Modular Buildings Wisconsin

Modular Buildings Wisconsin

If you have a business in Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, or another location in Wisconsin and need more space, permanent or relocatable modular buildings from Modular Genius are the fast and affordable solution.

Located in Joppa, MD, Modular Genius, Inc. provides design-to-occupancy turnkey solutions for permanent and temporary commercial modular buildings for education, business, healthcare, daycare, assembly, and government applications. We can also serve as general contractor for everything from architectural renderings to foundations and site preparation to final paving and landscaping.

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.

Wisconsin History, Culture & Economy

Wisconsin borders two Great Lakes – Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. The first Europeans to arrive in the region in 1634 were French explorers who encountered Native American tribes, including the Ottawa, Ojibwe, Kickapoo, Huron, and Sioux, and a land rich in beaver furs.

The French claimed the land in 1689. However, the British prevailed in the French and Indian War in 1763, and gained control of much of the French land, including Wisconsin. The British would largely control the region until the Americans defeated them in the War of 1812. Wisconsin was eventually admitted as the 30th U.S. state on May 29, 1848.

The Badger State is a land of forests and farms and may be best known for dairy farming. Wisconsin is the #1 producer of cheese in the US and the #2 producer of milk. The state’s economy is supported by a number of other industries, including agriculture, manufacturing, healthcare, information technology, and tourism.

The state is home to many parks, forests and scenic areas, such as Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Ice Age National Scenic Trail, Devil’s Lake State Park, and the Wisconsin Dells. Wisconsin also has a U.S. military presence that includes General Mitchell International Airport, Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Truax Air National Guard Base, and Fort McCoy.

Modular Solutions

Education: Wisconsin is home to a dozen campuses of the University of Wisconsin, as well as Marquette University, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Milwaukee School of Engineering. and many public and private elementary and high schools. Modular classrooms are popular space solutions because they are fast to build, exceptionally flexible, and amazingly cost-effective. Modular Genius has designed and built modular classrooms, learning cottages, modular dormitories, daycare facilities, cafeterias, gymnasiums, and complete prefabricated school campuses.

Offices & Administrative Space: Today’s state-of-the-art design and construction technologies can create quick, easy solutions for temporary or permanent office space at a fraction of the cost of traditional construction.   Use modular buildings as sales offices, real estate offices, bank branches, executive suites, jobsite management offices, and a wide range of other applications.

Workforce Housing & Man Camps: Modular buildings are well-suited for use as man camps, bunk houses, and dormitories, anywhere you need flexible, functional living spaces that offer a “home-away-from-home” experience. Public and private contractors deploy them as temporary living quarters on construction, drilling and mining sites, often in remote locations, and they can be scaled to accommodate from 10 to 5,000 people.

To save money on modular buildings in Wisconsin and expand your facilities without sacrificing design or quality, get in touch with Modular Genius at (888) 420-1113 to discover the possibilities.