PROJECT VIDEOS

HEALTHCARE

UMBC | THE CENTER FOR WELL-BEING

 

“It’s kinda like time travel.” Off-site construction did not merely accelerate the construction schedule of The Center for Well-Being. It actually moved the start and finish lines! MODLOGIQ started off-site modular construction months before demolition of the old facility even began.

 

The result was an on-time opening for fall semester 2021. 

GOOD SAMARITAN PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY ROOM UMBC | THE CENTER FOR WELL-BEING

 

To handle the patient surge as COVID-19 cases soared past 35,000 per day in New York, Good Samaritan had an urgent need to expand ER capacity by adding a separate Pediatric ER wing. In this short video, COO Joseph Loiacono and Chairman of Emergency Medicine Dr. Christopher Raio describe how—less than 90 days after ground-breaking—the new Pediatric ER began welcoming patients.

Best in Show - Permanent Modular 

Modular Building Institute, Award of Distinction - 2021

GOTHAM HEALTH/VANDERBILT MEDICAL CENTER 

Installed on site in just 6 days. MODLOGIQ helped deliver a much shorter construction schedule, cost certainty, and dramatically less disruption to the community in a dense, urban, Staten Island setting.

 

The 20,000 square foot medical center offers Clinical Programs in Pediatrics, Women’s Health, Ophthalmology, Podiatry, Radiology (x-ray, ultra-sound, mammography), Diabetes Care as well as Behavioral Health.

 

Best in Show - Permanent Modular 

Modular Building Institute, Award of Distinction - 2019

IDA G. ISRAEL COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER 

Rapid recovery from Hurricane Sandy. Off-site modular construction allowed NYC to open the clinic more than six months ahead of what conventional construction would have allowed, ensuring the community had access to a replacement facility with minimal delay.

1st Place - Permanent Modular Healthcare

Modular Building Institute, Award of Distinction - 2016

HIGHER EDUCATION

MOLLOY COLLEGE | BOGNER RESIDENCE HALL

Completed in less than 6 months. Great example of close collaboration, project was designed by Spillman Farmer  Architects and fully constructed off-site in our New Holland plant at the same time site preparation was taking place on the school’s Rockville Centre campus. Completed on time for the 2019 fall semester. 

1st Place - Student Housing

Modular Building Institute, Award of Distinction - 2019

U OF DELAWARE | LIFE SCIENCE RESEARCH LAB

“First project to ever come in on budget...” Blink and you’ll miss the 2-story structural steel modules being installed in first 1-second of this 26-second time-lapse video. Close collaboration with partner Whiting-Turner helped deliver this 7,760 square foot addition to the existing Life Science Research Facility on budget...even with an accelerated schedule.

1st Place - Permanent Modular Education

Modular Building Institute, Award of Distinction - 2021

MIT | DAVID H. KOCH CHILDCARE CENTER

Dramatically minimized the impact on a busy campus. MIT needed to add a childcare center to its Cambridge campus while avoiding disruption to the campus. MODLOGIQ was able to build 85% of the 15,000 square foot facility off-site. Site work was limited to 8 short weeks, an important benefit for the comfort and convenience of the teachers and students who were occupying the existing school.  The entire project was completed in just 6 months -- from design to occupancy.

UMBC | THE CENTER FOR WELL-BEING

 

“It’s kinda like time travel.” Off-site construction did not merely accelerate the construction schedule of The Center for Well-Being. It actually moved the start and finish lines! MODLOGIQ started off-site modular construction months before demolition of the old facility even began.

 

The result was an on-time opening for fall semester 2021. 

K-12 / ELEMENTARY

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

 

Build Together - Part 1. This introductory video explains how the 175 modules that make up the Cherokee Lane project for Prince George's County Public Schools (PGCPS) are built out of structural steel and concrete and then assembled together into their final configuration as part of our unique "Build Together" method. 

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

 

Build Together - Part 2. Go inside the Cherokee Lane modules--assembled in their final configuration our plant in New Holland, PA--as our tradespeople and subcontractors frame and install MEP and fire suppression systems, drywall, low-voltage/data connections, ceiling grids and more.  

