Modular Buildings Minnesota

Modular Buildings Minnesota

When you need to add space in virtually any environment in Minnesota, buy modular buildings from Modular Genius with confidence, knowing that you’ll save money on construction costs without sacrificing design and quality.

Modular Genius has vast experience in meeting tight deadlines and budget challenges with innovative, state-of-the-art modular technology. There is literally no type of building we cannot design and manufacture.  Our buildings are highly customizable and available in an unlimited number of floor plans and designs, including multi-story designs, from under 1,000 SF to more than 100,000 SF.

Our factory-fabricated buildings use the same materials as site-built buildings and abide by the same building codes, but they can be deployed 40% to 50% faster than conventionally built structures and are typically 20% to 40% less expensive. Aesthetically, they can be designed to match the architecture of your surroundings.

Minnesota History, Culture & Economy

The midwestern state of Minnesota is located on the shore of Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes, and is a neighbor to Canada. When the Europeans arrived in the 1600s, the region was inhabited by Native American tribes, the largest of which was the Dakota Sioux.

Part of the region was claimed by the French. When the French and Indian War ended in 1763, the British took control of the eastern part of Minnesota but, after the American Revolution, this became a territory of the United States. In 1803, the US bought the rest of Minnesota from France as part of the Louisiana Purchase. It would eventually become the 32nd state when it was admitted to the Union on May 11, 1858.

Key cities include Minneapolis and Saint Paul (referred to as the “Twin Cities”), Duluth, Bloomington, and Rochester. The Twin Cities are home to many Fortune 500 companies, such as Best Buy, General Mills, Target, and Land ‘o Lakes. The state’s economy is driven by biosciences, healthcare services, manufacturing, agriculture and food, mining, and fishing.

Popular Modular Building Applications

Education – Modular school buildings have unlimited uses. In addition to classrooms, consider them for computer labs, media centers, libraries, gymnasiums, and bookstores. In the corporate environment, use them for employee training centers, safety classes, and temporary or permanent conference centers. Modular Genius has delivered hundreds of thousands of square feet of modular educational space for public and private schools, colleges, universities, daycare centers, corporations and government customers.

Modular Offices & Administrative Space – Minnesota is a popular place for vacationers and home to national/state parks, such as the Mississippi National River & Recreation Area, St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, Grand Portage National Monument, Pipestone National Monument, and the Superior National Forest. Modular office buildings are well-suited to use as ranger stations, visitor centers, retail kiosks, sales offices, real estate offices, bank branches, executive suites, and many other applications.

Healthcare Facilities– Modular healthcare buildings can solve many concerns in the healthcare industry when a medical or hospital facility is at capacity and needs more space. Customize permanent additions to your existing facilities. Add space for administrative staff. Modernize a lab, rehab center, or imaging center. From digital imaging facilities to testing labs to patient rooms, nothing is too large or difficult.

Modular Daycare Facilities – From infancy to school age, children are said to spend up to 12,500 hours in child care facilities. Consequently, it’s important to design a space that will be a healthy environment and one that encourages a child’s creativity and development.  With modular daycare buildings, you can save an average of 20% of the cost of traditional construction.

When your budget is too small for conventional construction, consider modular buildings in Minnesota to meet your needs. No other method of construction provides greater flexibility and savings. Contact Modular Genius at (888) 420-1113 to explore the possibilities.