2011 turned out to be a banner year for Ramtech as we completed a number of temporary and permanent modular building projects in the education market. On the permanent side, our Accelerated Building System permanent modular construction process included completed classroom expansions for Hubbard ISD and Blue Ridge ISD in Texas and Clary Sage College in Oklahoma. Numerous portable classroom and multiple classroom wing projects were also completed for public, private, and charter schools throughout the Southwest. So as we head on into the New Year, Ramtech will once again be on full display at the 2012 Texas Association of School Administrators Midwinter Conference and Education Expo January 30 & 31 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. Ramtech education specialists Sabrina Queen and Mike Smith will represent both our temporary and permanent education designs in a 20 foot booth located in spaces 1231 & 1330. Dubbed “Creating a New Vision for Public Education in Texas” the conference will be headlined by Robert Ballard, discoverer of the RMS Titanic and chairman of The Jason Project which connects students with scientists and researchers, virtually and physically, to provide mentored, authentic and enriching science learning experiences. Ramtech will once again represent our relationship with the Texas Association of School Boards BuyBoard program, who will also be in attendance in the exhibit hall together with over 300 other exhibitors representing a wide variety of educational products and services.
Ramtech Runs into the New Year at TASA Education Expo in Austin
by Ramtech Building Systems / Friday, 23 December 2011 / Published in Ramtech News