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

 

Secretary Churchill and Clarence Felder, General Services' Chief of Public Schools & Community Colleges, visited the MODLOGIQ facility in New Holland, PA. Gilbert Architects, Whiting-Turner, and Prince George's County Public Schools accompanied the Secretary and Chief as they viewed the progress of offsite construction for Cherokee Lane Elementary School.

 

MODLOGIQ's one-of-a-kind "Build Together" methods allows stakeholders like Secretary Churchill and Chief Felder to walk through a fully-assembled building.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

 

EPISODE 1: Just The Facts. Just the facts, ma’am, just the facts. Social media host #StephanieVoulamandis checks out the Cherokee Lane Elementary School project in Adelphi, MD with members of the MODLOGIQ team.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

 

EPISODE 2: Who Operates The Crane Operator? “Swinging left” is not a cue from a barn dance caller. It’s part of the crane controller’s lexicon as he directs the operator in the crane cab.

 

Discover who operates the crane operator and find out how the MODLOGIQ  crew put this 500-hundred-ton Liebherr Telescopic Truck-Mounted Construction Crane with a super reach to work. The Eisenhart Crane team helped us accelerate the schedule by setting up to 15 modules a day -- possibly breaking a world record for modules set in a 4-day period (60 mods)!

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

 

EPISODE 3: Bathroom 85% Finished with Tile, Stalls, Sinks, Plumbing and More. The level of completion we achieve is remarkable. With the Cherokee Lane bathrooms, that means everything INCLUDING the bathroom sink! In fact, interiors/exteriors are typically shipped around 75% to 85% complete.

 

This level of completion further accelerates schedules and ensures uniform, superior quality. It also allowed the Cherokee Lane stakeholders to walk through  fully-assembled classrooms, offices, and collaboration spaces before the  foundations and site prep work were even completed!

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

 

EPISODE 4: BIM: Key to Collaboration. MONEY QUOTE: “Well, it  depends on what’s best for the client.” That’s Kyle Cross of Gilbert  Architects talking about the Cherokee Lane Elementary School project and permanent offsite modular construction.

 

That’s why we love partnering with Gilbert Architects! They share the same collaborative, “client-first” approach as MODLOGIQ. It’s also why we’ve been so successful partnering together on award-winning elementary school  projects – including “Best in Show” honors.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 5: Not Connections, But Re-Connections. We are NOT connecting  MEP/HVAC systems at the Cherokee Lane Elementary School job site. We are RE-connecting them. RE-connecting. Because they were originally connected at our factory. And those connections were tested and passed  inspection. Then they were DIS-connected for transport. And we will  RE-connect them during installation.

 

That’s the beauty of  MODLOGIQ’s “Build Together” method. All the MEP and HVAC work, fire  suppression systems, drywall, ceilings, etc. are all built together in the fully-assembled modules. Just as they would be built together on a conventional construction project.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 6: Collaboration Is a Team Sport. For real estate:  “Location, location, location.” For MODLOGIQ: “Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration.” Scott Heckel, Randy Harding, and  Stephanie Voulamandis talk about the teamwork that has made the Cherokee Lane Elementary School project successful so far...and how that  collaboration continues to make installation and completion just as successful.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 7: Trivia, Tricks and Treats. With Halloween coming up, Steph talks about TREATS at the job site and treats us to a TRICK. She also has the 411 on module identification, exterior fireproofing, conventional vs. offsite, classroom completion, sprinkler drawings, electrical room conduit, fire extinguisher cabinets, and  more...

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

BONUS EPISODE: Halloween Hijinks! With Halloween coming up, Steph talks about TREATS at the job site and treats us to a TRICK. She also has the 411 on module identification, exterior fireproofing, conventional vs. offsite, classroom completion, sprinkler drawings, electrical room conduit, fire extinguisher cabinets, and  more...

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 8: Transitioning from Offsite to Onsite. “The kids leave for Spring break. By the time they come back [for fall semester], we have a  building that’s ready.” Fred Hughes, MODLOGIQ’s Site Superintendent, explains the techniques we use to accelerate completion on-site -- once the modules have been installed.

