State-of-the-art modular healthcare and medical buildings from Modular Genius are a cost-effective way to add the space you need to better serve patients, doctors and hospital staff, and meet your growing, often urgent, demands without struggling through a time-consuming, labor-intensive construction process.
Modular Genius is a leading commercial modular builder specializing in design-to-occupancy buildings that can meet the needs of hospitals and medical facilities, educational institutions, businesses, industry, the military, and the government.
Evidence of our expertise includes many Awards of Distinction from the Modular Building Institute for high-quality temporary and permanent projects we’ve completed in the past decade.
Advantages of Modular Construction
Modular buildings enable medical and dental clinics, research laboratories and community hospitals to reduce costs, enjoy a higher return on investment, and accelerate construction timelines. They are ideal for:
Medical and dental offices
Administrative office space
Ambulatory and outpatient treatment facilities
Emergency room expansions
Rehab and physical therapy centers
Diagnostic imaging centers
Skilled nursing facilities
Gift shops and retail space
Modular structures are built offsite in a controlled factory environment and partially assembled, pre-wired, thoroughly tested and inspected before being delivered to your location. This ensures that your building will arrive on time, on budget and in an 80% to 90% completed state when it’s delivered.
They are constructed with the same or better building materials as traditional design-bid-build buildings and to more demanding tolerances, are reusable and relocatable, and meet or exceed building, safety and occupancy codes. They are also at least 20% less expensive than traditional construction.
Modular Genius offers temporary and permanent modular solutions that have fulfilled the needs of a wide range of healthcare clients.
One example is the award-winning multi-story office building addition which we designed and built for the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington, DC. The 14,500 square foot, two-story structure consisted of 24 modules and resolved several project challenges, such as the need for precise installation in tight quarters, minimal disruption of the adjoining hospital, and optimal energy efficiency.
Modular Genius also designed and built an award-winning temporary healthcare clinic for the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. The foundation was constructed with timber pylons driven up to thirty feet deep. The installation crew used Translift machines designed to reduce cost and increase the quality and speed of setting the modules on the pylons.
The Cooper University Health Care trauma center in Camden, New Jersey needed a 5,000 sq. ft. expansion built quickly with minimal onsite disruption. Permanent quality construction was required to connect to its existing building on their campus. Modular Genius’ services included design, engineering, project management, permits, site work, foundations, utility work, new building construction, fire protection, finishes and more.
The Livengrin Foundation, Inc. required a 16,000 sq. ft. detox facility in Bensalem, PA that would be added on to an existing building on campus. The decision was made to use modular construction to achieve speed to occupancy and cause less disruption than traditional construction.
When the budget for your medical or other healthcare facility simply won’t accommodate new construction, consider modular buildings. No other method of construction provides greater flexibility and savings. Contact Modular Genius at (888) 420-1113 and discover the many options available today.
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