Lexington High School Addition

Triumph Modular provided Lexington High School with 18,000 sq. ft. of classroom space over the summer break. The building was ready for the first day of school, on time, and within budget.

The modular building features 15 new classrooms for the students of Lexington High School. The Town of Lexington was able to leverage the advantages of modular construction to combat overcrowding with no sacrifice to quality.

The modular building was designed and installed for permanent usage and provided their high school students with energy-efficient classrooms with ample natural light and quality finishes.

Some examples of what makes this building unique are the high-efficiency HVAC system, corrugated steel siding on the exterior, and expansive floor-to-ceiling glass, which allows the classrooms to be illuminated with natural light.