 

He explains that it’s all about moving the finish line, not building faster: “You [have] a building where it would take 4 months to get the site work ready, and then from  there you've got to start building from the foundation up. We have that building ready to go. Within 3 weeks, we have a [65,000 square foot] building set.” 

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 9: Where Do You Go to Feel Better? When people think “modular schools,” they typically think of classrooms ONLY. But we’ve  earned our advanced degree in K-12. We know from experience the ins-and-outs of collaborative learning areas, tech centers, administrative offices, nurse’s stations, janitorial closets, staff rooms, conference areas, reception desks, restrooms and more.

 

All the essential spaces -- in addition to  world-class classrooms -- that make for a best-in-class learning  environment. Pre-Construction Manager Casey Covatta highlights the fixtures, features, and functions we built for the Nurse’s Station--85% completed at our factory in New Holland, PA. 

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 10: We Value (Verb) Adding Value (Noun). The first question that people who do NOT know off-site modular construction ask: “Is it  cheaper?” But people who DO know and work with us ask: “Is it more efficient to build the stairwells offsite or onsite? What’s a cost-effective way to get more daylighting for the collaborative spaces? What’s the budget impact of making the mechanical room a modular  plug-and-play enclosure?”

 

Because they know we add value. Value that’s measured in client-first budgeting, shrewd value engineering, smarter solutions, strong partners, and better buildings.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 11: What's a High Hat? (Hint: It's Not a Cymbal). "LET THERE BE LIGHT!” High hat modules are a smart, cost-effective way to bring in  daylighting, expand overhead space, and improve acoustics. Collaborating with Gilbert Architects, we were able to enhance the collaborative learning spaces at Cherokee Lane Elementary School while holding to the budget and maintaining our aggressive schedule.

 

It’s just one more example of how early collaboration with ALL stakeholders produces win-win outcomes. Or in this case: win-win-win!  (architect-school-MODLOGIQ)

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 12: Look! Up in the Ceiling! It's a Bird! It's a Plane... "It’s SuperMEP! Meticulously planned, efficiently engineered, and carefully built together MEP systems!” Steph and Casey discuss how Building Information Modeling (BIM), clash detection, and “Build Together” construction method deliver elegant MEP systems that flawlessly RE-connect for faster completion for Cherokee Lane Elementary School –- and ALL MODLOGIQ offsite modular construction  projects.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 13: Classrooms Make Stephanie Philosophical. Steph waxes poetic about Cherokee Lane Elementary School: “We are building  the future. This is a classroom that children are going to learn in.” while Casey runs down a checklist of all the features in a typical classroom that are fully completed and installed at the plant: ceiling  grid, lighting, electrical, casework, plumbing, tile, fixtures, cubbies, rough-ins for Smartboards/interactive displays and more. Casey also talks about how offsite is able to deliver collaborative learning spaces with expansive, open areas and high ceilings.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 13: Classrooms Make Stephanie Philosophical. Steph waxes poetic about Cherokee Lane Elementary School: “We are building  the future. This is a classroom that children are going to learn in.” while Casey runs down a checklist of all the features in a typical classroom that are fully completed and installed at the plant: ceiling  grid, lighting, electrical, casework, plumbing, tile, fixtures, cubbies, rough-ins for Smartboards/interactive displays and more. Casey also talks about how offsite is able to deliver collaborative learning spaces with expansive, open areas and high ceilings.

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 14: Coordination, Collaboration, Communication, Cooperation. Secret to success? The 4 C’s! In relationships. In life. In off-site construction. Steph, Casey, and Scott would NEVER presume to offer you advice about your relationships or your life.

 

But off-site modular construction? They’ll wax rhapsodic about Coordination, Collaboration, Communication, and Cooperation. It’s how we  partner with ALL stakeholders to deliver maximum value for our clients. 

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 15: The Foundation for Success? The Right Foundation. Apple TV's sci-fi saga of humans under the rule of the Galactic Empire: FOUNDATION / 3.5 stars. Casey explaining best options for offsite construction: crawl space, basement, piling (screw or driven), or slab-on-grade and why: FOUNDATION II / 5 stars. Bonus footage: Steph climbs into the crawl space and performs her “invisible stairs” disappearing act!

