A well-designed temporary modular classroom from an award-winning manufacturer like Modular Genius can solve your urgent need for more educational or administrative space in Virginia.
Modular Genius, Inc., located in Joppa, Maryland, provides design-to-occupancy turnkey solutions for temporary and permanent commercial modular buildings for education, office, assembly, government and healthcare.
With an experienced team of designers, engineers, project managers and field superintendents, Modular Genius can also serve as general contractor for architectural renderings to foundations and site preparation to final paving and landscaping.
Why Build Modular?
Modular construction can reduce your design and construction costs by 20% to 40% and shorten the construction timeline by at least 40%. Our manufacturing takes place in facilities across the U.S. to avoid the extra time and cost of transporting modules long distances.
Single and multi-story designs, from under 1,000 sq. ft. to more than 100,000 sq. ft., can be designed to suit any conceivable purpose, with exterior finishes such as brick, stucco and other architectural surfaces. Because they are inherently portable, they can be disassembled, reconfigured, and moved to a different location whenever necessary.
Modular construction enables public and private schools and universities to easily resolve expanding enrollment issues, and add classroom space, libraries, computer and science labs, media centers, gymnasiums, bookstores, teacher lounges, daycare centers, offices and other functional spaces to their campuses.
Modular construction can be done anywhere. The buildings are fabricated indoors in a climate-controlled environment. They are about 90% complete when they leave the production facility, are transported to the jobsite, where they are lifted by crane and affixed to a permanent foundation. This can overcome the challenges of winter weather and save time and money during the construction process.
Try the Modular Genius Building Calculator to estimate the cost of the classroom(s) you have in mind. It asks general questions about your proposed project (use type, approximate dimensions, number of rooms needed and other pertinent details) and delivers a floor plan, specifications, price quote and a design brochure via email in 60 seconds.
Temporary Classroom Case Studies
Evidence of Modular Genius’ expertise with temporary classrooms and other school buildings includes many Awards of Distinction from the Modular Building Institute for high-quality projects we’ve completed in the past decade. For example:
We constructed a complex of 74 connected classroom buildings totaling 55,456 square feet to meet the needs of the community of Summersville, WV. The community had to replace their middle school which had served 500+ students but was declared a total loss by FEMA due to water damage from the West Virginia floods in June 2016. This project received a 2018 Award of Distinction from the Modular Building Institute.
Evergreen Elementary School was originally designed with environmentally friendly features and was awarded LEED “gold” status in October 2010. It was important that the school’s new portable expansion classrooms also incorporate green features. Modular Genius utilized custom sized windows to match the innovative school, installed waterless urinals, a white rubber roof to reflect sunlight, and a CS 2000 energy management system to reduce energy consumption. This project received a 2013 Award of Distinction from the Modular Building Institute.
A well-designed modular temporary classroom can solve your urgent need for more space in Virginia. For more information about what you can expect, consider the expertise of a manufacturer like Modular Genius.
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