CRATE Modular is an industry leader in steel modular construction for the multifamily, supportive housing, educational, residential, and commercial construction sectors. We have years of experience wi... (Click to Read More)
CRATE Modular is an industry leader in steel modular construction for the multifamily, supportive housing, educational, residential, and commercial construction sectors. We have years of experience with project types of all sizes and complexities. Our innovative, factory-based construction method has far-reaching implications, helping meet the challenges facing the construction industry today, including the housing crisis and the rising costs of traditional building materials. We work with developers, architects, homeowners, municipalities, and facilities managers to provide the optimal modular building system for each project.
To date, CRATE has delivered over 250,000 square feet of buildings, including over 500 beds for homelessness. All of our buildings are manufactured locally in Los Angeles and are delivered ready-to-install to our customers.
While CRATE formerly offered ADUs and tiny homes, as of early 2022, they are now focusing on larger, mid-to-large multifamily projects. CRATE Modular is a portfolio company of WindSail Capital Group, a Boston-based investment firm focused on energy innovation and sustainability.
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- CRATE’s team was involved in building the first multifamily affordable housing building in the U.S. made out of shipping containers. The award-winning project, called Potters Lane, was designed specifically to house homeless veterans and continues to be an inspirational model for creative affordable housing developments.
- CRATE built six classrooms and two restroom units for Medea Creek Middle School.ach classroom is made up of (3) 8×40 recycled containers which create a 960 square foot learning space.
- CRATE partnered with Z Villages and architects radLAB for this 1,900 square foot retail complex made out of steel shipping containers in downtown Atascadero.
- Designed as two 3-story buildings with a total of 132 units of interim housing for homelessness, each unit is 160 square feet with a full bathroom, millwork and HVAC.Merced’s Navigation Center includes 75 beds, kitchen/dining facilities, laundry, classroom, clinic, and office space for support service providers within the 15,360 square foot facility.
CRATE’s approach eliminates workflow inefficiencies, shortens the development cycle compared to conventional site-built construction, reduces waste, and produces stronger and more durable buildings. CRATE’s goal is to bring cost efficient, high quality, problem free building solutions to each of our clients
Deployed to Date Detail: California Only
Built Custom Plans? Yes