Modulek lay foundations in the exhibiting industry

They have recently completed a two-story bespoke modular building for The Jewell Academy School in Bournemouth and have exhibited for the very first time at The Academies Show in Birmingham.

Modulek have been providing high quality modular buildings to the education, defence, commercial and health sectors for over 25 years.

Their recent feat at the Jewell Academy saw Modulek install 78 modules over a two-story building, creating an additional 14 classrooms, PE and Drama hall, several group rooms, a library and also an administration area.

The principle of the school, Claire Addis, spoke very highly of the work undertaken by Modulek, “I have been extremely impressed with the professionalism and high standards of his team. The finished product is something Modulek can be very proud of.”

The school project has certainly helped in raising the profile for Modulek, with the Mayor of Bournemouth, Cllr Chris Mayne, also commenting on how great the school looks. The company were excited to raise their profile even more within the modular building industry and education centre by exhibiting at The Academies Show this year.

Held at the NEC in Birmingham, The Academies Show provides visitors with a unique opportunity to get practical, best practice advice and information about the academies programme. This is the only show that provides for the needs of a modern education sector.

Modulek exhibited using a Prestige Exhibition Stand designed and built by Quadrant2Design. The company had an extremely busy and successful exhibition and enjoyed showcasing their range of products. To find out more about Modulek, visit their website at

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