Since 1982, Ramtech has been providing a wide range of affordable prefabricated building solutions to help meet the space needs of federal, regional, state, and local government agencies. From medical clinics and administrative offices to military barracks and correctional facilities, our extensive experience in dealing with the sophisticated construction requirements across multiple government agencies has helped us establish a strong reputation as a dependable design-build construction contractor. Through the use of our Accelerated Building System prefabricated construction approach, Ramtech can offer the most complete range of permanent facilities for government agencies including:
The use of Ramtech's Accelerated Building System for permanent buildings has been recognized by several government agencies for its ability to provide quality construction, exceptional value, and long-term reliability. This highly adaptable process includes design, manufacturing, installation, and on-site construction managed by Ramtech professionals who possess a thorough understanding of the contracting and project requirements for every level of government that we serve. Wherever you're located, Ramtech's engineering, manufacturing and construction management groups have the resources and capabilities required to insure that your facility project is engineered and constructed to realize the maximum in efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and visual appeal.
Project video narrated by Bryant Richardson, Director of Finance and Operations at Annunciation Orthodox School in Houston, Texas. This video was shot in the School's relocatable multiple classroom pre-K building designed and manufactured by Ramtech using traditional permanent modular construction. Totaling 6,400 square feet, the facility accommodates five classrooms each with its own private entry into a restroom area with child height toilets. There is also a large common area for recreation and food service, a combination office and employee break room, lobby area, and convenient storage and laundry rooms. The 90 day project required careful coordination of the logistics in moving the pre-manufactured building sections through the narrow tree-lined streets of Houston's historic Museum District.