In the modular construction business, having an opportunity to work with a client a second time requires an initial project that meets or exceeds the customer’s expectations. Most construction projects never go perfectly from start to finish, but you don’t often get a second chance if you don’t end up getting it right the first time. One of the many positive historical attributes associated with Ramtech is the fact that we have never failed to successfully complete a project. This track record has allowed us to not only win new projects but also gives us the opportunity to work with previous clients on their future building needs. This was the case with Covenant Classical School, a K-12 interdenominational classical Christian school founded in 1999 and located in far-west Fort Worth, Texas. Three years ago after Covenant relocated to their present 36 acre campus, Ramtech was tasked with providing four buildings totaling 23,598 square feet. The project consisted of three 7,236 square foot buildings for their lower, middle, and upper schools as well as an in 1,890 square foot administrative office building. The lower school building provided for nine classrooms and a teachers lounge, while the middle school facility included seven classrooms, a music room, and locker space. The upper school building features a large assembly/lunchroom, with the science lab and four classrooms. Covenant now plans to expand by adding an addition to one of the classroom buildings to accommodate another 90 students on top of their current enrollment level of 226. Ramtech will once again provide all design-build services including manufacturing and installation of the additional modules as well as all site development including the civil design. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of spring 2012.
Sabrina Queen works in Business Development for Ramtech Building Systems, serving the needs of the education market with temporary classroom facilities. She has been in the modular building industry for over 20 years