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Ramtech recently completed the installation phase on a new eight classroom modular school building for Alpine Christian School in Alpine, Texas. The 8,064 square foot facility will be used for the private school’s Kindergarten thru 12th grade students beginning at the start of the 2018-19 academic school year. Using one of our standard classroom inventory designs, the value-engineered facility utilizes an R-panel metal siding exterior with wall-mounted 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. Once power is provided to the site, Ramtech will finish the remaining interior work including the vinyl composition tile flooring. (more…)
Ramtech is pleased to welcome Chad Shaw as our new business development specialist focusing on our commercial and government markets. Chad comes to us with extensive experience in the commercial modular building industry, having worked for a diverse group of companies including dealers, minority contractors, and direct manufacturers. He also has a comprehensive background in building strategic partnerships in order to pursue, negotiate, and execute all types and sizes of design-build modular projects.
Chad is a graduate of the University of Houston where he was a four-year letterman on the football team. He resides in North Richland Hills with his wife Clarissa and three children. We look forward to Chad being part of the Ramtech team and in his ability to help Ramtech now and well into the future.
The Modular Building Institute awarded Ramtech’s Roland Brown with the organization’s prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award at the trade association’s 35th annual World of Modular convention and trade show held March 22-25 in Hollywood, Florida. Roland received the award from Mike Slataper and Linc Moss who were both on hand during the convention’s awards banquet at the conclusion of the conference. In presenting the award, Linc remarked, “During his 37 year career, Roland Brown has created many unique structural designs helping Ramtech to be recognized as an innovator while contributing enormously to the technical evolution of the commercial modular industry.” The MBI’s Outstanding Achievement Award is given annually to one individual honoring their exemplary contribution and service to the commercial modular building industry and to the Modular Building Institute. (more…)
Ramtech has received another Awards of Distinction trophy at this year’s Modular Building Institute World of Modular convention and trade show in Hollywood, Florida. Ramtech received an honorable mention trophy in the permanent category for the campus expansion project built for Arlington Classics Academy of Arlington, Texas. Located on the charter school’s eleven acre Dalworthington Gardens, Texas campus, the 37,329 square foot slab-on-grade permanent modular construction design-build project features 24 standard classrooms able to accommodate up to 528 additional elementary school students in the third through fifth grades. The modular school building has five special use classrooms for the school’s art, music, speech, and special education programs, a cafeteria with a warming kitchen, administrative offices, a library annex with a tutoring center and learning lab, and a 3,000 square foot multipurpose exercise room with its own dedicated heating and cooling system. (more…)
Ramtech was able to return to take photos of the recently completed 38,920 square foot modular building we built for Denver International Airport. This was a project in which we worked with Denver-based Wong Strauch Architects, PC in a design-assist role in developing the Type-IIb modular construction project which was part of the second phase of an upgrade and expansion to the Airport’s Concourse A commuter facility. The concourse building was built as a co-operative effort with other contractors including Hensel Phelps, the prime contractor for the project. Ramtech was responsible for the core and shell construction including the exterior cladding, interior walls with applied gypsum board, complete floor and ceiling assemblies, and the exterior wall and floor penetrations required for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. The modular building was installed on a concrete block pier type foundation system. Our manufacturing division began the fabrication of the modular sections during June of last year and completed the setting of the modular sections at the end of August. Ramtech participated in the finish-out of the interior work which was predominantly completed in mid-December. 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.