SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 (STL.News)
Palomar Modular Buildings has released a case study for the completed construction of the new City of Wilmer City Hall modular building in Wilmer, Texas. The 5,376 square foot facility will be home to both the water department and the permits department, where citizens can take care of business with the city.
The ADA-compliant six-module government building includes an open lobby area, with walk-up access windows to the Permit Department on one side and the Water Department on the other. Included in the design is a drop box on the exterior of the building directly connected to the Water Department, which citizens can conveniently use outside of operating hours. The floor plan also features a large conference room that opens into the lobby, as well as multiple offices, an IT room, employee break room and employee restrooms. The modular building features dual-glazed low-e windows, a high efficiency HVAC system, electronic secured doors, durable low maintenance floor and wall coverings, and motion light sensors. The modules were prefabricated at the Palomar Modular Buildings manufacturing facility in DeSoto, Texas before they were shipped to the City of Wilmer location for installation and final finish.
The City of Wilmer City Hall Building case study, along with a host of other case studies, is available at the Palomar Modular Building website.
About Palomar Modular Buildings
Palomar Modular Buildings manufactures advanced modular buildings for a range of industries including office, retail, healthcare, education and workforce housing. The company’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in DeSoto, Texas, is staffed with a dedicated team of skilled tradesmen and production managers that have produced hundreds of modular projects from simple additions to complex multi-stage facilities.