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Originally published Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 9:15 AM

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Modular construction doubles Seattle theater space

A Seattle theater is using prefabricated modular units made in a Ferndale factory to speed up a construction project.

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SEATTLE —

A Seattle theater is using prefabricated modular units made in a Ferndale factory to speed up a construction project.

The Taproot Theater is doubling its space in three days this week with the addition of 21 modules built by Method Prefab.

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce reports (http://bit.ly/16jk2Wt) the $3.5 million expansion will house a 100-seat theater and cafe, dressing rooms and offices for the existing 226-seat theater.

The site in the Greenwood neighborhood was destroyed by a 2009 arson that also damaged the adjacent theater.

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Information from: Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, http://www.djc.com/

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