During this 39-second film, an entire school extension is assembled, including a gym, multi-use changing room and two new classrooms.
Step-by-step expansion into a complete school
During the summer of 2015, Solhemsängen School, in the Spånga area of Stockholm, added another 12 modules in what was the school’s fourth extension project.
The school has steadily grown to become an entirely independent entity, with all the facilities of a fully functional (F–4) school under the same roof. In the initial phase, PCS assembled modules for a single storey school building at the beginning of the 2000s. In the next phase, the school grew another floor. In the third phase, in summer 2012, the school was extended further with the addition of a new side structure behind the main building with space for a canteen, kitchen, music room, staff room and several new classrooms.
Now, in this summer’s fourth building phase, the school has acquired two new classrooms, as well as a gym for sports lessons and a multi-use changing room.
Meet the team that assembled 12 modules in one day during Solhemsängen School’s fourth extension – top from left: Thomas Nilsson, Leif Johansson and Janis Brakeris. Bottom from left: Tony Johnsen, Pelle Sohl and Lars Jonsson.
Crane operator Tomas Nyman takes a well-deserved break. You can see how skilfully he manoeuvres modules during the construction of the school in the film to the left.
Phase 4 will soon be ready for the start of the autumn term.
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