The Quadrow Modular System was founded in 2015 in Indio, CA by Toshi Ghalebi, an engineer and inventor. He was inspired to support the Cultivation industry with greenhouses using magnesium oxide boards instead of drywall to provide the cultivation industry with a kit ready grow house that resists mold.
As he continued to research the demand for modular units or ADU’s, he designed modular units that could easily be manufactured using an 8 x 8 cube system. These modular units are also built with magnesium oxide panels that can resist fires, floods and earthquake to be used for residential, commercial education, healthcare and other forms of construction. The Quadrow Modular System was born to be able to meet the demands of affordable housing on a local, national and global scale in meeting with environmental objectives.
Quadrow Modular Systems, Inc manufactures environmentally controlled modular systems based on Qubit building technology. This is a uniquely engineered system of modular building aimed at accommodating a wide variety of users and site conditions. All components are designed to fit together to form a solid tell framed building. The systems can be completed at a fraction of the time and cost of conventional construction, and they are expandable, shipped quickly and can withstand high power wind and heat conditions.
Tiny House, Modular Living, Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), Cultivation Grow Houses, Commercial Warehouses