Ramtech can provide small to large permanent buildings to public, private, and faith-based schools throughout Texas and the Southwest using our innovative and well developed traditional permanent modular construction (PMC) approach. Our PMC process is more than just a simple construction methodology, it's a vertically integrated approach that can provide a complete range of services including the space planning and building design in addition to the manufacturing, site development and project finish-out. Ramtech's ability to provide all of these services allows you to work with one company, insuring you get the speed, quality, and value of a single-source solution with the benefits of:
Whether it's a single classroom wing or a full service cafeteria, our permanent modular construction process allows us to provide a wide range of permanent school buildings for all types of schools.
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.