Our building site and design
1173 S. Main St.
Main Street and Templeton Road
With the help of 19Six architects, we designed an Enviroplex modular on a concrete stem wall foundation for the library with estimated costs of $1.3M, including site work, utilities and inspections.
The Enviroplex company, located in Stockton, California, has been in operation for over 40 years and provided most of the modular buildings for Templeton Unified School District.
All materials used in the construction of these buildings are sourced and purchased in the United States. Made of 70% already-recycled materials, all Enviroplex buildings are themselves 100% recyclable.
Enviroplex modular buildings are pre-approved by the Department of State Architect and meet stricter building and code requirements than those of SLO County. All the finishes, HVAC systems, fire sprinklers, plumbing fixtures, cabinetry, flooring, windows, doors and locks were chosen from a DSA pre-approved list and included in the building cost.
Architect Allan Kroeker of 19-6 Architects,
P-L Construction Mike & Ryan Peach
Total cost $1.4 M.