Modular Genius has prefab office buildings for sale that offer high quality, flexibility, speedy completion and substantial cost savings in comparison to conventional construction. They adapt easily to fit any site and will meet or exceed your local building, safety and occupancy codes.
Located in Joppa, Maryland, Modular Genius provides a design-to-occupancy turnkey modular solution for nearly any conceivable purpose. With a complete team of designers, engineers, project managers and field superintendents, we can serve as general contractor and take your project from concept to completion.
What is a Prefab Building?
Prefabrication refers to the process of manufacturing a building in a factory and then moving it in sections by specialized flatbed truck to the construction site when it is about 80-90% complete, and assembling it like building blocks to form a finished building.
Prefab buildings utilize the same high-quality materials, meet the same building codes, and are subject to the same stringent inspections as conventional buildings. Plumbing and electrical wiring are pre-installed, which cuts down on the need for multiple subcontractors on the jobsite.
Single and multi-story modular structures can be designed, and modular office buildings are available in a wide range of sizes to fill the need for everything from business and sales offices, to medical/dental/veterinary offices, to in-plant offices, to jobsite project management offices and more.
Why Choose Modular?
Modular office building construction offers an average savings of 20-40% off the cost of conventional stick-built construction. While a lower price usually tops the wish list, modular construction offers a number of other important advantages:
High quality: Impressive building entrances can be integrated along with customized rooflines, canopies, porticos and window/door treatments. Buildings are built to meet or exceed all state and local building codes, the same codes as site-built projects. With proper care and maintenance, temporary modular buildings can last 25 to 30 years, and permanent installations have even longer lifespans.
Speed of construction: Modular office buildings can be designed and delivered 40% to 50% faster than conventional buildings. Preparation of the building site is coordinated with the manufacture of modules in the factory, speeding up completion of the project. Many modular building projects can be manufactured and installed in under 90 days.
Technical innovations: A modular commercial building can be constructed of wood, steel, or concrete; the same materials as a conventionally built building. Architectural designs are compatible with any environment and innovative “clear span” framing systems allow for just about any configuration.
Sustainability: Modular buildings have green benefits that enable you to balance environmental concerns with cost. Modules are often constructed with recycled steel and sustainably sourced timber, making them strong, fire-resistant and mold-resistant. Modular buildings can compete in the same Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) categories as stick-built structures.
Try the Modular Genius Building Calculator to estimate the cost of the office building you have in mind. It asks general questions about your proposed project (use type, approximate dimensions, number of rooms needed and other pertinent details) and delivers a floor plan, specifications, price quote and a design brochure via email in 60 seconds.
Modular buildings are a functional, attractive solution that will suit many different applications. If you are interested in prefab office buildings for sale in your area, get in touch with Modular Genius at (888) 420-1113 to explore the unlimited options.
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