Modular Buildings Kentucky

Modular Buildings Kentucky

Whether you are located in Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green, Frankfort, or elsewhere in Kentucky, modular buildings from Modular Genius can provide you with fast space solutions at a fraction of the cost of conventional construction.

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.

Kentucky History, Culture & Economy

Kentucky is located in the southeastern United States in the Appalachian Mountains Region. When Europeans arrived in the area in the 1600s, they would find the land being used as hunting grounds for Native American tribes such as the Cherokee, the Delaware, and the Shawnee.

Following the American Revolution, Kentucky became a part of the state of Virginia. Eager to make their own government, however, the citizens applied for statehood and were admitted to the Union as the 15th state on June 1, 1792.

During the Civil War, Kentucky was a border state and a slave state. Some citizens sided with the North and others sided with the South. After attempting to remain neutral, the state would eventually decide to side with Union.

Today, the Bluegrass State is most well-known for horse racing, bluegrass music, and college basketball. It’s also famous for being home to Fort Knox, where the largest amount of gold stored anywhere in the world is held in underground vaults. The state’s top industries include agriculture, education, health services, manufacturing, coal, natural gas, and oil production, and aerospace/aviation.

Modular Building Applications

Education: If you are a public or private educator or corporate trainer who needs fast, flexible teaching space, consider modular classrooms or training facilities. Modular Genius has an outstanding record in constructing modular classrooms, learning cottages, dormitories, daycare facilities, gymnasiums, cafeterias, and complete prefabricated school campuses.

Healthcare: Healthcare is one of Kentucky’s largest economic sectors. Modular healthcare buildings can help you provide 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.

Business: Conventional construction is expensive and time-consuming, but modular offices are a cost-effective alternative whether your need for more office space is short term, long term, or permanent. If you’re a real estate developer, for example, a relocatable modular building will enable you to move your sales office easily from one set of new model homes to another.

Government & Military: Modular Genius supplies modular government buildings to meet the needs of national park visitor centers and ranger stations, community police and sheriff departments, drug enforcement agencies and more. Kentucky also has a U.S. military presence that includes Fort Knox, Fort Campbell and the Blue Grass Army Depot, and we have completed modular projects for every branch of the U.S. military. We hold a US General Services Administration (GSA) contract, GS-07F-0124W.

Workforce Housing: Modular buildings are ideal for use as man camps, dormitories, bunk houses, and wherever you need flexible, functional living spaces that provides 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.

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