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From October 31 through November 1, Ramtech will be back exhibiting our temporary and permanent modular building designs at the International Facility Management Association’s World Workplace 2012 Conference and Expo at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas. The IFMA exposition is the largest and longest-running annual conference for facility management and related professions in the world, and is a show that we have used on a regional basis to promote our modular construction capabilities in the past. For over 30 years they have consistently provided the largest forum for identifying and promoting current trends, supporting continuing education, developing networking opportunities, and showcasing the latest products and services available to the facility management industry. Ramtech will be represented at booth number 288 by sales development specialists Bill Barron and Jeff Ward, who will be joined by over 250 other exhibitors and attendees from a broad range of industries from around the world. The conference will be opened by keynote speaker Guy Kawasaki, former chief evangelist of Apple, cofounder of Alltop.com, and best-selling author who will present “The Art of Innovation” to the World Workplace attendees. Additional information about the conference is available on their website at worldworkplace.org.
Ramtech Building Systems is proud to announce our new contract award (GS07F0108Y) with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules program. The GSA is the primary agency of the U.S. Government that is tasked with developing best price buyer’s contracts to maximize the value and minimize the costs associated with procurement for all government agencies. The GSA Schedule has a large variety of products at pre-negotiated or “most favored customer” (MFC) pricing, available from select government-approved companies. Government contracting officers determine whether prices are fair and reasonable by completing a comparison of price and non-price factors that a company offers the government with those that are offered to commercial customers. Government buyers are then able to make purchases knowing that the GSA has managed the entire process and all the associated legal obligations that go with it. Ramtech’s modular building offerings will be listed under Schedule 56, defined as “Buildings and Building Materials, Industrial Services and Supplies.” This is a broad category that encompasses everything from complete buildings to alternative energy solutions. Read more…
For several years, Ramtech and its employees have made personal and financial contributions to multiple local charities in the Mansfield area. Agencies such as Meals on Wheels, Special Olympics, Kiwanis, Habitat for Humanity, Mansfield Cares, and Common Ground are just a few of the outstanding organizations that Ramtech has had the privilege of working with. Recently, another agency that we have had the benefit of supporting chose to highlight a grant that was recently given to Asa E. Low Jr. Intermediate School in the Mansfield ISD. Part of our annual support of the Mansfield ISD Education Foundation, the grant funds will be used to purchase science manipulatives and materials to be used in a lesson unit on Isaac Newton and the laws of physics dubbed “Physics: Don’t Force It”. The program will allow students to discover for themselves the key principals of physical science, force and Newton’s Laws of Motion, friction and gravity, action and reaction, work and power. Ramtech Founder and C.E.O. Mike Slataper was on hand to present the grant at the school which was documented in a video produced by the MISD Foundation.
Today Ramtech announced the official launch of The Modular Building Channel on YouTube. This move will further expand our Internet marketing efforts by developing a closer integration with our existing social media and other collateral marketing programs. Since 2005, YouTube has been the world’s leading online video community, allowing billions of people to discover, watch, and share originally created video material on the internet.
Ramtech would like to invite you to stop by booth #2 and visit with Bill Barron at the Texas Association of Community Health Centers Annual Membership Conference. This year the conference will be held at the Moody Gardens Convention Center in Galveston, TX October 15-18, 2011.
Bill is eager discuss with you Ramtech’s approach to medical construction and show you the range of projects we can provide. These projects can include Community Health Clinics, Outpatient Clinics, Office Buildings, Wellness Centers, Pharmacies/Labs, Diagnostic Imaging Centers, Rehabilitation Centers, Dialysis Centers, plus many more. Visit our website www.ramtechmedical.com for additional information and floor plans.
While the economy has certainly hurt our public schools’ ability to meet their expanding classroom needs, there are viable options available. When you consider cost, speed, and financing alternatives, modular classroom buildings become an ideal solution.
Ramtech Building Systems, Inc has for 30 years been the largest provider of portable classroom buildings in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Ramtech regularly inventories standard two-classroom buildings with and without restrooms that can be purchased or leased. With over 60 buildings available in stock, portable classroom buildings can be acquired through Buyboard or other purchasing coops, and can usually be delivered and installed within 2-4 weeks. Ramtech can also design, manufacture, and install standard or custom modular classroom wings with four to sixteen classrooms per wing. For more information go to http://www.ramtecheducation.com/ and take a look at our floor plans.
The office of Governor Rick Perry announced today the appointment of two new members to the Texas Industrialized Building Code Council and the reappointment of four members, including Roland Brown, Ramtech Building Systems’ vice president of design and development. Appointed for a two-year term expiring in February 2013, the nomination was submitted by former State Senator Kip Averitt, R-Waco and State Representative Jim Pitts, R-Waxahachie. Read more…
Negotiations on the federal budget and a possible government shutdown weren’t the only issues taking place on Capitol Hill last week. Ramtech and a contingent of modular building company representatives organized by the Modular Building Institute went to the U.S. House of Representatives to lobby members of Congress on the use of modular construction as a viable alternative to conventional site construction. Read more…
We invite you to visit Ramtech at booth #33 at this year’s ACSI Administrator/Board Conference, March 27-29 at the Historical Stockyards Station in Fort Worth, TX. During your visit, Ramtech sales professionals Sabrina Queen and Mike Smith will provide you with important information about Ramtech’s capabilities to meet your modular facility requirements. Since 1982, no company in the Southwest can match Ramtech’s successful record of providing a more diverse range of modular building facilities to the education market.
Hensel Phelps Uses Ramtech’s Accelerated Building System to Complete C.O.F. Facilities at Fort Bliss
Construction on the third and final phase of the Army’s new Company Operation Facilities at Ft. Bliss, Texas was completed in December 2010. Ramtech was the strategic subcontractor to Hensel Phelps responsible for structural design, manufacturing, and installation of eighteen 18,000 sf two-story buildings, and six 8,000 sf one-story buildings. Ramtech’s scope of work totaled 372,000 sf with their subcontracts for the three task orders totaling $32 million. Read more…