Ramtech's green building approach for relocatable commercial modular buildings incorporates a number of manufacturing and construction techniques to build in sustainable features that make our facilities more beneficial in a number of areas. By using a factory-built process where up to 80% of the building is completed in the manufacturing plant, less material waste occurs given that construction materials are purchased in bulk quantities and stored in a protected environment that reduces theft and environmental exposure at the jobsite. The manufacturing of the buildings in a factory controlled environment also results in less material exposure to inclement weather, especially with the framing materials, and results in less site disturbance by reducing the amount of time and impact that vehicles and other equipment have on the jobsite itself. Our modular buildings can also be repurposed for secondary utilization either through reconfiguration for a new a purpose or by relocation to a new site.
Project video narrated by Randy O'Brien, Superintendant of Hubbard Independent School District in Hubbard, Texas. Ramtech provided a multi-facility project consisting of three buildings using the Accelerated Building System approach. Included is a 9,856 square foot high school with six classrooms, a computer language lab, family and consumer science lab, two non-acid science labs, and a data room. The 13,440 square foot junior/senior central use wing provides three separate administration areas, a boardroom, full library, computer, business and chemistry labs, a large instructional use room, and a data room. The third building is a 6,272 square foot junior high school wing which contains four standard classrooms, two science labs, a life skills room with attached storage area, and its own data room.