Archive for February, 2016

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Lodging Magazine wrote a simple yet impacting article on modular’s ever-growing foothold in the conventional construction arena. Hotels are prime candidates for modular construction because you’ll get a quicker ROI (Up to 40% like most other projects) faster, and the repetitive designs are more conducive to the modular manufacturing process. If you think your next construction could benefit, call Mark Line today!


Mark Line industries, as a victim of its incredible success (and humility) is hiring for multiple positions. Approximately 20 production positions (With $500.00 hiring bonuses after 90 days), 2 CAD drafters, and one accountant are needed to join our team immediately. Opportunities exist for all levels of experience but positive attitudes are an absolute must. Great pay and remarkably affordable benefits when coupled with a culture of caring and corporate responsibility make working for Mark Line as attractive as the buildings we create. If you’re considering a change, come to the place that thrives on a culture of innovation. Apply for any of these positions by clicking the link below:

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Good Jobs for Good People

Jason MorenoMark Line industries is proud to announce the hiring of Jason Moreno as our new Strategic Initiatives Manager. Jason comes to us from the not from profit sector where he was a nationally respected community organizer. As Strategic Initiatives Manager, he will use his skills to create synergy amongst the employees inside the building and build relationships with the surrounding community and clients.

From the Elkhart Truth:

“His last day with LaCasa, where he has worked since early 2013, will be Jan. 29. He will start Feb. 1 at Mark Line Industries, a Bristol-based manufacturer of modular schools, offices and other structures.”

“As a La Casa organizer, Moreno has been active and vocal in advocating for south Elkhart and residents in the older, lower-income neighborhood.”

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Mark Line Industries along with Mosaic Capital Group continue to position themselves as leaders and innovators in the modular construction world. John Morrison, VP, Business Development, Mark Line Industries and Joe Blockno, Managing Partner, Mosaic Capital Group will be hosting educational sessions at the 2016 World of Modular Annual Convention and Tradeshow from March 17th t0 March 20th in San Diego, CA. Contact our sales department today and work with the group that other groups learn from!

From the Modular Building Institute:

“As modular construction has evolved from temporary facilities where blueprints for the ‘real’ building were stored, to a modern method used to construct even very complex buildings, the financial, development, design and construction aspects have similarly become more complex. Mosaic Capital Group and their family of companies, including modular fabricator Mark Line Industries, offer a unique and panoramic view of permanent modular construction (PMC) from the perspectives of every stakeholder involved in a PMC project. Mr. Morrison and Mr. Blockno will discuss the financial implications of modular construction and how it is viewed by typical lenders, REITs and private equity, the considerations of a developer, the perspective of the A/E/C team and their interface with the modular fabricator, and those of the end user, operator, or building occupant.”