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Modular School Buildings

When it comes to modular school buildings and portable classrooms, we know your budget dollars have to go a long way. That's why colleges and universities, and public, private and charter schools all look to Ramtech to meet their relocatable modular building needs. Our comprehensive approach to temporary and permanent modular construction takes into consideration a wide range of factors such as:

  • Proper facility layout and design
  • Model building code regulations
  • State education guidelines
  • Environmental impact regulations
  • ADA compliance

The design, manufacture, and installation of all our modular school buildings and portable classrooms are coordinated by our own staff, including a Ramtech project manager and on-site superintendent. These committed professionals see to it that every phase of your project is seamlessly connected to the next and completed to your satisfaction. This attention to detail provides the difference in maximizing the project coordination while minimizing the potential for conflicts, project delays, and cost overruns on the project. Our customers see this as the "Ramtech Difference", and it's what sets us apart from other modular and site-built construction companies. We invite you to call us and discover just what this difference can mean for your next project.

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Immanuel Lutheran Pre-School Building

Project video narrated by Rev John Wilke, Senior Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church and School in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. The video was shot in the Church's preschool building, designed and constructed by Ramtech using traditional permanent modular construction. The 13,440 square foot 14 classroom facility provides additional space for a full-day preschool program which moved from the main church building. The building includes individual classrooms, office space, break room, and a common play area and worship room. The exterior incorporates a NICHIHA fiber-cement brick panel wainscot together with an elastomeric paint finish applied over HardiePanel.