McCarthy-Andersen Construction

Portland, OR

Located underneath the west side of Portland’s Marquam Bridge, this 9,000 square foot co-location building brings engineering and ingenuity together. Using the latest in modular techniques, Modern worked alongside engineers and architects to strategically design the interior of the space to provide a functional workplace. Copious amenities include oversized showers, private restrooms, specialized office rooms, multi-purpose conference rooms, and an open floor plan. The segmented office rooms around the perimeter of the building allow for each department head to have a private office and meeting space, while the open floor office functions as a practical way of communicating and collaborating with the remainder of the staff.

A significant decrease in total construction time added larger savings by combining off-site building fabrication and on-site foundation work/assembly. Also, the client was able to take advantage of greater savings by utilizing Modern’s factory direct construction and in-house transportation, LEED AP Design, structural and civil engineers, and site crew.

FLOOR PLANS

SPECS

Dimensions

154′ x 60′

Building Area

9240 Square Feet

Foundation

Block & Level

ABOUT MODULAR CONSTRUCTION

Modular buildings are prefabricated, portable and customizable structures, which can be temporary or permanent. Sections of the building called modules are built in a factory controlled environment. Once completed each module or section is transported and set in the desired location. The following are just a few industries the have benefited from the efficiency of modular construction:

  • Education
  • Commercial/Retail
  • Multi-Family Housing
  • Public Safety
  • Pre-Schools/Daycare
  • Healthcare
  • Religious
  • Government
  • Disaster Relief
ABOUT MODULAR CONSTRUCTION

Modular buildings are prefabricated, portable and customizable structures, which can be temporary or permanent. Sections of the building called modules are built in a factory controlled environment. Once completed each module or section is transported and set in the desired location. The following are just a few industries the have benefited from the efficiency of modular construction:

  • Education
  • Commercial/Retail
  • Multi-Family Housing
  • Public Safety
  • Pre-Schools/Daycare
  • Healthcare
  • Religious
  • Government
  • Disaster Relief

WHY CHOOSE MODERN?

  • We are known throughout the industry for being synonymous with quality, craftsmanship, and value for over 48 years. Our top-of-the-line manufacturing process and our personalized services has set us apart for all these years.
  • We can take care of everything! All operations: design, engineering, planning, manufacturing, transportation and assembly of your building can all be done in-house. We are a true one-stop shop for modular building construction.
  • Don’t pay for dealer or middle-man markups. We are the longest running and ONLY factory direct modular building manufacturer in Oregon, Washington, and California.

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