Learning environments: You get a pretty good picture right here of which members of Congress count the development of better classrooms and schools among their priorities. Back in May, the House passed H.R. 2187 – the 21st Century Green High-Performing Public Schools Facilities Act. The measure would set aside more than $6 billion to be distributed by the Department of Education for modernization, renovation and repair of public schools to high-performance standards such as CHPS. The bill (or a companion to it) still awaits action by the Senate. The House vote went pretty much along party lines – though about two dozen Republicans, including moderate Illinois Congressman Mark Kirk, signed on to it.
Cliff has actively worked to redefine the modular industry in both temporary and permanent modular buildings. He has been at the forefront of many of the advancements in modular design and engineering as a result of his team-building approach. He has collaborated with the best factories, architects, engineers, and contractors to produce some of the industry’s highest quality projects. He is a graduate of the management Executive Education program from Harvard Business School and currently sits on the Board of Trustees of the Modular Building Institute Education Foundation. He has also served as a past board member of the Modular Building Institute.