Video: American Modular Systems School Facility Construction Video

California is leading the way in innovation when it comes to modular school construction
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Written by Matt Banes

If you are planning to build a new school, or add to your existing facility in California, this video is for you. AMS is changing modular school construction and reaching new levels of high-quality school facilities.

If you’re currently involved in planning a construction project for a public or private school in California, you won’t want to miss this video. American Modular Systems, based in Manteca, California, is dedicated to constructing high-quality learning spaces that are accessible to more schools and students. By bridging the gap between traditional school construction and typical modular building, AMS is bringing much-needed innovation to the educational facilities industry. Discover how their vision is revolutionizing school construction by watching the video below.


“Clients are demanding more innovative solutions that can be implemented quickly and efficiently, while also providing a high-quality learning environment for students. The modular construction market has been slow to adapt to these demands, but companies like American Modular Systems are changing that. Their innovative approach to building high-quality learning spaces is exactly what the market needs to meet the evolving needs of our schools and communities.” – John Martin, School Facility Planner.

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Matt Banes

Since 1998, I have assisted numerous businesses, schools, and churches in buying, renting, and selling various types of modular buildings, mobile offices, and portable classrooms suitable for diverse space needs. One of my core success principles lies in my accessibility via phone to provide prompt assistance, answer queries, and aid in the search for cost-effective space solutions that align with your facility goals. So, why wait? Call me directly at the Modular Building Help Line (800) 806-7485.