Tuesday, 15 August 2017 / Published in Ramtech News

The Mansfield Chamber Of Commerce’s recently added a 30-second corporate video produced for Ramtech to their corporate website. Developed in association with Rochester, New York-based CGI Communications, the video highlights Ramtech’s design-build capabilities and our three types of construction for relocatable modular buildings, and pier and beam and slab on grade permanent modular construction. Ramtech was fortunate to have had the Denver International Airport all-steel construction project online during the time the video was shot. Additionally, Ramtech employees and several finished photos of our more prominent projects were also used in the CGI narrated video. CGI Communications has an extensive track record of developing corporate videos as part of their Community Video Project, a program designed to streamline communication and strengthen communities through local economic development corporations and chambers of commerce throughout the country. The program provides, at no cost to the municipality, complete production services including script writing, filming, editing, music and voiceovers, as well as hosting and streaming of all the video content.

Thursday, 10 August 2017 / Published in Ramtech News

Ramtech Building Systems, Mansfield, TX has announced that the company has completed work on a new 2,880 square foot permanent modular building for Payne Auto Group. The new prefabricated building will be used as a pre-owned sales center at the auto dealership’s Harlingen, Texas location. An identical building is also planned for the company’s Edinburg, Texas location, along with two other permanent modular buildings slated for the dealership’s Mission and Brownsville Mitsubishi Dealerships. Using permanent modular construction with a concrete stem wall and grade beam foundation system, the latter two buildings will also function as showrooms with the capability to park two to three cars inside the buildings.

Monday, 17 July 2017 / Published in Ramtech News

Ramtech has completed the installation phase on a new multiple classroom modular building for Mingo Valley Christian school in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The 13,440 square foot facility will accommodate 150 middle and upper- school students in a building layout that includes ten instructional classrooms, two science labs, an art room, and administrative office space. The value-engineered facility includes an R-panel metal siding exterior with wall hung HVAC units zoned for maximum heating and cooling efficiency. Ramtech’s scope of work on-site included the setting of the building on a pad prepared by the school’s contractor, and the installation of the floor carpet after the school performs the bulk of the interior finish-out work. The manufacturing of the modular sections was completed in April, and the project is scheduled for completion prior to the start of school in August. (more…)

Wednesday, 05 July 2017 / Published in Ramtech News

Design-build construction firm Ramtech Building Systems is well underway on the installation of the 65 modular sections that will make up the new 38,920 square foot modular building for Denver International Airport. The modular construction project is part of the second phase of an upgrade and expansion of the airport’s Concourse A  commuter facility. The concourse building is being built as a co-op effort with other local contractors including Hensel Phelps who is the prime contractor for the project. Ramtech is responsible for the core and shell construction including the exterior walls, interior walls with applied gypsum board, all shear walls, complete floor and ceiling assemblies, and the exterior wall and floor penetrations for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems required for the Phase 2B work. The modular building is being set on a pier type foundation. Ramtech worked with Denver-based Wong Strauch Architects, PC in a design-assist role for developing the Type-IIb modular structure. RMD began the fabrication of the modular sections at the beginning of June which will run through July. The installation phase is expected to be complete by the middle of August. Denver International Airport will use the new modular-built terminal for a minimum of 5 to 10 years while the Airport develops and moves forward with it’s permanent expansion plans.