When you need more space fast in Louisiana without spending a small fortune, consider modular buildings. Modular Genius’ service-oriented team of designers, engineers and technicians can solve the space requirements of commercial, industrial and government customers at a fraction of the cost of conventional buildings.
Modular Genius has vast experience in meeting tight deadlines and budget challenges with innovative, state-of-the-art modular technology. Take a look at our gallery of work to see the wide variety of modular design possibilities.
With facilities throughout the U.S., we fabricate modular buildings at a facility close to your Louisiana construction site. We provide complete turn-key services and serve as general contractor for all aspects of the modular construction process from initial drawings to delivery and completion.
Louisiana History, Culture & Economy
People have lived in Louisiana for thousands of years, beginning with Native American tribes that included the Choctaw, Natchez, Chitimacha, and Atakapa. The first permanent settlement, the city of Natchitoches, was established by the French in 1714 along the Red River.
Spain took control of Louisiana in 1763 and returned it to France in 1800. In 1803, the U.S. purchased Louisiana from France as part of the Louisiana Purchase, effectively doubling the size of the United States at the time. It was admitted as the 18th state in 1812.
The state’s capital is Baton Rouge, and its largest city is New Orleans. Other large cities include Shreveport and Lafayette. Thanks to its location on the Gulf of Mexico, the state supplies about 90% of the world’s crawfish. It is also rich in petroleum and natural gas, and tourism plays an important part in the economy, especially in the New Orleans area.
Louisiana is home to several highly regarded colleges and universities, such as Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and Tulane University in New Orleans. It is also home to the National Football League’s New Orleans Saints.
Modular Healthcare Space
Whether you are adding on to your current healthcare facilities or expanding into a new community, consider utilizing state-of-the-art modular buildings for the extra space you need to better serve patients, doctors and hospital staff. Enlarge an emergency room or outpatient facility; add testing labs, dialysis, physical therapy, or laundry facilities.
Case studies: Modular Genius earned an Award of Distinction from the Modular Building Institute for the 3,535 square foot temporary healthcare clinic for the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans.
Modular Offices & Administrative Space
Today’s state-of-the-art design and construction technologies can create quick, easy solutions for temporary or 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.
In the context of education, modular buildings from Modular Genius are effective for coping with sudden changes in enrollment or expanding a campus’ capabilities with the addition of science labs, media centers, gymnasiums, libraries, and even dormitories and residence halls. Louisiana’s Jefferson Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish Public School Systems would benefit from quick delivery of ready-to-use space.
Case studies: Modular Genius’ innovative permanent modular 17,000 square foot New Early Childhood Learning Center in Woodstown, NJ, was built to architecturally blend in with the surrounding residential area.
It’s time to manage your construction budget without sacrificing quality. When you need more space in Louisiana, Modular Genius offers the modular buildings you need.