Photo Courtesy of Project Frog Only the bathroom pods (above) of Project Frog schools are volumetric. All the other components come in kits assembled on-site. The approach frees the architect to design without transportation constraints. Photo Courtesy of Project Frog Related Links: Kit-of-Parts School Goes Up Fast The Promise and Pitfalls of Modular Buildings Mortenson Uses Off-Site Construction to Speed Denver Hospital Delivery Despite Challenges, Developer of the Stack Thinks Modular Is the Way To Go Project Frog Bernards The architects and fabricators that formed the six-year-old Project Frog were tired of mediocre modular buildings. Their idea was to work
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