Modular Buildings Vermont

Modular Buildings Vermont

Manage your construction budget in Vermont with state-of-the-art permanent or relocatable modular buildings from Modular Genius that can be adapted for any site or any business purpose.

Modular Genius specializes in high-quality design-to-occupancy modular buildings that can be customized with the perfect layout. We have the skills and knowledge to meet your needs for everything from single-story structures to modern multi-story complexes that exceed 100,000 SF. 

Whether your business or organization is located in Burlington, Montpelier, Rutland, Winooski, St. Albans, Newport, or anywhere else in Vermont, Modular Genius has the modular building solution for you. With facilities throughout the U.S., we fabricate modular buildings at a facility near your construction site to help you meet strict deadlines.

About Vermont

Prior to 1609, when French explorers arrived in what is now Vermont to trade for beaver furs, the land was inhabited by several Native American tribes, including the Micmac and the Pennacook.

When the American Revolution started, Vermont joined because the people wanted their independence. In 1775, Ethan Allen led a group of Vermont settlers called the Green Mountain Boys in capture of the British Fort Ticonderoga, an early victory for the colonists.

During the war, Vermont declared itself an independent republic in 1777. First called New Connecticut, the name was later changed to Vermont, from the French phrase “vert mont,” meaning “green mountain.” They created their own money, constitution, postal service, and government. In 1791, Vermont became the 14th state.

Today, Vermont’s economy is driven by technology manufacturing, agriculture (including apples, maple syrup, corn, rice, soybeans, and cotton), wine, healthcare, government, and tourism.

The state is home to more than 100 school districts and 18 colleges and universities, including its flagship university, the University of Vermont. There are also many national and state parks, such as Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, Burton Island State Park, Coolidge State Park, and Emerald Lake State Park, as well as a U.S. military presence at Burlington International Airport and Coast Guard Station Burlington.

Why Build Modular?

Modular buildings are a quick, cost-effective way to expand schools and universities, healthcare facilities, government and military buildings, park headquarters, and businesses of all kinds.

Modular Genius’ service-oriented team of designers, engineers, and technicians is available to solve your space requirements efficiently and cost-effectively, lowering design and construction costs by 20% to 40% and shortening the construction timeline by approximately 40%.

As energy costs rise and attention to sustainable building construction grows, also consider the economic advantages of green buildings. Earn points toward LEED certification and reduce the building’s energy costs by up to 40%. Green modular buildings are destined to be a significant force in sustainable building construction for the foreseeable future.

Get in touch with Modular Genius today at (888) 420-1113 to put your ideas for modular buildings in Vermont into action and learn more about our many permanent and relocatable modular designs.

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