Constructed in southern Georgia, the 32 individual sections of the 27,000 square foot temporary modular laboratory building were delivered to Newark, DE one-by-one and fitted together with perfection on the University of Delaware’s STAR Campus. One of the major benefits for the University of Delaware is that they can lease this large building for as long as they need it and return it when they have completed their construction projects and no longer have any use for it.
During its time at the STAR Campus, the temporary modular lab and classroom building is expected to consecutively serve several different University of Delaware departments as their individual building renovations are performed. The temporary building is designed with three separate wings so that the building can be used entirely by one department or divided to accommodate several at the same time. This design also allows the university to return a portion of the building if they no longer require the entire amount of space.