When it comes to big capital expenditures like new school facilities, we know that your construction dollars have to go a long way. For over 30 years Ramtech has been helping public, private, and faith-based schools, as well as colleges and universities meet the needs for large school building projects using our vertically integrated Accelerated Building System design-build approach. The ABS method combines the speed of prefabricated building construction with the quality and appearance characteristics of site construction. This comprehensive prefabricated construction method provides for significant cost and time savings while meeting all the requirements for:
The construction of every permanent facility we do is coordinated by a Ramtech project manager together with an on-location site superintendent. Each and every member of our construction team has extensive experience in performing all of the required field activities through the direct daily communication with both the client and our subcontractors. This enables us to ensure that every phase of your prefabricated building project is seamlessly connected to the next and completed to your satisfaction. This hands-on attention to detail makes the difference in your project experience by facilitating the project workflow while minimizing any conflicts, project delays, and cost overruns associated with most other types of project delivery methods.
Project video narrated by John Mixon, lead architect from Stuck Associates Architects on the modular elementary and middle school campus built for KIPP Delta Public Schools in Blytheville, Arkansas. This video was shot in one of the classrooms that make up the School's five-unit modular building complex, designed and constructed using traditional modular construction by Ramtech. The project includes an elementary and middle school consisting of three 8,100 square foot eight-classroom buildings, a 3,600 square foot food preparation and cafeteria facility, and a 3,600 square foot administrative office complex.