Modular Buildings Maine

Modular Buildings Maine

When you need fast and affordable space solutions in Augusta, Portland, Lewiston, Bangor, Bar Harbor, Bath, or elsewhere in Maine, consider modular buildings. They can be built at a fraction of the cost of conventional construction.

Modular Genius, headquartered in Joppa, MD, is a specialist in design-to-occupancy modular construction and has delivered hundreds of thousands of square feet of office space to commercial, institutional and government customers throughout the nation. 

We encourage you to review the Modular Genius gallery of project photos to see the wide variety of modular design possibilities we offer. Our standard modular floor plans have single and multi-room options with and without restrooms.

Maine History, Culture & Economy

Maine is located in the uppermost northeast part of the United States. By the time Europeans arrived in 1524, the region was inhabited by a number of Native American tribes, including the Micmac, the Abenaki, the Penobscot and the Maliseet peoples.

In 1652, it became part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony of England and would remain part of Massachusetts until 1820 when it became the 23rd state of the United States. Augusta became the new state capital. Today, the Pine Tree State’s economy is driven by ship manufacturing, commercial fishing, lumber, mining, tourism, and business services.

Modular Solutions for Maine’s Top 5 Industries

Healthcare: Modular buildings can satisfy many areas of concern in the healthcare industry, one of Maine’s fastest growing sectors, when a medical or hospital facility is at capacity and needs more space. Customize permanent additions to existing buildings. Add office space for administrative staff. Modernize a rehab, lab or imaging center. Move expensive imaging equipment out of the basement and into a convenient facility with the proper technical requirements.

Education: Maine is home to 30 institutions of higher learning, including the University of Maine (with several campuses), Bowdoin College, Colby College and Bates College. There are also many public and private elementary and high schools. Modular Genius has an outstanding record in constructing modular classrooms, learning cottages, modular dormitories, daycare facilities, cafeterias, gymnasiums, and complete prefabricated school campuses. These structures are quick to build, extremely flexible, and amazingly cost-effective.

Business: With beautiful beaches and mountains, a lighthouse-laden coastline, about 2,500 lakes, and a rich American history, Maine is a popular place for vacationers. Dozens of state parks attract hunters, fishermen, skiers, and campers. The state is also home to several national parks, including Acadia National Park, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, Roosevelt Campobello International Park, and the St. Croix Island National Monument. Consider modular park offices, visitor centers and ranger stations.

Modular Construction & Weather Challenges

Worried about constructing modular buildings in harsh weather? Cold, snow and ice will have little impact on your project. Modular construction can be done anywhere, including Maine. The structure is fabricated indoors in a climate-controlled environment. It is about 90% complete when it leaves the production facility, is transported to the jobsite, where it is lifted by crane and affixed to its permanent foundation. This can overcome the challenges of winter weather and save you time and money during the construction process in comparison to stick-built construction

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