Sustainable Modular Management (SMM) provided the Lady of the Sea’s Temporary Hospital, which is scheduled to open at the end of 2023. The Temporary hospital is being built between West 134th Street and West 134th Place in Galliano, specifically between the Lady of the Sea Medical Clinic in Cut Off and the existing hospital building. “This temporary hospital will bridge the gap of inpatient services while we continue to work toward building the new permanent hospital,” said Lloyd Guidry, Jr., Pharm.D., CEO of Lady of the Sea General Hospital.
When the Department of Homeland Security in New Mexico needed a permanent dormitory on their Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, SMM was awarded the project based on their advanced knowledge of custom modular construction, ability to customize to specific needs, and successful, proven track record.
When the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina needed an interim, semi-permanent medical facility, Civil Works Contracting awarded SMM the task based on their advanced knowledge of the complexities of healthcare, ability to customize to specific needs, and successful, proven track record.
The Inspira Medical Center was in need of a new oncology center in Woodbury, New Jersey to serve as a comfortable environment for patients receiving radiation treatment. The medical group wanted a high-quality building with pleasing aesthetics to enhance the patient experience as well as house state-of-the-art medical equipment.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Mid Atlantic needed a multi-purpose Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) to serve as an administrative office as well as a training facility.
The Wake County Public School System needed more classroom space and a lecture hall to accommodate an increase in student population. SMM provided Wake County Public School System with a 5-year lease term to meet their technical and fiscal needs.
In the devastating aftermath of the tragic 2011 tornado in Joplin, MO, FEMA and the US Corp of Engineers urgently needed help rebuilding several schools. The tornado hit Joplin in late May 2011 damaging and completely destroying several schools. With the first day of school only a few months away, the community rallied to have functioning facilities for the children in the district by August.
The Fort Lewis-Madigan Army Medical Center was in need of a new Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) facility to be completed quickly. To expedite the process SMM partnered with Fort Lewis-Madigan AMC to design, deliver and install a 30,870-square-foot modular complex comprised of 36 14’ x 62’ modular units.
The Tripler Army Medical Center at Honolulu, HI developed plans to repair and renew Building 40 in its entirety in order to provide a complete Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratory (FTDTL) and Department of Clinical Investigation (DCI) that was compliant with all current codes, regulations, standards and TAMC Design Guidelines.
SMM offers discounted previously leased modular buildings for a quick and affordable solution. If buying a portable building outright at this time isn’t feasible, the solution could be renting a portable building. With renting, you have the opportunity of finding an affordable modular building that fits your needs and budget. Renting quality portable buildings can be a wise choice for business owners, contractors, homeowners and municipalities.
Sustainable Modular Management, Inc. (SMM) provides custom commercial modular construction and design. SMM, as a modular building supplier and general contractor, has delivered new and used modular buildings including portable classrooms, medical clinics, healthcare buildings, and modular offices throughout the United States and Canada. We provide project management, modular manufacturing, delivery, installation, site construction, building maintenance and facility management, as well as capital leasing for modular buildings in the government, healthcare, education, energy, and commercial industries.