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Modular Relocation Services

Is your district in need of relocating district owned modular buildings, within site, within District school sites or from District to District, we can assist and herein below is a clear scope of what is included in our scope, additional services can be added by utilizing our piggyback.

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SCOPE “A” Standard Modular Classroom Building Relocation:

1. Knockdown

Remove modline grid and ceiling tiles, remove modline battens, cut carpet back at modline, cut exterior seam at modline, remove modline roofcap, disconnect modline electrical crossovers, disconnect bonding at modline, remove modline bolts, knockdown ramp, deck and handrail, open bldg up and install ramp, deck and handrail inside half unit, install plastic on both half openings, raise floors to double cribs, drive foundation pipes in ground 4inches.

2. Set-up

4.5"min to 12" max wood foundation, bolt mods at modline, connect x4 electrical/low voltage crossovers at modline, x2 ground lugs at x1 modline for bonding, install T-bar at modline only, drop ceiling tile at modline only, install 47ln.ft. metal roof caps at x1 modlines, install x1 wall hung fire extinguisher, install wall hung clock, install x4 insect screens, install foundation vent screen, caulk seam exterior x2 modline face, install 16" restrain pipes on foundation, install foundation tie plate, install x2 modline battens, vacuum clean interior floor only. Install deck/ramp/handrail bond to bldg, install skirting.

3. Materials Included

New Wood Foundation Package up to 12” (Lumber, Skirting, Vents, Tie Plates, 16” Pipes, Caulking, Lags, Nails, Self Taping Screws, Modline Bolts, Roof Cap, Ground Lugs)

4. Labor Included

Material Delivery, Labor to Load/Unload units and Dismantle/Set Up Labor

EXCLUDED IN SCOPE “A” DOES NOT INCLUDE

  • Transportation

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added for Modular Transport and/or Ramp system if section is not able to be transported within the Modular section

  • Supervision

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Forklift

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Flooring

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added for modline seaming Carpet (dependent of Type) or VCT

  • Dumpster

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Compliant New ADA Ramps

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added (existing ramps may require replacement for not meeting ADA compliance or deterioration of steel, District to verify)

  • Site Visit Due Diligence

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Painting Excluded on District Owned/Others Modular

SCOPE “B” Standard Modular Restroom Building Relocation

1. Knockdown

dismantle ramps/decks, cut plumbing manifold, raise on double cribs, load ramps/deck system on truck and secure.

2. Set-up

12" to a 18" foundation, install vent screens, install skirting, install tie plates, install 16" foundation restrain pipes, Install Common Deck secure to Modular, Install deck/Ramp, Ground Ramp to Deck, Deck to Common Landing, Landing to Building, install J-rail and skirting.

3. Materials Included

New Wood Foundation Package up to 18” (Lumber, Skirting, Vents, Tie Plates, 16” Pipes, Caulking, Lags, Nails, Self Taping Screws, Ground Lugs)

4. Labor Included

Material Delivery, Labor to Load/Unload and Dismantle/Set Up

EXCLUDED IN SCOPE “B” DOES NOT INCLUDE

  • Transportation

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added for Modular & Ramp Transport

  • Supervision

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Forklift

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Plumbing Manifold

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Dumpster

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Compliant New ADA Ramps

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added (existing ramps may require replacement for not meeting ADA compliance or deterioration of steel, District to verify)

  • Site Visit Due Diligence

    Not part of scope; Separate Item to be added

  • Painting Excluded on District Owned/Others Modular

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DELIVERY AND PLACEMENT OF MODULAR.

SKC COMPANY shall Dismantle and set up the Modular at the site specified in the applicable Agreement (the “Site”). District warrants and represents that it has exercised due diligence and care in selecting a suitable site for the Modular, shall clearly mark the site of placement and shall direct SKC COMPANY on exact placement and orientation of the Modular. Modular should be placed in areas with adequate drainage to avoid flooding. Upon request from District and for an additional fee, SKC COMPANY will perform a site visit and make recommendations on placement as it relates to site accessibility and layout.

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ACCESS

District shall provide clear access to the Dismantle/set up site for delivery of the Modular by standard delivery methods and set up of same by standard set up methods. The Site must be dry, compacted, level and accessible by normal truck delivery. A level site is hereby defined as follows: Length – no greater than a 4-inch drop in 40 feet; Width – no greater than a 1-inch drop in 8 feet. Additional charges may apply for dry-runs, additional labor, or wait-time incurred due to lack of site access or adequate preparation.

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UNDERGROUND ELEMENTS

District is responsible for the identification of  underground elements on site. Identification services can be procured from third party vendors, however, District retains responsibility and liability for the designation of such elements should there be any ground penetrating activities performed in relation to the performance of the set up by SKC COMPANY.

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RELOCATION OF MODULAR

Once SKC COMPANY has completed the delivery and set up of the Modular in the location specified by District, should the Modular require relocation for any reason, District shall be responsible for all charges associated with such relocation.

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RE-LEVELING MODULAR

Should the Modular require re-leveling due to adverse site or weather conditions (wetness, settling, unstable ground, etc.), or adjustment due to personal property (such as furniture, files or equipment) inside the Modular, District shall be responsible for all related charges.

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M. Wilson Co. Contractors, Inc. would like to express our appreciation for the professionalism in the performance of removal and relocation of Modular Buildings located at Washington E.S., Roosevelt E.S., Emerson E.S., Jefferson £.S., Brett Harte E.S,., Stevenson E.S. with the Burbank Unified School District. The quality of workmanship and timeliness of your company and staff in performing difficult tasks for these contracts is commendable.

SKC COMPANY met the schedule, was responsive to our requests, dealt with all project related issues in a professional manner and delivered a high-quality product. We look forward to working with SKC on future projects.

If you have any questions and or need additional information, please feel free to contact our office. Thank you.”

Michael H. Wilson

President

“During the past several years, I have had the pleasure of working with Sean Khan with SKC COMPANY on numerous school construction projects in which they served as the general contractor. Most recently, SKC COMPANY is working with our firm on a multi-million- dollar Science Classroom Complex for the Mt. San Jacinto Community College District. I am impressed with the firm’s ability to understand the construction process especially as it relates to school projects. This is an especially challenging project due to having to meet a very stringent construction schedule. They have demonstrated their ability to work with architects, owners, inspectors and testing labs to assure timely completion of the projects they have supervised.”

David Higginson

AIA, President Higginson Architects, Inc.

I am writing this letter to recommend SKC Company as a modular classroom building contractor. While acting as a consultant to SKC Company since 2012, I have found Sean Khan to be very experienced and very knowledgeable in the modular classroom industry. It has been my experience that Sean Khan possess a sound understanding of the design, permitting, installation and inspection processes associated with this type of project. In summary, I heartily recommend SKC Company for any modular educational project.

KEVIN DAY

Acumen Engineering, Inc.

“I wish to take this opportunity to commend SKC COMPANY on the quality services they have provided for Wiseburn Unified School District on various projects throughout the district. The district has been very pleased with the way SKC COMPANY has performed these services.

The staff consistently produced outstanding work and was responsive to the needs of our project team. We are pleased to recommend SKC COMPANY to others and look forward to working with them on future projects.”

Vince Madsen

Director of Facilities Planning Wiseburn Unified School District