This temporary campus was part of the first phase of the Restore West ISD building program in the wake of the massive fertilizer plant explosion that destroyed the district’s middle and high schools. Manufactured and installed by Ramtech, the 69,776 square foot modular construction project included three 10-class – room buildings, four computer and science labs, two locker room buildings, an admin office, cafeteria, band hall, and a life skills building. The buildings were built with a 26 gauge R panel metal exterior, with interiors that incorporate vinyl covered gypsum walls and vinyl composition floor tiles. The $2.5 million project was leased through the Texas BuyBoard co-op purchasing network and was used for two years during the construction of a new intermediate/middle and high school.

Project Size: 69,776 sq ft

Construction: IBC Type V-b

Contract Type: BuyBoard

Facility Use: Complete middle and high school campus

Description: Relocatable modular construction with R-Panel exterior vinyl covered gypsum wall interior, extensive site constructed steps, decks, and ramps

Completion: 60 days