Since 1982 Ramtech Building Systems has been a nationally recognized leader and innovator in providing commercial modular office buildings that are used by small and midsized businesses and large corporations throughout the Southern United States. Our relocatable modular facility solutions can meet the challenges whether you need to grow your facility space or are just trying to meet a changing business environment. We do this by using an approach to modular construction that incorporates a vertically integrated design, manufacturing, and site construction approach providing you with:
On each project we do, our single-source design-build approach can eliminate the need for you to try and manage the multiple independent relationships with outside architects, contractors, and vendors. We manage the entire project for you from the initial design to the final finish-out, including all the mission critical services that other modular companies aren't capable of providing. The enhanced communication and increased efficiency that this generates allows us to pass on greater savings to you, while vastly improving the quality of relationship. Some of the commercial industries most prominent companies have looked to Ramtech to meet their modular construction and modular building requirements including:
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.