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Modular Company Helps Schools to Solve Fluctuating Enrollment Challenges

November 29th, 2016 Comments off

A Palomar Modular Unit. Credit: Palomar.

Palomar Modular Buildings, a DeSoto, Texas based modular building manufacturer, has been awarded with a Portable/Modular Building contract from Region 7 Education Service Center Purchasing & Vendor Services (ESC), allowing Region 7 members to purchase modular buildings at favorable negotiated rates.

The portable/modular building contract with Region 7 gives Palomar exposure to Texas school districts which helps us to continue providing educators with a cost-effective solution to deal with fluctuating enrollment,” said John Martin, President of Palomar Modular Buildings.

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The Region 7 ESC organization provides educational resources and support to thousands of students in Northeast Texas.

The Region 7 portable classroom contract offers Region 7 Education Service Center members a unique and beneficial opportunity to purchase goods and services from contracts that meet State Competitive Bidding Requirements, thus saving them valuable time and resources.

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Palomar Modular Buildings provides education-building solutions for school districts to satisfy temporary and permanent construction requirements. Palomar works with school facility administrators to develop floor plans, facility planning, space design, and project management to deliver an optimized experience for education providers. ##

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Modular Classroom Provider Ramping up Production

April 17th, 2014 Comments off

With turnaround times as low as four to six weeks, Palomar Modular Buildings of DeSoto, Texas is augmenting the supply of their most popular modular classroom buildings as school districts begin preparing for next year’s enrollment. Producing both permanent and temporary education facilities that can be customized to match existing architectural elements, Palomar also offers ADA-compliant steps, decks and wheelchair accessible ramps, according to The classrooms are available through cooperative purchasing consortiums, and the company also works with public finance institutions to offer financing. has posted several stories recently of cash and time-strapped school districts seeking modular classrooms to accommodate burgeoning enrollment. ##

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Modular Buildings on Display in Dallas

February 11th, 2014 Comments off

Palomar Modular Buildings will have a display at the BuildExpo Dallas at the Dallas Convention Center, Feb. 12-13, 2014, one of the larger building and construction trade shows in the nation. As informs, Palomar manufactures modular building for office, retail, healthcare, education and workforce housing from its manufacturing facility in DeSoto, Texas.

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Palomar Modular Buildings Introduces Integrated Wood-Steel Floor System

February 27th, 2012 Comments off

palomar logoPalomar Modular Buildings, a Texas based manufacturer of commercial prefabricated and modular buildings, announced recently the introduction of an integrated wood-steel floor system achieved by nesting dimensioned lumber in perimeter steel beams. The company says the new floor system can reduce over the road height by as much as a foot. The floor system increases the structural integrity of the onsite floor system by allowing for a true perimeter foundation that also lowers the height of the structures off the ground. Also, in a conventional installation Palomar’s buildings can now have handicap ramps that are up to 12’ feet shorter thus making entry and egress more user friendly.Palomar says this new application is particularly important for multi story buildings where stacking modules is enhanced with the monolithic floor system that doesn’t require any additional work to remove transport assemblies. In addition, the combined wood-steel floor system eliminates the need for separate carriers to move modules to assembly sites.

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