Modular Building Project Database
Comprised of modular building projects recently submitted by MBI members around the world, this map—representing only a small sampling of the industry's total output—shows the incredible breadth and diversity of commercial modular buildings.
From high-rise residential towers to sprawling workforce communities to relocatable mobile offices, commercial modular construction projects contribute to every facet of the world's building and infrastructure industries.
Explore the interactive map below using your mouse to zoom in on specific locations, or narrow your search by choosing a building category from the menu on the left side of the map. You can also locate projects by company name using the search field.
Submit Your Modular Project
Help MBI educate developers, architects, and others while showcasing your company’s best projects! Enter your company's modular building project into MBI's database today. For non MBI member projects to appear on the map, those projects must also be submitted into MBI's Awards of Distinction contest.
Data from project entries allows MBI to create the most accurate research and reports possible. And as MBI's interactive project database grows, it will be invaluable to the growth of the commercial modular construction industry.
MBI's Awards of Distinction
The Modular Building Institute's Awards of Distinction represent some of the highest honors awarded in the modular construction industry. Modular building companies self-nominate, while winners are chosen by an independent panel of industry experts and presented at World of Modular, MBI's annual convention and tradeshow.
In addition to prestige, the benefits of winning extend throughout the year. Images of winning and runner-up projects are used in MBI's international marketing efforts—including its popular bi-monthly magazine and highly-ranked website—and, most prominently, MBI’s industry-leading annual reports.
Enter your modular building project today for your chance to earn your well-deserved industry recognition and contribute to MBI's growing collection of modular building case studies.
Explore More Modular Building Case Studies
This one-of-a-kind structure required one-of-a-kind building materials and exterior cladding that could accommodate the atypical geometries, project timelines, and significant daily foot traffic. Offsite construction, in the form of Dryvit’s Outsulite prefabricated panels of continuous insulation (CI), was the key method for streamlining the façade installation and ensuring quality control for the difficult building connections.
The Norwalk project serves as a prime example of how Offsite Modular Construction, in collaboration with Architects, Consultants/Engineers, General Contractors (GC), and Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Protection (MEP/FP) Subcontractors, can make projects financially feasible by closely working with the Owner/Developer under an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) approach.
Construction firm The Boldt Company, and interdisciplinary design firm, HGA were engaged by St. John’s Hospital to deliver a 16-bed ICU patient observation wing onto the existing facility, built to over 90 percent completion offsite in Appleton, Wisc., then seamlessly transported and installed on the St. John’s campus – the first of its kind in the state of Minnesota.
OMC utilized modular construction techniques to manufacture two brand new permanent 6,400-square-foot modular buildings, each housing six classrooms. The process included innovative design features for safety, durability, environmental sustainability, integrated technology enhancements, and health-oriented construction.
In partnership with InProduction, Phoenix Modular Elevator (PME) designed, manufactured, and installed seven modular elevators for the F1 Grand Prix race in Las Vegas, Nevada. To minimize space, the design utilized machine roomless (MRL) hydraulic elevators, eliminating the need for separate machine rooms for each elevator. Instead, using the MRL design, the machine room equipment is built into the hoistway, and accessed via a small door on the side.
ROC Modular was proud to deliver a much-needed new permanent modular Student Housing Residence for Selkirk College, located at the Silverking Campus in Nelson BC. The project is a 3-storey, 12-module 38-student bed building with a mass-timber main common area for student amenities.
The Parkhurst Elementary School in Winchester, MA, has recently undergone an expansion of 13,074 square feet. Due to renovations at the neighboring Lynch School, students were temporarily relocated to Parkhurst. Modular construction was chosen as the preferred method to accommodate the influx of students and prepare for the start of the 2023-2024 school year.
Volumetric Building Companies (VBC), a global leader in the construction sector with a focus on building the future through volumetric modular techniques, choose the Maestro Smart 9 Heat Pump as their ideal comfort solution to heat and cool their modular housing project in Philadelphia, PA, consisting of 60 modular housing units.
Instead of sourcing a new transformer, which would have taken over 100 weeks and cost several million dollars, Raytheon Technologies turned to Panel Built Inc. for a modular solution. Panel Built designed a 16’ x 37’ prefabricated enclosure that could be delivered to Guam in two pieces. Once it was put together, it was lowered over the transformer.