Modular Church Buildings

Modular Church Buildings

Modular church buildings from Modular Genius are a smart, fast way to make more room for your congregation and add new space for the many services you provide.

Modular church buildings can be configured as classrooms for Bible study, Sunday school, community outreach, children’s programs and fellowship meetings. They are also ideal when used as administrative office space, rectories, counseling centers, temporary housing, pastoral offices, and meeting rooms.

Modular Genius specializes in high-quality design-to-occupancy modular buildings. Our team of designers, engineers, project managers and field superintendents can take your project from concept to completion in less time, while helping you get the most from your construction budget.

Modular Church Design Suggestions

Whether you are investing in prefabricated buildings to build a brand-new modern church, synagogue, temple or fellowship hall, to renovate a worship facility that is past its prime, or to add-on more modular space, modular construction can address factors that are important to congregations, including:

  • Design – Modular worship facilities can be solid, functional designs or sophisticated showpieces. One of Modular Genius’ specialties involves clear span modular construction. Many worship centers want wide spacesthat are clear of posts and beams. Clear span designs meet this need because they are constructed without supporting pillars and provide the most usable space.
  • Lighting – A great way to brighten up the interior of a church or synagogue is with better light. You may intend to install traditional stained glass windows, but modular buildings can be designed to improve natural day lighting. Or choose contemporary light fixtures and theatrical lighting to add energy to the sanctuary and other interior spaces. Technology has made lighting opportunities endless and less expensive than ever.
  • Acoustics – A common problem for worship centers is the need to improve the acoustics in large, echoing rooms, such as sanctuaries. It’s important for dialogue to be clearly understandable, and for sound to be evenly distributed in all seats. Advancements in modular building designs allow for acoustical ceiling panels containing a 70% Noise Reduction Coefficient, better roof insulation, elimination of noisy air ducts, and relocation of HVAC systems to auxiliary rooms.
  • Comfort – Modern modular buildings are constructed with environmental and health concerns in mind. Manufacturers use Low/No VOC carpet tiles, ceiling tiles and interior paint. Ceiling tiles are treated to inhibit the spread of mold/mildew. Under-floor air distribution can deliver outside air from below, providing clean air instead of recirculated old air. Raised floor heating and cooling systems are superior to ceiling or wall-mounted systems for interior comfort.

Prefabricated church buildings make a lot of sense in today’s economy. Raising the funds to build a brand-new facility from scratch or to expand the space your community has outgrown, is not an easy task. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication, and may take many years to achieve your fundraising goal.

And high traditional building costs could mean that your congregation may have to finance its building project – a costly option. Why not consider modular construction instead of taking on too much debt?

If you are interested in modular church buildings, get in touch with Modular Genius to have a unique custom assembly structure designed and built just for your congregation. Call us at (888) 420-1113 to explore our capabilities.