As the Ramtech video tour of northern Oklahoma headed out of Tulsa, we next traveled west one hour to visit Timothy C. Arnold Elementary School, the site of Ramtech’s first Accelerated Building System permanent modular construction project in Oklahoma. Part of the Oilton Public School system, the District was faced with having to tear down their aging elementary school in order to replace it with a larger facility. Using the ABS method purchased through the Texas Buyboard cooperative purchasing network, Ramtech provided a 15,232 square foot 16 classroom modular building modified to incorporate a library, computer lab, nurse’s office, faculty lounge, and classrooms. We caught up with Matt Posey, Oilton’s School Superintendent, who had this to say about the project:
Mike Smith works in Business Development for Ramtech Building Systems, Inc. He serves primarily the Education Market where he has experience in sales, estimating, and project management of permanent school facilities. Mike has worked in the construction industry for 36 years.