Renovated Modular Healthcare Facility

Williamsport, MD

The Challenge

DOT Foods, North America’s largest food redistributing company, needed an outpatient healthcare facility for their employees at their Maryland location. Rather than contracting a new stick-built structure, they reached out to Modular Genius for a solution.

The Solution

Modular Genius was in possession of two 14’ x 64’ modular units that initially served as a childcare facility in Georgia and were subsequently repurposed for education. Modular Genius performed a comprehensive refurbishment on the two modular units. Stripped down to the studs, the structures were meticulously renovated for healthcare use. This transformation involved a thorough gutting and reconfiguration, creating a modular healthcare clinic with an exam room, a waiting room with a reception desk, private office space, medical storage, single occupancy restrooms, a laboratory, a break room for employees, and a procedure room. The interior of the building features a thoughtfully designed interior, with finished drywall and luxury vinyl plank flooring for a modern aesthetic. The exterior showcases a blend of hardi-lap siding and stone skirting, ensuring durability and providing a visually appealing facade. This building was installed in 184 days from contract to completion.