Modular Buildings Washington

Modular Buildings Washington

When there is little room in your budget for new construction in Washington, modular buildings from Modular Genius can help you get the most from your limited financial resources without sacrificing design and quality.

Modular Genius, headquartered in Joppa, Maryland, provides a design-to-occupancy turnkey modular solution for nearly any conceivable purpose. With a complete team of designers, engineers, project managers and field superintendents, we can serve as general contractor and take your project from concept to completion.

Virtually any type of architecture is possible. From modular apartment buildings, schools, and complete campuses to healthcare buildings, corporate offices, retail, recreational and industrial facilities, state-of-the-art modular technology enables our skilled team to create stunning modular designs that complement neighboring buildings.

In addition to their other advantages, modular buildings have green benefits that help you balance environmental concerns with cost. Modules are often constructed with recycled steel and sustainably sourced timber, making them strong, fire-resistant and mold-resistant. Modular buildings can compete in the same Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) categories as stick-built structures.

Washington History, Culture & Economy

Before Europeans arrived, the region that is now Washington had been inhabited for thousands of years by many Native American tribes. In 1775, explorers claimed the land for Spain.

In 1778 and 1792, respectively, British Captains James Cook and George Vancouver claimed the land for Britain. In 1846, the United States gained control of the region through the Oregon Treaty, and Washington became part of the Oregon Territory. In 1889, it was admitted as the 42nd US state.

The state capital of the “Evergreen State” is Olympia, the largest city is Seattle, and other major cities include Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, Bellevue, Everett and Renton, several of which are seaports on the Pacific Ocean.

Washington is a leading lumber producer, as well as the largest producer of apples, pears, and other fruits and berry products. The economy is also driven by commercial fishing, manufacturing of aircraft and missiles, ship-building, and other transportation equipment, and ranks second only to California in wine production.

There are nearly 300 public school districts serving Washington, as well as more than 40 colleges and universities, including the University of Washington, Washington State University, and Gonzaga University. The state is also home to several professional sports teams, such as the National Football League’s Seattle Seahawks and Major League Baseball’s Seattle Mariners.

Featuring everything from tide pools to mossy rain forests to glacier-capped mountains, Washington is home to many national and state parks, including Mount Rainier National Park, Olympic National Park, North Cascades National Park, Mount Saint Helens National Monument, and San Juan Islands National Monument.

Why Modular?

Modular buildings are the ideal solution for everyone from the new artist attempting to make a name for themselves, to the already established school or business that is bursting at the seams.

  • Modular Offices –Ideal for real estate sales offices, law offices,  jobsite/construction offices, park visitor centers, security offices, and any other permanent or temporary office you can imagine, modular offices can be designed and delivered 40% faster than conventional office space at an average of 20% savings. 
  • Modular Classrooms –Modular classrooms are an ideal solution for temporary or permanent science labs, libraries, media centers, gymnasiums and bookstores, and are well-suited to companies that need temporary employee training centers or call centers. 
  • Modular Healthcare Facilities –From digital imaging facilities to medical office space to testing labs to patient rooms, nothing is too large or difficult. Modular buildings enable medical and dental clinics, research laboratories and community hospitals to reduce costs, enjoy a higher return on investment, and accelerate construction timelines.

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