PGCPS | CHEROKEE LANE SCHOOL

EPISODE 16: Question Most Asked About Off-Site Construction. TOP 20 QUESTIONS by Steph Voulamandis from Cherokee Lane Elementary School installation week! For answers to these and many more intriguing questions, just watch the relevant episodes.

RETAIL

RETAIL PROTOTYPE PROGRAM | RETAIL

Accelerate Build Plans, Maximize Flexibility, Minimize Capital Risk. New store development teams are finding conventional construction cannot always meet the unconventional challenges of today’s rapidly changing retail landscape. They’re turning to off-site modular construction to accelerate build plans, maximize flexibility, and minimize capital risk. But the question is: how to get from concept to production to actually deploying modular buildings that generate revenue in the real world?

 

MODLOGIQ’s Prototype Program is the answer...

RETAIL BANK BRANCH

Open Less than 100 Days After Permitting. From design assist to demolition to site preparation to off-site construction to completion to Certification of Occupancy, MODLOGIQ provided total turnkey execution.

ABOUT MODLOGIQ

2-MINUTE OVERVIEW - MODLOGIQ

What is SMART OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION? This brief overview explains what sets MODLOGIQ apart from conventional construction companies and other off-site modular companies. Discover how BIM, close collaboration with experienced partners, our unique "Build Together" method, and more deliver dramatic advantages for developers, owners, and stakeholders.

AWARD-WINNING LEADERSHIP

2 Best in Show Awards and 5 Awards of Distinction. At the modular industry's biggest show of 2021, MODLOGIQ and our partners took home awards in the Healthcare, K-12, and Higher Education sectors.

MODLOGIQ PLANT TOUR

Dave Cooper Live. One of the construction industry's most popular influencers and trusted interviewers spends a day at our plant in New Holland, PA getting to know our team and discovering the unique advantages of SMART OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION.

SAFETY LEADERSHIP 

Safety Is A Core Value. VP Scott Heckel explains why MODLOGIQ is proud to have the highest safety levels in the industry, as evidenced by lowest possible EMR rating (Experience Modification Rate) and zero reportable accidents in 2021.

DESIGN /BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

PART 1 of 5: BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

BIM: A Secret Ingredient in SMART OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION. In the first of a multi-part interview series, In-House Architect William Barlow II, R.A. explores how MODLOGIQ uses BIM (Building Information Modeling) to help create beautiful permanent buildings, foster tighter collaboration with architect/design partners, simplify manufacturing, integrate modules with site-built structures in “hybrid” projects, and maximize design, fixture, and furnishing flexibility.

PART 2 of 5: BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

BIM: A Secret Ingredient in SMART OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION. In the second of a multi-part interview series, In-House Architect William Barlow II, R.A. explores how MODLOGIQ uses BIM (Building Information Modeling) to help create beautiful permanent buildings, foster tighter collaboration with architect/design partners, simplify manufacturing, integrate modules with site-built structures in “hybrid” projects, and maximize design, fixture, and furnishing flexibility.

PART 3 of 5: BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

BIM: A Secret Ingredient in SMART OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION. In the third of a multi-part interview series, In-House Architect William Barlow II, R.A. talks about how BIM (Building Information Modeling) and early design collaboration lead to innovation and success for the Cherokee Lane Elementary School project.

PART 4 of 5: BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

BIM: A Secret Ingredient in SMART OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION. In the fourth of a multi-part interview series, In-House Architect William Barlow II, R.A. explains how BIM (Building Information Modeling) ensured precise fit between site-built support columns and the cantilevered 2nd floor overhangs of The Center for Well-Being at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

PART 5 of 5: BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

BIM: A Secret Ingredient in SMART OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION. In the fifth and final installment of a multi-part interview series, In-House Architect William Barlow II, R.A. summarizes how MODLOGIQ uses BIM (Building Information Modeling) to deliver successful, striking projects. 

MORE TO COME...