Ramtech announced this week the launch of a new program on the benefits of using modular construction for charter school providers. The initiative will provide an opportunity for the educators to learn about the recent innovations and practical applications in the use of temporary and permanent educational modular buildings when developing new schools or additions to existing campuses.
The program will consist of privately scheduled meetings where teams of educators can meet with and explore Ramtech’s capabilities through ‘lunch and learn’ sessions with the company’s technical sales, engineering, and project management personnel. Tours of our manufacturing operation will also be part of the agenda, along with a demonstration facility consisting of a fully finished standard floorplan six-classroom modular wing addition with restrooms that will be available for viewing.
The idea is to assist charter schools in the pre-planning stages of their facility requirements while providing them with a first-hand look at what can be done using our approach to temporary and permanent modular buildings. Ramtech plans to have the program in place and operational in January. Since the beginning of 2011, Ramtech has secured orders for seven charter school projects of various sizes and complexity, bringing the total square footage under development to over 80,000 square feet.