A prefabricated classroom is a type of educational facility that is constructed using prefabricated or modular building techniques. Unlike traditional construction, where buildings are built entirely on-site, prefabricated classrooms are partially or fully constructed off-site in a factory-controlled environment. The prefabricated components, such as walls, floors, and roof structures, are then transported to the school site for final assembly.
Prefabricated classrooms offer several advantages, including quicker construction timelines, cost-effectiveness, and the flexibility to customize designs based on educational requirements. These structures are often used to address urgent space needs in educational institutions or as a temporary solution during renovations. They can be equipped with modern amenities and technologies to create a comfortable and functional learning environment for students.