As fellow Texans, we will marshal all of our design, manufacturing, and construction resources to help our neighbors throughout South Texas rebuild and recover as quickly as possible
Mansfield, TX (PRWEB) September 07, 2017
As the recovery and rebuilding begins to unfold in South Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, design- build construction firm Ramtech Building Systems of Mansfield, Texas has announced the company has dedicated its current inventory of portable classrooms and offices, along with additional manufacturing production time, to meet the expected demands for relocatable modular buildings and permanent modular construction during the relief efforts. "Everyone at Ramtech extends our thoughts and prayers to all those affected by the hurricane and flooding. As fellow Texans, we will marshal all of our design, manufacturing, and construction resources to help our neighbors throughout South Texas rebuild and recover as quickly as possible," said company President Linc Moss. Due to the amount of devastation caused by the heavy winds and flooding rains, relocatable and temporary facilities will be the optimum solution for schools, healthcare organizations, commercial and industrial businesses, and government agencies in order to meet their short-term facility needs in the fastest possible timeframe with the lowest possible costs.
Ramtech has over 35 years of extensive experience in mobilizing its physical and human resources to quickly and efficiently provide relocatable modular buildings and permanent modular construction for natural and man-made disaster recovery relief efforts. In 1995 the company rebuilt multiple schools after Hurricane Marilyn devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands. In 2013, after a massive fertilizer plant explosion destroyed parts of West, Texas Ramtech was able to provide a temporary 69,776 square foot middle and high school campus comprised of 28 separate structures including 17 new relocatable modular buildings that were designed, manufactured, and installed by the company 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 11 buildings totaling over 25,000 square feet to replace the local school district's damaged elementary school. The company is experienced in helping it's clients in providing 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 the company's website at RamtechModular.com.