Ramtech is pleased to announce that Carl Crisp has joined our project management group as a site superintendent. Carl comes to Ramtech with over 16 years of extensive experience working in several aspects of the commercial modular construction industry. Carl began his career with Archer Daniels Midland in Kansas working with industrial coatings and hazmat related activities. In 2000 he joined Resun Leasing, at the time one of the country’s largest modular leasing companies. As a site supervisor for Resun he worked on the modular school building phase of the multiyear rebuilding project for the Houston Independent School District, along with several projects associated with the rebuilding efforts in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, the Pelican Bay Super Max prison in California, and as a site inspector of the modular buildings that were used during the 2002 Winter Olympics in Utah. In 2007 Carl then joined Satellite Shelters’ Houston branch office as the operations manager where he was responsible for overseeing the fleet operations in three Texas locations and one in Louisiana. In his tenure at Satellite he was responsible for the installation of over 70% of the modules used in the build-out of ExxonMobil’s headquarters facility in Spring, Texas. Carl is a native of Galveston, Texas where he lived for several years prior to starting his career. Carl will report to Randy Van Zandt, Ramtech’s Vice President Construction and is currently overseeing the finish out of the Deweyville ISD project. Please join us in welcoming Carl to the Ramtech team.
Ramtech Welcomes Carl Crisp As New Site Superintendent
by Ramtech Building Systems / Wednesday, 21 December 2016 / Published in Ramtech News