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
Wilmot Modular was hired to consult and provide what was originally a two-story classroom expansion project. The school district wanted the building to match nearby
buildings on the campus, and fit in a steeply graded, small site. There were also budget constraints that had to be managed.
The city of Malmö in southern Sweden is set to welcome a new student housing project Unity Malmö, comprised of 5 building blocks, 450 micro-living apartments, where Forta PRO delivered 269 modules, total of 9,671.9 m2.
Using the latest advances in building science and prefabrication,
CertainTeed developed these wall, floor, ceiling, and roof panel assemblies to meet the needs of builders and developers wanting to build higher-performing
DMDmodular has recently achieved a significant milestone by successfully completing a relevant
energy-efficient housing project, fully financed by EU funds, that tackles the industry’s most pressing challenges.
Canada’s Rapid Housing Initiative represents a huge success for the modular construction industry, and MBI members are building modular multifamily homes fast. Here are some examples.
Inside BROAD Group’s innovative Holon Buildings, built with BROAD’s new B-CORE stainless steel building material.
Modular Multi-Family Case Study: The Graphic About the Author: Kendra Halliwell, AIA, LEED-H AP is an Associate Principal, Practice + Design Team Leader, at ICON Architecture, Inc., a women-owned, Boston-based firm with award-winning work focused on innovative, sustainable mixed-use projects. Recently Project Manager for The Graphic, the largest modular construction project in the City of…
Roman was contracted to supply showers, anti-slip solid surface shower trays, and integrated vanity units for the prestigious IHG Dublin Airport Holiday Inn.
The Mayfair development in El Cerrito, CA brings 223 new affordable modular housing units to a long-neglected neighborhood.