Build a place of refuge, peace, safety and reverence for your congregation with pre-engineered modular church buildings.

If, like many congregations, yours has a limited budget, one wonderful feature of modular buildings is their affordability. They are at least 20% less expensive than their brick-and-mortar counterparts. This is because factory fabrication offers better inventory control and less waste.

Pre Engineered Church Buildings


Manufacturers of pre engineered modular church buildings, such as Modular Genius, an award-winning nationwide modular builder, will consult on your design and make recommendations for building your church with greater efficiency and economy. Your church will be custom-designed by professional engineers, and fabricated to your unique needs.

Rather than utilizing architects to draw up intricate plans that exceed your financial resources, their complete team of designers, engineers, project managers and field superintendents can serve as general contractor and take your project from concept to completion while getting the most from your limited resources.

Modular church buildings can include your worship center, sanctuary, modular classrooms, administrative and pastoral offices, daycare centers, rectories, counseling rooms, gymnasiums, and room for services you provide, such as Sunday school, recreational activities, children’s programs, and community outreach.

Benefits of Modular Church Construction

  • Lots of Design Options
    Do you love the look of churches with pitched shingled roofs, bell towers, covered porticos, and skylights? Maybe you prefer something more modern, trendy and eye-catching? Modular churches can be built in all sizes, designs and styles. The clear span construction easily accommodates the need for large open areas.
  • Substantial Savings
    Modular church construction offers savings of at least 20% compared to the cost of a stick-built building. This makes a lot of sense in today’s economy.
  • Fast Delivery
    Modular construction cuts completion time by 50%. The modules are built in the factory and moved by truck to the building site in nearly finished condition. They already include stairwells, utility lines, heating and air conditioning, and other systems. Assembled like building blocks, they are immediately ready for professional interior and exterior finishing work.
  • Flexibility
    As your congregation and ministry grow, your building should allow for future expansion. Modular buildings allow for future growth and can be permanent or portable. Have them disassembled and moved to a new location when the need arises.
  • Eco-Friendly –Modular construction complies with the highest green building standards, including LEED® certification.  Strict manufacturing processes control energy and water waste. And most new modular structures are built with recycled steel, making them strong, fire-resistant and mold-resistant.

Modern pre-engineered buildings differ from mobile (or manufactured) homes in several ways. They meet the same building codes as traditional site-built buildings, their designs are equally intricate, and they can be customized to your specifications and expanded to cover many thousands of square feet or multiple stories, with stairwells and elevators for convenient access.

For inspiration, take a look at the “Building of the Month” at the Modular Building Institute’s website to see how far modular construction has come since the old days of flimsy portable trailers. There are hotels, healthcare facilities, multi-unit apartment buildings,

Enhance the appearance of your religious facility by investing in pre-engineered church buildings. They are extremely flexible, budget-friendly, and available in countless architectural designs that will please congregants in any church, synagogue or temple.