Last Mile Network
The Last Mile Network is a collection of off-site construction facilities in urban communities in the Midwest & Mid-Atlantic. Many modular factories are located in rural environments. These locally-owned facilities insource jobs to urban communities and provide the opportunity to develop a "modular ecosystem" in each market.
Each facility is designed to produce an all-electric, solar-ready, affordable housing product line while bringing good-paying jobs and workforce training opportunities to urban communities. In addition to creating jobs, these facilities will provide entrepreneurs and developers with the opportunity to build wealth.
Module launched its first part of the network, "Last Mile Lab" in Pittsburgh in 2022. The facility includes a workforce development program, finishing stations for modules, and a research lab for new building systems.
With the support of Fannie Mae, Module is teaming up with Enterprise Community Partners to scale the idea regionally. The goal is to open up to four other Last Mile Facilities, starting with Prince George's County, Maryland, and Richmond, Virginia. Other locations are still pending.
In the summer of 2023, Module and Enterprise are hosting an event in Washington, DC. Our event is for mission-driven Developers or Housing Providers who want to learn about modular construction.
Create Jobs and Local Ownership
Each facility will provide living wages and opportunities for local ownership.
Focus on Equity
We aim to create an environment where women and people of color thrive.
Prioritize Affordable Housing
We can offer preferred terms to those building new affordable housing.
How to Get Involved
Are you a mission-driven developer with a residential project?
Do you want to bring a Last Mile Facility to your city?
Are you interested in attending our developer training?
Submit an inquiry to start the conversation.
Become a Last MIle Delivery Partner
Building a modular can be difficult without the right local expertise to take the project from factory to site. If you are an architect, general contractor, or other expert, visit our design or construction partners pages. You can learn more about becoming an official Module Delivery Partner.