Friday, 22 September 2023 / Published in Ramtech News
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Ramtech team members attend a corporate outing at the Rangers vs Red Sox game September 20, 2023.

It’s always a great day for baseball. On Wednesday afternoon our RBS and RMD team members headed out from work early and were treated to a matinee game to see the Texas Rangers take on the Boston Red Sox at Globe Life Field in Arlington. And boy the Rangers didn’t disappoint. After falling behind by four runs early their bats came alive and erupted for 15 runs on 16 hits while going yard four times.

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Ramtech team members Melissa Sexton and Melissa Miles.

The energetic Ramtech group took in all the action with a block of seats in Section 102 at the ballpark, enjoying company provided tickets, parking passes, and concession vouchers. Thanks to all who attended to make this corporate outing such a great event.

Wednesday, 20 September 2023 / Published in Ramtech News

As a design build construction company Ramtech has developed many keys to our success since we began our operations in 1982. Our design, manufacturing, and construction capabilities make us one of the top commercial modular construction firms in North America.

Now into our fifth decade of operation with a resume of over 4,600 successfully completed projects, Ramtech continues to lead the commerc

ial modular industry in the development of both relocatable buildings and permanent modular construction projects. Our continued

success would not have been possible without the dedicated efforts and longevity of our team members, some of whom have been with us for a significant part of our 40+ years.

We’d like to take a moment to recognize the following team members that celebrated their Ramtech anniversary during the 3rd Quarter of 2023:

  • 35 Years: Jose Leos – Production
  • 10 Years: Maria Cuevas – Production
  •   5 Years: Christopher Holguin – Production

From all of us at Ramtech, thank you for your years of dedicated service in helping to make Ramtech Building Systems one of the leaders in commercial modular construction.

Tuesday, 22 August 2023 / Published in Government, Ramtech News

davis-bacon_actA proposed reinterpretation of a federal law that would have had potentially harmful job killing and inflationary effects on the commercial modular industry and its U.S. membership has been stopped through the dogged efforts of the Modular Building Institute and several of its member companies.

On August 8, the U.S. Department of Labor published its final rule aimed at revising and expanding the 90-year-old Davis-Bacon Act. The initial proposal would have expanded the Act which mandates prevailing union wage rates to include “secondary sites” such as modular factories on federally funded projects. Through an extensive year-and-a-half long lobbying effort by the Modular Building Institute (MBI) and its members, the Department of Labor published its final rule without the proposed expansion to include the modular building industry.

MBI executive director Tom Hardiman expressed just how significant this decision was and gave credit to the collective support of the associations membership stating, “In my twenty years with MBI, this is by far the biggest win for our industry. The MBI and our members were able to delay this rule’s implementation for over a year and ultimately prevailed in getting the anti-industry language removed.”

You can read more about the MBI’s successful effort in stopping the reinterpretation of the Davis-Bacon Act here.

Tuesday, 25 July 2023 / Published in Ramtech News

Ramtech’s manufacturing division passed the 500 day mark in June without a lost time accident.

Since beginning our modular building manufacturing operations in 1984, Ramtech has always kept the plant safety of our team members as an utmost priority. This has come through the employ of a full-time safety manager, who is committed to keeping our procedures up to date, providing for continual worker training, and maintaining a rigorous inspection of our modular manufacturing plant workspaces and equipment. (more…)

Friday, 21 July 2023 / Published in Commercial, Modular Building, Modular Construction, Ramtech News

Ramtech modular building manufacturing of the Concourse A addition for Denver International Airport.

Ramtech has completed the manufacturing of the 36 modular sections that will make up the 26,312 square foot modular building addition for Denver International Airport’s Concourse A East Groundload Phase II Terminal Expansion. The modular construction project is part of the second phase of an upgrade and expansion of the airport’s Concourse A commuter facility that will connect to a 38,929 square foot modular building Ramtech previously constructed for DIA in 2018. The new addition will extend east toward the flightline and provide five additional gates for Frontier Airlines. The concourse building is being built as a co-op effort with other local contractors under a joint venture project between Turner Construction and Flatiron Construction.


Manufacturing of an exterior wall section for the modular building Concourse A addition at Denver International Airport.

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 roof assemblies, and the exterior wall and floor penetrations for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. The modular building will be set on an engineered concrete block pier foundation system and has been designed to meet a 160-mph enhanced windspeed. Ramtech worked with HNTB Corporation in a design-assist role for developing the Type-IIb modular structure. The installation phase is expected to commence during the first week of September and take six weeks to complete. Denver International Airport will use the new modular-built terminal for a minimum of five years while they continue to develop their permanent expansion plans.