Video: A School Administrator’s Guide to Designing a Better Modular Classroom

Modular classroom design for better learning environments
Matt Banes
Written by Matt Banes

This is how innovation in the modular building industry has changed modular classrooms forever.

Imagine a modular classroom that’s not just a place to learn but also a space that promotes health and is kind to our planet. Welcome to the world of the SAGE Modular Classroom!

Originating from a collaboration between Portland State University, Blazer Industries, and Pacific Mobile Structures, the SAGE Classroom is no ordinary learning space. SAGE stands for “Smart Academic Green Environment,” and it lives up to its name. This innovative classroom design combines the best of two worlds: a focus on creating a healthy environment for students and a commitment to sustainable, green building practices.

By partnering with your local modular classroom suppliers and manufacturers, you can create a better temporary or permanent space solution than the typical portable classroom.

But what makes the SAGE Classroom even more unique? It’s modular and re-locatable. This means schools can easily move these classrooms as needed, offering flexibility without compromising on quality. Plus, the design has won awards, proving that it’s not just practical but also aesthetically pleasing.

In a nutshell, the SAGE Classroom is the future of education, ensuring that every student has the chance to learn in a space that’s both healthy and environmentally friendly.

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Matt Banes

Matt Banes

Call me directly and I will help you make the smartest decisions before you buy, rent or sell a modular building or portable classroom anywhere in the United States. (800) 806-7485.
Since 1988, I have helped thousands of businesses, public and private schools, and places of worship with decisions concerning planning, permitting, floor plan design and financing of temporary and permanent modular spaces. So, why wait? Call me directly at the Modular Building Help Line today!