Ramtech has announced that Brackett ISD has given us a notice of award for a design-build proposal that will provide for the modular construction of an 11,616 square foot freestanding classroom wing for the District’s high school campus. Ramtech plans to employ the use of our traditional wood-framed permanent modular construction approach for a parapet wall designed facility that will incorporate a HardiePanel exterior with site applied Ultra-Crete finish. The heating and cooling will be accommodated with rooftop HVAC units mounted on a TPO covered roof. The interior floor plan will accommodate seven classrooms, two computer labs, two offices, content mastery room, an IT room, and student staff restrooms. Ramtech expects to have the project completed during March of 2015.
Located in Brackettville, Texas in Kinney County in the Southwest part of the state, the Brackett ISD currently serves over 600 students at the District’s four schools. When Brackett was presented with the three construction options that we provide, a relocatable modular building, traditional permanent modular construction, and our Accelerated Building System, they chose our traditional permanent modular construction approach in order to provide them with the kind of facility they wanted that was also within their budget. The estimated $1.1 million modular school building will help them accommodate a recent influx of students from the adjacent Uvalde and Del Rio areas.