iMod Structures Raises $11M Series A To Build Out Modular Classrooms

An article about Vallejo, California-based iMod Structures, cites the September 2018 Getting Down to Facts II report, Financing School Facilities in California: A Ten-Year Perspective, that found that, “California school districts need to spend between $3.1 billion and $4.1 billion annually just to maintain their existing facilities. Further, the total amount of facility funding needed for California schools during the next decade for modernization and new construction is expected to be about $117 billion.” Get a copy of the report and see a video by its authors at >>>>

iMod Structures wants to take the concept of portable classrooms to another level by bringing modular, or prefabricated construction, to the public education sector. iMod expects to commence commercial-scale production of its modular classrooms later this year.


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