The GELM Annex, located in Corozal, Puerto Rico, involves a second design built commission for the Guardería Ecológica La Mina, which is a Head Start & Early Head Start school of the Puerto Rican Family Institute. Like the first commission, this second structure had been in a state of neglect for approximately 20 years. It was a typical module of pre-designed concrete used by the Department of Education for school expansions in Puerto Rico since the 1960s. Being part of an ecological pre-school, it was decided that the footprint was to remain unchanged and the demolition, although tempting, took a back seat to the overall recovery. The building now serves as a multipurpose room for parent meetings, seminars and trainings for teachers, among other uses, while it provides storage on the first floor.