MODULAR BUILDING INSTITUTE AWARDS OF DISTINCTION

Since the program started in 1987, Ramtech has received 27 coveted Awards of Distinction trophies for their modular construction projects. The awards are presented each year at the Modular Building Institute’s World of Modular annual convention and trade show. This event showcases the commercial modular industry’s best projects for relocatable, permanent, and renovated modular buildings. Projects are reviewed by an impartial panel of construction industry experts for architectural excellence, technical innovation, sustainability, cost effectiveness, energy efficiency, and calendar days to complete.

2020

National Energy Company
Relocatable Modular Office
Best of Show

This national energy company needed a relocatable office building to serve as a template for future jobsites throughout the U.S. The design-build project yielded a building with high-end finishes, sustainable material use, and energy saving practices while allowing for the possibility of relocation or expansion in the future.

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Martin Marietta
Permanent Modular Special Application
Honorable Mention

Martin Marietta required an in-plant breakroom that was more conveniently located to their common work areas, and to limit the impact to their 24/7 plant operations. Ramtech designed and installed a 1,080 square foot facility with ten-foot-wide modules that fit into an area between the extensive piping and rigging of one of the cement plant's kilns.

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2019

Denver International Airport
Relocatable Modular Assembly
First Place

Ramtech provided a 38,920 square foot relocatable modular building for the expansion of the Concourse A terminal at the Denver International Airport. The allsteel modular building was built using Type II-b construction and will be used to accommodate regional jet aircraft and passengers a for a minimum of 5 to 10 years.

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Waste Management
Permanent Modular Special Application
Honorable Mention

Ramtech constructed this 952 square foot scale house using the pier and beam permanent modular construction method. The building is situated at the entrance to Waste Management's DFW Landfill disposal location in Lewisville, Texas and is elevated on concrete piers to sit at the same level as the weigh scales on both sides of the structure.

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Eanes ISD Learning Studio
Relocatable Modular Education
Under 10,000 Sq. Ft.
Honorable Mention

Ramtech developed this variation of our industry standard double classroom building in collaboration with the Eanes ISD school district. Significant changes to the design of the portables include an open ceiling with an exposed painted truss and spiral ductwork, and pendant lighting with full height projected windows for more natural lighting.

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2018

permanent modular buildings Arlington Classics Academy Campus Expansion

Arlington Classics Academy
Permanent Modular Education
Over 10,000 Sq. Ft.
Honorable Mention

Ramtech used our PMC slab-on-grade system for this 37,329 square foot elementary school building for Arlington Classics Academy located at the school’s Dalworthington Gardens campus. The design-build project provides space for 24 standard classrooms to accommodate up to 528 additional students in the third through fifth grades.

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2017

relocatable modular building Deweyville ISD

Deweyville ISD
Relocatable Modular Education
First Place

This temporary campus was part of a FEMA funded project to provide interim space for the district's elementary school which was destroyed during flooding. The project included eight portable double classrooms, an eight classroom building, multipurpose facility with administrative offices, library, conference room, computer lab, and full-service commercial kitchen.

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permanent modular construction LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT – TRANSITIONAL LIVING CENTER

Lifestyle Transitional Center
Permanent Modular Institutional Or Assembly
Honorable Mention

This residential reintegration facility can accommodate up to 296 clients in four 50-man dorms, three 24-man dorms, and one 24-woman dorm. The steel clear span design allows for an open seating and activity area, two partitionable classrooms, a commercial kitchen, administrative offices and counselor rooms, control room, and nurse’s area.

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2016

Permanent modular building UNT Dallas

University of Texas - Dallas
Relocatable Modular Education
First Place

The university purchased the two 8,736 square foot facilities for use as teaching labs in the university's bio and mechanical engineering departments. Both buildings have sprinkler systems to meet the required fire safety code, and their DX split mechanical systems were integrated into the University's existing AAON HVAC equipment.

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2014

permanent modular building West ISD

West ISD
Relocatable Modular Education
Over 2,000 Sq. Ft.
First Place

This temporary campus was part of the first phase in the wake of the massive fertilizer plant explosion that destroyed the district's middle and high schools. The 69,776 square foot project included three 10-classroom buildings, four computer and science labs, two locker room buildings, an administrative office, cafeteria, band hall, and a life skills building.

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2013

permanet modular building KIPP DELTA CHARTER SCHOOLS – CLASSROOMS

KIPP Delta
Relocatable Modular Education
Over 10,000 Sq. Ft.
First Place

2012

relocatable modular building NATO Office Building

North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Temporary Modular Office
Under 5,000 Sq. Ft.
First Place

2011

Permanent modular building Clary Sage College

Clary Sage College
Permanent Modular Office
Over 10,000 Sq. Ft.
First Place

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WEST ISD TEMPORARY MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS

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 offices, the cafeteria, band hall, and a content mastery building.

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