The National Park Service was in need of a modular ranger station. However this modular office building was required to architecturally blend in with the natural seashore and wildlife refuge on this pristine barrier island. Additionally, a natural “inviting” appearance and a permanent installation was extremely important for this project.
Modular Genius accomplished these aesthetic challenges by utilizing upgraded Virginia Slate asphalt shingles on the A-frame roof and a natural Cape Cod Gray horizontal vinyl siding with many architectural vinyl accents. Additionally, the building was set above grade on a permanent wood pile foundation and a pad mounted HVAC split-system was utilized. These attributes reinforced the natural “inviting” appearance and permanent application.