Modular Buildings Illinois

Modular Buildings Illinois

Meet accelerated deadlines and stay within your budget with modern, durable modular buildings in Illinois. Their impressive design flexibility makes them the most practical construction solution for every imaginable application.

Modular Genius is a turnkey modular building contractor. We specialize in high-quality design-to-occupancy modular buildings and have the knowledge and skills to meet your small- or large-scale space requirements, deadlines and budget challenges. On average, modular buildings provide 20% cost savings compared to stick-built construction, and your entire project can be completed 40% faster.

If you’re concerned about the durability and longevity of modular buildings, the industry trade group, Modular Building Institute, estimates that permanent modular buildings have a lifespan of at least 60 years. Temporary, or relocatable, modular buildings (not affixed to real estate) have a design life of about 40 years.

About Illinois

Before French explorers Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet arrived in Illinois in 1673, the land was inhabited by a number of Native American tribes, including the Illini, an alliance of about 12 different tribes. The French established a fur trade with the natives until the British gained control of Illinois in 1763 after winning the French and Indian War. After the American Revolution, Illinois became a territory of the United States and achieved statehood in 1818.

Nicknamed the “Land of Lincoln” because Abraham Lincoln began his political career here, Illinois today has a diverse economic base, and is a major transportation hub thanks to the Port of Chicago, which connects the state to international ports by means of the Great Lakes, via the Saint Lawrence Seaway to the Atlantic Ocean, and from the Great Lakes to the Mississippi River.

The State’s economy is dominated by agriculture (corn, soybeans, hogs, cattle, dairy products and wheat), manufacturing (chemicals, machinery, food, fabricated metal, and transportation equipment), and services, tourism, and energy production and distribution.

In terms of educational facilities, Illinois is home to more than 4,000 elementary and secondary schools, including 1,500 high schools, as well as 11 “National Universities”, such as the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, and dozens of other colleges and universities.

Whether you are located in Chicago, Aurora, Rockford, Springfield, Joliet, Peoria, or elsewhere in Illinois, Modular Genius can adapt modular buildings to suit any site or any business purpose. Our buildings are well-suited to classrooms, dormitories, healthcare centers, offices, banks, retail stores, restaurants and cafes, warehouses, worship centers, and a wide range of other uses. They can be temporary or permanent, single-story or many stories, and are an environmentally responsible solution for your space needs.

Unlimited Applications

Education – Modular classrooms and dorms have grown in popularity because they are fast to build, exceptionally flexible, and very cost-effective. Modular Genius has decades of experience in constructing modular classrooms, learning cottages, modular dormitories, daycare facilities, cafeterias, gymnasiums, and complete prefabricated school campuses.

Healthcare– When faced with constant upgrade and expansion requirements, modular buildings can help you better serve patients, doctors and hospital staff. Enlarge an emergency room or outpatient facility. Add office space for administrative staff. Modernize a rehab, lab or imaging center. Move expensive MRI/CT equipment into a facility that has the proper technical requirements.

Daycare  – Just about any imaginable child-friendly feature can be incorporated into modern modular daycare buildings. They offer significant cost savings, money that could be better used for furniture, tools and supplies to create a stimulating learning environment.

Assembly – Raising the funds to build a church, synagogue, temple, or fellowship hall in Illinois, or to expand space your congregation has outgrown, is no easy task. Modular churches 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.

Consider modular buildings in Illinois to meet your needs for extra space without breaking your budget. Our manufacturing takes place in facilities across the U.S. to reduce the time and cost of transporting modules long distances. Please contact us at (888) 420-1113 for pricing.