Modular Buildings South Dakota

Modular Buildings South Dakota

Whether you need a guard booth or a multi-story 100,000+ SF structure, consider modular buildings in South Dakota to meet your requirements. Modular Genius provides high-quality, cost-effective relocatable and permanent solutions.

Modular Genius is an industry-leading modular builder that specializes in design-to-occupancy modular buildings that are capable of meeting the needs of educational institutions, businesses, a wide range of industries, the military, and the government.

We have an experienced team of designers, engineers, project managers and field superintendents, and can also serve as general contractor for all facets of your modular construction process.

Our services include architectural renderings, site preparation, building foundations, doors, windows and hardware, masonry, paving and landscaping, ramps and steps, and other essentials such as handicapped accessibility.

South Dakota History & Economy

The land that is South Dakota today has been inhabited by Native American people for thousands of years, such as the Sioux. French explorers arrived in 1743, claimed the land for France, and traded fur with the local tribes.

When the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France in 1803, the Dakota Territory was part of the deal. By the late 1800s, much of the land was settled and farmed by homesteaders, but these settlers did not always abide by the treaties with the Sioux Indians, especially once George Custer discovered gold in the Black Hills in 1874. In 1889, the Dakota Territory was divided in half, and both North and South Dakota were admitted to the Union as the 39th and 40th states.

In 1890, the last battle between the U.S. and the Sioux took place on the Lakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Called the Wounded Knee Massacre, about 300 Native Americans, mostly women and children, were killed by soldiers of the U.S. Army.

Today, the economy of South Dakota is driven by the retail, service, and healthcare industries, all prime candidates for modular buildings. These buildings are ideal for businesses such as law offices, real estate sales offices, job site/ construction offices, security offices, and any other permanent or relocatable office you have in mind. They can also resolve many issues with overcrowding in the healthcare industry and enable you to modernize aging facilities.

Other important sectors include agriculture (cattle, corn, soybeans, wheat, and hogs), and agriculture-related industries, such as meatpacking and ethanol production. South Dakota is the 6th leading ethanol-producing state in the nation.

Tourism also provides thousands of jobs in the state and contributes billions of dollars to the state’s economy, thanks to Mount Rushmore National Monument, Badlands National Park, Custer State Park, historic Deadwood, and the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, one of the largest tourist events in the state.

Modular Genius also serves U.S. military and government agencies and holds a US General Services Administration (GSA) contract, GS-07F-0124W. The demand for portable military buildings, modular barracks, and high-performance federal buildings, on sites such as Ellsworth Air Force Base and Joe Foss Field Air National Guard Station is growing.

When your budget is too small for conventional construction, consider modular buildings in South Dakota 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.