Modular buildings make the grade on college campuses

03/26/2008 | NYTimes.com

Modular construction is increasingly making its way on to college campuses as a means for quickly building dormitories and classrooms. Modular methods have evolved from the flimsy wooden buildings of the past to more durable steel and concrete structures, and even Yale University's campus, known for its distinguished architecture, has a modular dormitory.

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