Case Study: Charter Schools.

Web Abstract: 
This discusses three approaches to finding the right building for a charter school: 1) Finding an available existing school building that can be occupied by the new charter school; 2) Finding and renovating an existing industrial or commercial building; and 3) Finding a suitable site and constructing a new charter school building. Schedule, quality and cost are a common concern of all three approaches. This also recommends considering modern steel and concrete modular construction technology that can provide a new school in as little as six months.
Author: 
Airikka, Robert
Journal: 
Commercial Modular Construction Magazine
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
06/30/2001
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