Nadler helped the New Jersey Bais Tova elementry school augment their space requirements with a 10 buliding complex that included 5 classrooms, a multi-purpose room, 2 offices, and a teachers’ lounge. The additional classroom space was created without making permanent modifications to the property, and was designed to allow for low cost future changes.
Nadler created an 18 unit office complex spanning 216’x72′, to house over 200 workers on the New York Water Treatment Plant project – the largest project of its kind in NY City history. The modular complex accommodated general contractor’s offices, conference rooms, bathrooms, break rooms, and kitchen facilities.
This 25,000 sqft permanent modular school building was custom built for the all girls school Lubavitch of Monsey in New York, and consisted of 32 modules and 18 classrooms for their K-12 students. The manufacturing of this building used a hybrid approach – combing off-site pre fabrication with installed building details at the site, and also integrated a modular elevator system. The design was also important – needing to blend into to the surroundings which included upscale residential housing. The structure kept cost inefficiencies in mind throughout, and incorporated many ‘green’ technologies to reduce water and utility costs, and overall carbon footprint.
Nadler delivered 18 sleep trailers or barracks for the New Jersey Turnpike, creating sleeping quarters for male and female employees on call during the night shift. The barracks were located at various locations throughout the state of New Jersey, and each module equipped with adequate rest area and bedrooms.
“Nadler constructed a complete office complex for the NYC Parks & Recreation Department Forestry Division to house the field forester & horticulture groups. The complex was designed as an open area floor plan with 2 private offices, conference room, kitchen & storage area. Location of the facility was Queens, NY, with an average modular size fo 12’X60′ and total square feet of 5,436. The building was also ‘green’ – with much of the factory-built materials constructed of easily recyclable content that are qualified as eco-friendly materials, including all lite gauge steel framing, siding, mate beams, roof sheathing doors and frames.”
Nadler was asked by the NYPD to build a noise-proofed modular training facility, that would be located right next to the handgun and rifle practice range on the larger property. Nadler delivered a 3 modular solution, equipped with sound-deadening materials embedded into the walls of the structures in order to reduce the noise volume levels.
Nadler designed and built a custom sales office environment for the home builder, Paramount Homes – for its project in Asbury Park, NJ. The result was a 3 module building that delivered high-end functionality and craftsmanship for potential clients to experience the apartments prior to completion, and reinforce the attention to detail for the sales office as an indicator of what to expect from the actual homes being built.
After using Nadler Modular Structures to quickly rebuild after Hurricane Sandy, Prioirty-1 Torah Academy confirms modular buildings will be an important part of its long-term strategy to meet the growth and changing needs of its student population. Nadler installed a 7,000 sq. ft. modular building for the school, with outstanding quality and speed.
The Nadler Modular Rikers Island project provides a blended balance of utility and function; an appealing exterior; the latest in modern technology for maximum comfort; and enhanced security features that address the unique requirements necessitated by the structure being located within the walls of one of the world’s largest correctional institutions. Specifically the structure includes: 15 private offices; 4 executive suites; a customizable conference room with removable walls; a copy room; break room; IT work room; a computer server room with advanced cooling system; and a supply room.
Nadler Modular provided the the US. Department of the Army with several modular structures for their Fort Sill training facility Oklahoma. The modular were sized 12’x60′. Nadler successfully conformed to stringent U.S. Army requirements in regards to timelines, cost efficiency, and complex government requirements and regulations.