June 13, 2022
CRATE Modular Partners with Education Facilities Group (EFG) to Construct New Modular Education Building in Los Angeles
Developed by an experienced education facilities firm, the girls’ charter school will provide a beautiful education space for young female athletes using modern modular building methods.
May 17, 2022
Asking the Right Questions Before You Start Manufacturing Offsite Solutions
CRATE Modular's CEO, Rich Rozycki was a guest on the Dave Cooper show to talk about modular construction and shared advice about those entering the offsite construction markets. Rich also discussed CRATE's newest product line, a hybrid system of structural and cold formed steel that will be used in a four-story apartment, 48 unit permanent supportive housing complex going into Koreatown in Los Angeles, CA.
January 24, 2022
CRATE MODULAR LAUNCHES NEW LIGHT GAUGE STEEL SOLUTION
CRATE Modular, Leading Manufacturer of Modular Buildings to Construct 47 Units of Permanent Supportive Housing in Los Angeles with New Light Gauge Steel Solution
November 16, 2021
The pandemic economy’s latest victim? The lowly shipping container
California-based company Crate Modular, for example, uses containers to make affordable multifamily apartments, temporary housing for people experiencing homelessness and school buildings.
October 22, 2021
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How a Carson-based company is converting shipping containers into affordable housing
Anchored off the Southern California coast, many people see a record-setting backlog of container ships. But others, like Amanda Gattenby of Crate Modular, see opportunity.
August 12, 2021
Los Angeles Shipping Container Village Housing the Homeless
The project is located on a 4.2 acre site, a former parking lot that was slated to become a staging area for the construction of a new jail near downtown Los Angeles, The Hilda L. Solis Care First Village housing complex was conceived by NAC Architecture, and Bernards, a California-based builder and construction management company in collaboration with LA County's Department of Public Works.
August 7, 2021
How Shipping Containers Were Used To Build Social Housing Complex for the Homeless in Los Angeles, USA.
The 64,000 square feet housing complex was completed in a record six months ready for occupation. The project offers 232 housing units, along with a common building that holds a commercial kitchen, dining area, laundry facilities and administrative spaces.
July 30, 2021
NAC Architecture and Bernards use shipping containers as a social experiment to build LA housing complex for the homeless quickly and cheaply
NAC Architecture and Bernards have conceived The Hilda L Solis Care First Village–formerly known as the Vignes Street Interim Housing Project–as a social experiment; the project is a hybrid of permanent and temporary structures and will be used flexibly for both housing and shelter.