Ramtech recently made a significant addition to our engineering and design department by welcoming on board industry veteran Todd Alexander to serve as our Structural Engineer. Todd brings to Ramtech a broad background in structural design in the development of pre-engineered projects for a wide variety of industrial and commercial applications. His previous work experience also includes the successful management and leadership of a diverse range of engineering and design groups.
Todd joins Ramtech at a pivotal time for us as we seek to grow both our traditional and slab-on-grade permanent modular construction business. In welcoming Todd, Roland Brown said, “Todd brings to Ramtech over 30 years of relatable experience in the design of buildings using structural steel, concrete, masonry, and heavy timber and logs, along with the use of dimensional wood and light gauge steel primarily used in modular construction. His experience with this wide variety of structural systems has enabled him to create designs from small homes to large commercial complexes which will allow Ramtech to continue developing the kinds of projects and products that can facilitate our future growth plans.
After graduating from Texas Tech University with a degree in Civil Engineering Todd began his career with RMG Engineers in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In short order he became a Professional Engineer and assumed the role of managing the residential design department. After later moving to Energy Panel Structures in Graettinger, Iowa, he became a Senior Engineer and assumed the responsibility for the structural design of the agricultural, industrial, commercial, and residential buildings that the company sold. Prior to joining Ramtech, Todd was a Principal Engineer with GreenWorks Inspections and Engineering in Dallas where he was hired to form an engineering department to provide comprehensive consulting services for foundation designs and inspections. He holds professional licenses in nine states and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Forest and Paper Association. He has also participated with multiple building and technical review committees during his career.