Ramtech’s Gary Davenport Receives New Mexico Architecture License

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Mansfield, Texas-based Ramtech Building Systems, the Southwest's premier design-build construction firm for relocatable buildings and permanent modular construction has announced that Gary Davenport, the company's Project Architect and Design Project Manager has received his architecture license for the state of New Mexico. The licensure becomes the sixth state where Davenport maintains licenses and provides Ramtech with an increased capacity to pursue both public and private projects in the state.

Mansfield, Texas-based Ramtech Building Systems, the Southwest's premier design-build construction firm for relocatable modular buildings and permanent modular construction has announced that Gary Davenport, the company's Project Architect and Design Project Manager, has received his architecture license for the state of New Mexico. Ramtech and Davenport applied for the license in order to meet a requirement in the procurement process in the company’s successful pursuit of a $13.5 million multi-use office building (MUOB) project for the Los Alamos National Laboratory. According to Davenport, “the MUOB project requirements stipulated that a registered New Mexico architect must be the Professional of Record and Designer of Record in addition to having five to eight years experience designing similar multi-story modular projects.” Mr. Davenport worked closely with the State of New Mexico Board of Architects and was able to receive his reciprocal approval in just over three weeks.

Mr. Davenport came to Ramtech in 2015 after an extensive career in the modular building industry. He has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, is an active member of the American Institute of Architects, and also holds National Certification of Architectural Review Boards (NCARB) and LEED certifications. The New Mexico licensure required an intensive review of his experience, evaluation by the NCARB, passage of the New Mexico legal requirements test, and confirmation of his good standing with the other states in which he is registered. Those states include Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and New Jersey. The licensure becomes the sixth state where Davenport maintains licenses and provides Ramtech with an increased capacity to pursue both public and private projects in the state.

About Ramtech Building Systems
Since 1982 Mansfield, Texas-based Ramtech Building Systems has been providing innovative permanent modular buildings for government agencies, healthcare providers, Fortune 500 companies, and educational institutions throughout the Southern United States. As a design-build construction company, Ramtech offers full in-house design, a manufacturer direct product, and complete site construction services all within a single-source solution. By emphasizing a value engineering approach, Ramtech has successfully completed over 4,000 relocatable building and permanent modular construction projects throughout the Southern United States. For more information, visit the company's website at RamtechModular.com.

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