A Maryland airport needed to replace an aging office trailer that no longer met the needs of the staff. The new modular building needed to be self-contained and self-sufficient with ventilation, heating, air conditioning and lighting.
Modular Genius provided a 60’ x 14’ prefabricated office trailer, including wooded ADA steps and ramps. A large open area in the building provided room for cubicles; new restrooms and additional storage space allowed employees to work in comfort. The project was completed in 90 days.
The National Institute of Health, in Bethesda Maryland, required space for a prototype Toshiba CT scanner. The temporary building had strict design guidelines in order to contain the weight of the machine and eliminate vibration.
Modular Genius provided a 630 sqft prefabricated building to house the massive scanner. The unit is divided into three areas, the control room, scan room, and equipment room. The exterior was finished to match the existing buildings.
A Georgia community was in need of a temporary solution after the local outpatient clinic was shut down due to ongoing air quality issues.
Modular Genius provided a 3,600 sqft clinic that is fitted to serve veterans physical and mental illnesses, and is also equipped with a pharmacy and laboratory. It is set to handle patients until the new replacement Greenbrier County VA Clinic is completed and activated.
Modular Genius recently completed a Temporary VA Clinic in Greenbrier County, WV. This new modular healthcare facility will provide needed assistance for many veterans in the area while the permanent clinic is being constructed.
Watch a video about the new clinic at WeAreWVProud.com, powered by 59 NEWS – WVNS
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