms (like labs or art rooms) might have a smaller capacity.

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