Modular Buildings Hawaii

Modular Buildings Hawaii

When you need more space in Hawaii and are seeking speedy construction, cost savings, and design flexibility, explore modular buildings from Modular Genius today.

Modular Genius is an industry-leading modular builder that specializes in design-to-occupancy modular buildings that meet the needs of educational institutions, businesses, a wide range of industries, the military, and the government.

We can build modular buildings in virtually any design, from single-story structures to contemporary multi-story complexes that exceed 100,000 SF.  Choose from our standard floor plans, or get creative and customize a design in a layout you’ve imagined.

Hawaii Culture, History & Economy

  • Hawaii is named for the island of Hawaii, one of its eight major islands. The name may come from the words “Hawa” meaning a traditional homeland and “ii” meaning small.
  • The islands were initially populated by Polynesians who traveled there by canoe around 500 AD.
  • The Kingdom of Hawaii, established by King Kamehameha in 1810, was overthrown in 1893, and the Republic of Hawaii was established. In 1898, it became a territory of the United States.
  • Hawaii is most well-known for its 8 main islands, but it is comprised of an archipelago of 137 total islands over 1,500 miles.
  • On December 7, 1941, in a surprise attack, the Japanese attacked the naval base at Pearl Harbor. Many ships were sunk and about 2,500 people were killed. The U.S. then entered World War II.
  • Hawaii was admitted to the Union on August 21, 1959 as the 50th U.S. state.
  • Nicknamed the “Aloha State,” Hawaii is the only U.S. state that commercially grows coffee, vanilla beans, and cacao, and is the global leader in harvesting macadamia nuts.
  • The island of Hawaii has eight active volcanoes. The largest is Mount Kilauea, the most active volcano in the world, which has caused the island of Hawaii to grow by more than 500 acres in the last 30 years.
  • James Dole established the Hawaiian Pineapple Company in 1901, and more than one-third of the world’s commercial pineapple supply still comes from the state.
  • Hawaii is one of only two U.S. states that does not border any other state (the other is Alaska).
  • 90% of the 1,000 species found in Hawaii’s parks are found nowhere else on earth.

Modular Building Applications

Whether you are in Honolulu, Kailua, Hilo, Pearl City, Waipahu, Kaneohe, Kahului, Kihei, or elsewhere in Hawaii, modular buildings can be built to serve a virtually endless list of applications that include (but are not limited to):

Business Space

Today’s state-of-the-art design and construction technologies enable us to create quick, easy solutions for relocatable and permanent office space at a fraction of the cost of traditional construction.   Modular buildings are ideal for use as sales offices, real estate offices, bank branches, executive suites, jobsite management offices, and many other applications.

Administrative Space

Hawaii attracts nearly 10 million visitors a year to its mild year-round weather and spectacular landscape and national/state parks, such as Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Haleakala National Park, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, and 50 state parks, including Diamond Head State Park, Makena State Park, and Iao Valley State Monument. Modular Genius can help you keep up with a demand for environmentally friendly modular park headquarters, ranger stations, visitor centers, and retail kiosks.

Educational Space

Modular Genius has a superb record in constructing modular classrooms, dormitories, gymnasiums, libraries, cafeterias, and complete prefabricated school campuses. With 800+ public and private K-12 schools and highly regarded colleges and universities such as the 10 campuses in the University of Hawaii System, Brigham Young University-Hawaii, and Chaminade University of Honolulu, modular buildings are the perfect solution for coping with sudden enrollment changes or expanding a campus’ capabilities.

Government & Military Space

Modular Genius also serves U.S. military and government agencies and holds a US General Services Administration (GSA) contract, GS-07F-0124W. The demand for flexible, cost-effective modular barracks, portable military buildings, and high-performance federal buildings on Hawaii bases such as Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Fort Shafter, Schofield Barracks, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, and the Pacific Missile Range Facility is always growing.

Give Modular Genius a call at (888) 420-1113 to explore the many modular building options available in Hawaii today.