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Pacific Marine Credit Union

PMCU has secured a 20 year ground lease on Camp Pendleton to open up their second branch. They wanted a modular building so that the branch could be relocated at a future time. Federal code required the building to be blast resistant (ATFP Construction).
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Coca Cola was in the process of selling a part of their distribution center and relocating staff/drivers to a temporary facility. The drivers were moved to a new drop lot building and required a logistics and deposit office to deposit vending machine monies.
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Temple Adat Shalom

Temple Adat looked to expand their existing preschool & daycare center to accommodate a growing wait list. Budget constraints and timing were the Temple’s biggest challenges when deciding between modular construction and conventional construction.
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The County of San Diego - Borrego Valley Airport

The County of San Diego was looking to replace an existing modular building at the Bor-rego Valley Airport. The existing building had served its purpose but was in poor condition and was determined to be of little value. A new building solution was needed.
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10,000 RV

10,000 RV, a very successful and established RV dealer was looking to open a new state of the art sales facility with a “diner” style restaurant in San Diego. Their lot had excellent freeway frontage and was ideal as a sales facility. The challenge was it sat directly over an old landfill. The building department ruled that no permanent structures could be built on site due to settling ground conditions and the evidence of methane gas.
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General Dynamics - NASSCO

NASSCO, a division of General Dynamics is a full service shipyard located in San Diego CA. They employ hundreds of employees and needed an affordable and durable restroom facility at one of the berths. The challenge was to design a modular restroom to withstand the rigors of a ship yard environment for years to come.
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La Jolla Country Day School

La Jolla Country Day is a K-12 private school located in prestigious La Jolla Ca. This very popular school had plans to expand the campus but needed interim space until construction commences in a few years. They had two primary challenges; 1) The “temporary” classrooms and offices must be architecturally appealing and conform with surrounding structures 2) The interior floor plan must accommodate multiple classrooms and faculty needs.
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Modular Building Concepts, Inc. Corporate Office

Modular Building Concepts Inc. was relocating their corporate offices from San Diego Ca. to Poway Ca. They planned on using a 2,160 square foot modular building in lieu of a more traditional concrete “tilt up” building to show future customers how modular construction can save them time and money and still produce the same or better quality structure. The local building department was unsure whether or not a factory built structure could be manufactured to meet strict architectural standards for the business park. The challenge was to design a structure that would meet all building codes and be architecturally consistent with surrounding buildings.
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Public Auto Wholesale

Public Auto Wholesale, a successful used car dealership was interested in opening a sales office at a busy intersection in La Mesa, CA. The challenge was to design a modular building that met the owner’s space needs, budget constraints, but most importantly look “permanent”.
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University of California San Diego (UCSD)

Office and classroom space for; School of Medicine, Student Health Services, Medical Center, Biomedical Research, Facilities Design & Construction, Continuing Education and Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology and Risk Management departments.
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U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

Camp Pendleton required two modular buildings, one for a computer lab and one for supporting office personnel. The challenge was the computer lab. They needed a completely operational and functional modular facility that would accommodate a highly sophisticated computer testing system.
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Valley View Casino

Valley View Casino, part of the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians is a very successful and popular casino in Northern San Diego County. They cater to the Southern California gambling community and have experienced steady growth since opening in April of 2001. Their challenge was to accommodate the space needs of numerous departments quickly and affordably as the casino expanded.
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