In the event of natural or man-made disasters, Ramtech is a complete resource for providing temporary modular buildings or other permanent space solutions to get your school, healthcare facility, or commercial enterprise back up and running as quickly as possible. With our extensive experience working with local, state, and regional authorities and federal agencies such as FEMA, Ramtech can help you and your community navigate the entire rebuilding process from start to finish. We can provide modular facilities for a host of applications including:
Our decades of experience includes working with education, healthcare and commercial companies that have been affected by everything from flooding, tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, and blast explosions. Ramtech has successfully completed disaster recovery projects utilizing modular buildings and modular construction around the country and overseas including high profile projects such as the temporary school for West (TX) ISD after the fertilizer plant explosion in 2013 and the hurricane that destroyed multiple schools in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Project video narrated by Marty Crawford, Superintendent at West ISD in West, Texas. This video was shot in the district's middle school science lab, one of 17 relocatable modular buildings that were designed, manufactured, and installed by Ramtech in the wake of the massive fertilizer plant explosion that destroyed the district’s middle and high schools. The 69,776 square foot modular construction project includes three 10-classroom buildings, four computer and science labs, two locker room buildings, administrative office the cafeteria, band hall, and a content mastery building.