Westfield State College’s modular addition was constructed and installed in just 11 weeks, demonstrating the efficiency and time savings afforded by modular construction. A thin brick system was used as a facade of the building to match the campus’ existing structures. The brick facade and zero-entry give this temporary modular building a permanent appeal. Nine-foot wide custom porticos, constructed of aztek material, were built at each entrance. Over 100’ of concrete walkways that tie into the campus walkways made the new site blend seamlessly in with the rest of the campus.
Although this building is temporary, the layout was custom designed for the students and faculty. Office suites were specifically designed for the faculty with carpet squares, mosaic-tiled restrooms, and custom keypad entry suite doors.
Triumph’s turn-key services included the installation of piers and a perimeter foundation frost wall, utilities as well as a sprinkler and fire alarm system, site restoration, and landscaping. Site work including the installation of bluegrass sod and shrubs were the finishing touches on this project.