When we asked for the classrooms, we had no idea how we would actually buy them or from where. We just saw the need, asked for permission and trusted the Lord would direct us. In His kindness, about a month ago a school in San Diego county ordered the removal of a large number of modular buildings in preparation for new construction. We simply had to pay for transportation and as many as we desired were delivered to our property. This act of providence saved us more than $100,000!
The classrooms are steel framed and last indefinitely. You can stack them five stories tall, but we'll be setting them all at ground-level and rebuilding them to look like new. The first step is to close them up for security, then we'll begin to gut the insides and rebuild each of them according to our design.
After the site is prepped, we'll move them into place, connect the seams and do all the exterior finish work. Our architect has done a wonderful job on the design. Our goal is for each modular to look like a standard building and visually fit into the overall campus aesthetic.