Ramtech recently completed a 15,232 square foot permanent modular building for the Beaumont (TX) Independent School District, utilizing one of our standard classroom wing addition designs along with our slab-on-grade permanent modular construction process. We were able to accelerate the completion of the 16 classroom building at the district’s Beaumont United high school campus in under 115 days.
In addition to the classrooms, the facility provides space for boys and girls restrooms situated off the center corridor in the middle of the building. The site preparation was developed by the school district while Ramtech provided the foundation. The exterior of the building incorporates full brick masonry on a parapet wall design, along with an EPDM low pitched roof. The building was constructed to meet the Texas Department of Insurance Windstorm Certification and also Includes fire alarm and sprinkler systems. The interior features a 9 foot ceiling height throughout the building with textured and painted walls and vinyl composition tile flooring.
The Beaumont United high school campus is the result of the merger of students from Central High School with those at Ozen High School. The district was forced to close the Central High School campus after the irreparable damage caused by Hurricane Harvey in 2017. The merger of the two high schools required additional space at the Ozen campus which only had a capacity of 1,800 students. The new facility adds room for 400 additional students which meets the current enrollment. Ramtech finished the project in August prior to the start of the 2018-2019 academic school year.