Ramtech Building Systems to Showcase Modular Buildings at the 2014 Texas Charter Schools Conference in Houston

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Ramtech Building Systems has announced that the company will be exhibiting its portable classrooms, relocatable and permanent modular school buildings, and modular construction capabilities at the 2014 Texas Charter Schools Conference being held at the Westin Galleria on December 10-12 in Houston, Texas. Expected to draw over 1,300 attendees, the annual conference is hosted by the Texas Charter Schools Association, a statewide association focused exclusively on representing and meeting the needs of charter school educators and students throughout Texas.

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2014 Texas Charter Schools Conference December 10-12

Modular construction is the best way for charter schools to acquire new facilities in order to meet both the tight budgetary requirements and the strict scheduling demands of opening new schools within the required timeframe

Ramtech Building Systems has announced that the company will be exhibiting its portable classrooms, relocatable and permanent modular school buildings, and modular construction capabilities in booth 123 at the 2014 Texas Charter Schools Conference being held at the Westin Galleria on December 10-12 in Houston, Texas. The conference is expected to draw over 1,300 attendees from across the state, including administrators, board members, policy makers, and teachers interested in training, networking, sharing best practices and viewing the latest in industry-leading products and services. The exhibition will begin Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock in the exhibit hall, followed by the start of the general session with keynote speaker Dr. Adolf Brown, the Founder, President, and CEO of The Leadership & Learning Institute.

The Texas Charter Schools Conference is an annual gathering hosted by the Texas Charter Schools Association, a statewide association created in 2008 to focus on accelerating student achievement in Texas by empowering a diverse set of effective and quality driven charter schools. The Association represents 90% of the estimated 178,000 charter students that are enrolled at the 552 charter school campuses in Texas. Over the last five years Texas has seen an average annual growth rate of 15% for students in open enrollment charter schools, and the state currently has more than 100,000 students on waiting lists. Texas charter schools receive state funds based on the average daily attendance of students, however they do not receive state facilities funding. According to Gary White, Ramtech's VP of sales, "Modular construction is the best way for charter schools to acquire new facilities in order to meet both the tight budgetary requirements and the strict scheduling demands of opening new schools within the required timeframe." In addition to displaying their traditional relocatable and permanent modular building products, Ramtech will also highlight its Accelerated Building System, a prefabricated permanent school construction approach that combines offsite manufacturing and on-site construction techniques in order to produce a building faster and with less design and construction costs than a completely site built structure.

About Ramtech Building Systems
Since 1982 Ramtech Building Systems has been providing innovative modular buildings for educational institutions, government agencies, healthcare providers, and Fortune 500 companies throughout the Southern United States. Based in Mansfield, Texas in the southern part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Ramtech provides space planning, in-house design, a manufacturer direct product, site construction services and finish-out on every project they produce. By emphasizing a value engineering approach, Ramtech has successfully completed over 3,000 diverse projects of all sizes. For more information, visit the company's website at ramtecheducation.com.

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