Modular Buildings Idaho

Modular Buildings Idaho

When your budget for new construction in Idaho is overwhelmed, modular buildings from Modular Genius can help you get the most from your limited financial resources.

When you buy modular buildings from Modular Genius, you’ll find that they will meet or exceed your local building, safety and occupancy codes and will adapt easily to fit any site.

Exterior finish options, such as brick, stucco and other architectural surfaces, make them ideal as stand-alone structures or for adding on to conventional buildings without breaking your budget. In fact, they are hard to distinguish from stick-built buildings.

Our wide range of services include architectural renderings, building foundations and site preparation, doors, windows and hardware, masonry, interior and exterior finishing, paving and landscaping, ramps and steps, and other elements such as temperature and sound control and handicapped accessibility.

Modular Genius’ experienced team of designers, engineers, project managers and field superintendents can also serve as general contractor for all facets of your modular construction process.

Idaho History, Culture & Economy

Prior to European settlement, Idaho was inhabited by Native American tribes, including the Nez Perce in the north and the Shoshone in the south, some of whom still live in the area

Idaho was admitted to the Union on July 3, 1890, becoming the 43rd state, and Boise became its official capital.

Idaho is nicknamed “The Gem State” because nearly every known type of gemstone (more than 72 different types) has been mined in the state, including the largest diamond discovered in the U.S.

Today, Idaho’s economy is driven by agriculture, science and technology, food processing, lumber and wood products, machinery, chemical products, paper products, silver and other mining, and tourism.

There are 1,718 public and private PK-12 schools in Idaho, and the institutions of higher learning include Boise State University, Brigham Young University-Idaho, Idaho State University, and the University of Idaho. The state is home to many national and state parks, including Yellowstone National Park, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Lake Coeur d’Alene, and Ponderosa State Park.

Popular Modular Applications

Modular buildings are the perfect solution for everyone from the new artist trying to make a name for themselves, to the already established school or business in Meridian, Boise, Nampa, Idaho Falls, or elsewhere in Idaho that is bursting at the seams.

Modular Offices – Ideal for real estate sales offices, law offices, jobsite/construction offices, park visitor centers, security offices, and any other permanent or temporary office you can imagine. Get your business up and running quickly, and generate revenue without waiting for a traditional design-bid-build construction project to be completed.

Modular Classrooms – Modular classrooms are a great solution for temporary or permanent science labs, libraries, media centers, gymnasiums and bookstores, and are well-suited to companies that need temporary employee training centers or call centers. 

Modular Healthcare Facilities – From digital imaging facilities to medical office space to testing labs to patient rooms, nothing is too large or difficult. 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.

Modular Government & Military Facilities – Our modular military buildings, barracks, and other buildings meet Federal government standards for all specific mission requirements. Modular Genius holds a US General Services Administration (GSA) contract, GS-07F-0124W, and offers energy efficient and eco-friendly green modular buildings and services to the federal government.

Workforce Housing & Man Camps: Modular buildings are ideal for use as man camps, dormitories, bunk houses, and wherever you need flexible, functional living spaces that offer a “home-away-from-home” experience and can be scaled to accommodate from 10 to 5,000 people. Public and private contractors deploy them as temporary living quarters on construction, drilling and mining sites, often in remote locations.

To save money on modular buildings in Idaho and expand your facilities without sacrificing quality or design, get in touch with Modular Genius at (888) 420-1113 to explore your many options.