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Commercial Modular Buildings

Since 1982 Ramtech has been developing the premier approach to providing prefabricated buildings for commercial office and industrial applications all over the Southwest. Whether it's for new construction or a building addition, our Accelerated Building System is able to provide for sophisticated midsized to large prefabricated buildings in a faster timeframe and with more flexibility. From the initial design all the way to the final finish-out, our ABS method delivers a better construction experience by utilizing a vertically integrated design-build approach that allows for:

  • Standard or custom design solutions
  • A more coordinated approach to project planning
  • Value engineering to meet your needs and budget
  • Comprehensive project management and site supervision

Ramtech's ABS design-build approach eliminates the need for you to have to manage the multiple relationships with architects and contractors inherent with other construction delivery systems. That's because with the Accelerated Building System we manage the entire project, providing all the mission critical services that other companies can't or don't provide. By performing all of the construction disciplines as a true single-source provider, you'll recognize greater efficiencies and increased savings together with better communication and a higher degree of customer satisfaction with Ramtech.

 

Clary Sage College Two-story Permanent Addition

Project video narrated by Teresa Knox, Founder and Owner of Clary Sage College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This video was shot in the College's fashion design lab, part of a 19,270 square foot two-story addition to their existing campus that used Ramtech’s Accelerated Building System method. Using a design-build stipulated sum contract, the Type II noncombustible structure adds twelve 800 to 1,000 square foot vocational classrooms including computer, interior design, and fashion design labs, as well as administrative offices, a commercial display area, student union and break room. Having been at capacity for over two years, the addition increased the overall size of the college by 60% and enabled the school to offer new degree programs in fashion and interior design as well as provide for badly needed space for their existing curriculum.