With 11 years in business under its belt, Modular Genius brought home more Awards of Distinction wins from the Modular Building Institute – World of Modular Annual Convention & Trade Show! The event, held this year in Florida, drew hundreds of modular construction professionals from across the country and globe.
Modular Genius, with the help of its employees, customers, and contractors won the following categories:
Judges Choice Best of Show & 1st Place – Relocatable Modular Retail or Hospitality
Loyola Bookstore & Mail Center
1st Place – Relocatable Modular Single Wide
The Jean & Sidney Silber Green Education Center
1st Place – Permanent Modular Institutional or Assembly
Livengrin First Responders Addiction Treatment (FRAT) Facility
Honorable Mention – Permanent Modular Healthcare
Livengrin Medical Detox Facility
Honorable Mention – Relocatable Modular Education
Summersville Interim Modular Campus
Now on to another year of award winning construction and service!
A Maryland Government Agency needed to quickly replace an aging airport bunk house. The modular building required comfortable living quarters as well as office space.
Modular Genius furnished and installed a 60’x14’ prefabricated bunk house that included foundations, gutters, wooden decks, and skirting. The building was complete in 45 days.
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The National Park Service needed to create a restroom/locker room, break area and maintenance office to support its renovation projects located on Liberty Island, NY. The project design was required to use low length units to be transported to the island via barge and then be offloaded by way of beach ramp.
Modular Genius provided two modular structures, with the first being (6) 10’x24’ units and the second being (2) 10’x24’ units. Each unit was precisely sized to meet the barge and offloading shipping requirements. All the buildings were designed to function as both detached and interconnected modular units with shared walls; to give NPS the flexibility to relocate or reconfigure the buildings on site to meet different phases of their renovation project.
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After flooding in June, FEMA has provided for new modular classrooms to be constructed in Nicholas County, West Virginia. Modular Genius will deliver over 45,000 square foot of temporary classroom space for Summersville Middle School, giving the students a safe and comfortable place to learn while the middle school undergoes repair and maintenance.
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.
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
A government agency in the process of a major building replacement needed to move its employees to an interim facility.
Modular Genius provided a 9,000 sqft, LEED Silver, slab on grade, permanent modular building. Large open work spaces, along with multiple offices, conference and break rooms, allow the
agency to efficiently continue their work. The exterior conforms with the styles of surrounding buildings and will continue to be used after the main construction project is completed.