Modular Buildings Alabama

Modular Buildings Alabama

For an efficient and cost-effective alternative to conventional design-bid-build construction in Alabama, modular buildings could be the faster, greener and smarter solution you need.

Modular Genius, headquartered in Joppa, Maryland, specializes in design-to-occupancy modular construction and has delivered hundreds of thousands of square feet of office space to commercial, institutional and government customers across the nation. 

Our standard modular floor plans have single and multi-room options with and without restrooms. You can also view a variety of custom floor plan designs created by our customers to fit their specific needs.

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.

Alabama History, Culture & Economy

Before 1500, the land that is now known as Alabama was settled by the Choctaw and Muskogee (which included the Creek, Cherokee and Chickasaw) Native American tribes. It would eventually become the 22nd US state in 1819.

The first capital city was Huntsville, but moved permanently to Montgomery in 1846. Other major cities include Birmingham, Huntsville and Tuscaloosa Although slaves were freed after the Civil War, Alabama became the center of the Civil Rights Movement with African Americans such as Martin Luther King, Jr. leading the way.

Alabama’s economy is driven by the aerospace, education, health care, banking, tourism, automobile manufacturing, mineral extraction, and steel production industries. The National Park Service administers Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, Little River Canyon National Preserve, and the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site. The state also hosts the Natchez Trace Parkway, the Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail, and the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail.

Alabama is home to 61 colleges and universities, including the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Troy University in Troy, Auburn University in Auburn, and the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Modular Classrooms

Modular classrooms and dormitories have grown in popularity because they are fast to build, exceptionally flexible, and amazingly cost-effective. Modular Genius has an outstanding record in constructing modular classrooms, learning cottages, modular dormitories, daycare facilities, cafeterias, gymnasiums, and complete prefabricated school campuses.

Modular Daycare Facilities

The use of modular buildings for child care will save you an average of 20% of the cost of traditional construction, money you could use for furniture, tools and supplies that create a stimulating learning environment. Just about any imaginable child-friendly feature can be incorporated into modern modular daycare buildings. Modular construction is also inherently “green” and can help you improve the health of the children in your care.

Modular Worship Centers

Raising the funds to build a church, synagogue, temple, or fellowship hall in Alabama, or to expand the space your congregation has outgrown, is not easy. Modular assembly facilities, however, can be solid, functional designs or sophisticated showpieces. They can be configured as classrooms for bible study or Sunday school, administrative office space, call centers, counseling centers, temporary housing, and a wide variety of other uses.

Modular Healthcare Facilities

In growing communities, healthcare facilities always struggle to accommodate overcrowding, new treatments, and new technologies in their tight budgets. Modular health care buildings can help you create state-of-the-art facilities to serve patients, doctors and hospital staff at a fraction of the cost. Add office space for administrative staff, modernize a rehab, lab or imaging center, or add a new type of treatment facility without breaking the bank.

No method of construction provides greater flexibility and savings than modular construction. Contact Modular Genius at (888) 420-1113 and explore the many modular building options available in Alabama today. 

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