A modular elevator system offers many advantages, and one of the most crucial is short build times.
When Jesuit High School in Carmichael, Calif., began a campus modernization project, one of the school’s goals was to improve accessibility for students, staff and visitors. To achieve this goal, the private high school added a modular elevator connecting the main floor to the second floor.
Modular elevators are an ideal solution for educational facilities, offering significant advantages over conventional elevators. Constructed of nonproprietary, high-quality components and manufactured in a plant-controlled environment, a modular elevator can be used in new and retrofit projects from two to seven stories. Its application continues to grow in popularity, especially for education buildings.
Click here to read the full article in Environmental Design + Construction Magazine dated November 1, 2011.