Ramtech has over 35 years of extensive experience in mobilizing our physical and human resources to quickly and efficiently provide inventory or custom relocatable modular buildings for disaster recovery relief efforts.
Throughout our history we’ve been able to answer the call both domestically and internationally when tragedy strikes. In 1995 Ramtech rebuilt multiple schools after Hurricane Marilyn devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands. In 2013, after a massive fertilizer plant explosion destroyed parts of the city of West, Texas Ramtech was able to provide a temporary 69,776 square foot middle and high school campus comprised of 28 separate structures in 60 days. When torrential rains in March 2016 caused the forced release of water from the Sabine River resulting in the flooding of the community of Deweyville, Texas, Ramtech mobilized to provide over 25,000 square feet to replace the local school district’s damaged elementary school.
Ramtech is experienced in helping our clients acquire funding sources for short and long-term leasing options as well as working with FEMA and other federal, state, and local government agencies in expediting the acquisition and construction process. For more information on modular buildings for disaster recovery, visit our website at RamtechModular.com