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Permanent Modular Construction
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PERMANENT SCHOOL BUILDINGS

When you need to acquire permanent school facilities we know your budget dollars have to go a long way. That's why Ramtech's traditional permanent modular construction (PMC) approach can be the ideal solution for developing many types of small to medium-sized school buildings. With our PMC process, we utilize a simultaneous construction track that combines building the structure offsite in our manufacturing plant while all the necessary site improvements and foundation preparation is taking place. Once all of the prep work is completed, the individual modular sections are set onto the engineered foundation, then quickly weathered-in and finished out to complete the project. Our permanent modular construction approach is ideal for school buildings such as:

  • Classroom Wings
  • Administrative Offices
  • Science Labs
  • Computer Labs
  • Health Centers
  • Cafeterias & Kitchens

By combining the use of the offsite manufacturing process with the on-site application of all the interior and exterior finishes, we're able to produce permanent modular school buildings faster and with lower design and construction costs, but with the same features, look and life expectancy as completely site built structures. Ramtech's permanent modular school buildings are available through several project delivery systems such as design-build contracts, or in many cases using select purchasing co-op programs including the Texas Association of School Board's BuyBoard, the Houston-Galveston Area Council HGACBuy program, and the Region VIII Education Service Center's TIPS purchasing system.

 

Glencoe Public School Elementary School Building

Project video narrated by John Lazenby, School Superintendent at Glencoe Public Schools located 80 miles west of Tulsa in Glencoe, Oklahoma. This video was shot in the library of the District's elementary school building, a facility which was designed and constructed using Ramtech’s Accelerated Building System. The 6,272 square foot six-classroom facility was part of a rebuilding program that replaced some of the district’s original facilities.