Ramtech also has the ability to integrate our prefabricated Accelerated Building System process with other site-construction alternatives such as pre-engineered steel buildings or concrete-tilt wall construction. This hybrid construction approach provides the ability to meet additional requirements that cannot be met by exclusively using a prefabricated building. These include facilities which require spans beyond 80 feet or have heavy internal structural loading, the ability to meet certain types of fire rating codes, or buildings with large eve heights that incorporate more architecturally diverse exteriors. Used together, Ramtech's hybrid construction approach provides you with:
The general construction industry is rapidly recognizing the benefits of integrating site construction techniques with prefabricated offsite construction. By combining these other structural systems together with Ramtech's ABS process, the flexibility of the types of projects that can be performed is greatly expanded without sacrificing the speed and cost advantages inherent in prefabricated construction.
Project video narrated by Matt Posey, Superintendent at Oilton Public Schools located west of the Tulsa in Oilton, Oklahoma. This video was shot in the library of the District's elementary school which was designed and constructed using Ramtech’s Accelerated Building System method. Faced with having to replace a portion of their aging elementary school, Ramtech demolished the existing structure and built up the site to accommodate a 15,232 square foot facility with 13 classrooms, library, computer lab, nurse’s office, and a faculty lounge.