After assisting the Hubbard Independent School District in lowering their original $12 million construction budget by 33% to $8 million, Ramtech provided a multi-facility project consisting of three buildings using the Accelerated Building System permanent modular construction 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. All of the buildings have a split-face block masonry exterior designed to match the existing school architecture. Hubbard Superintendent Randy O’Brien graciously went on camera to discuss the modular building project, and provided his insight on what it was like to work with Ramtech.
Gary White is Vice President of Sales & Estimating at Ramtech Building Systems, Inc. He has been in the commercial modular industry for 33 years and is responsible for the management of all sales and estimating efforts across each of Ramtech’s key market segments: Education, Government, Medical, and Commercial.