Our approach to today’s construction challenges uses state-of-the-art modular building techniques and green technology to deliver smarter, faster, greener and more cost-effective solutions.
Our modular construction methods can offer quality housing, a safe environment and a fresh start to people who need it most.
Bringing modular solutions to the education sector to help students succeed with spaces that enhance and promote learning.
Building memorable hotel experiences your guests will want to come back to.
Buildings that are optimized for energy efficiency, durability and to ensure the safety and comfort of occupants.
Our construction methods can deliver modern and efficient office spaces in less than half the time of conventional construction.
Helping you finish your multifamily housing project sooner, with less site disruption and less material waste.
We’ll provide a complete remote housing solution – permanent or relocatable – that meets the custom needs of the resource sector.
Housing for single families is constructed by Triple M Housing.
Take a look at what we’ve been building.
Trinity Western University needed to expand student housing, but timing was tight. With just 9 months from contract signing to students moving in, Trinity turned to Metric Modular to ensure the timeline would be met.See Case Study
By building to Passive House standards, this 6-unit townhouse complex has remarkable energy efficiency. Even on the coldest day of the year, each unit will have a peak heating load of around 600 watts – the equivalent of six 100-watt light bulbs, with no additional heating needed.See Case Study
After designing and building temporary accommodations used by almost 600 officials during the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, we disassembled the complex and relocated the units to five communities across British Columbia where they were reconfigured as permanent social housing.See Case Study
When we outgrew the office space at our Agassiz modular construction facility, we built the modules in the facility and moved them 50 feet to their new home. The new office space allowed for a new boardroom, dedicated plotter space and increased washroom capacity. This project was designed to be easily expanded as space is needed.See Case Study
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