Pathfinder Services launching the organization’s newest division Amramp specializing in modular ramps, donated a new ramp to the Huntington County Community School Corporation’s Instructional Services Center Bookworm. The ramp will allow for children in wheelchairs to be able to access the Bookworm without having to go up any steps, but will also be a huge help providing book carts entrance in and out of the Bookworm.
Huntington County Community School Superintendant Tracey Shafer, Director of Special Programs Trace Hinesley, and Bookworm driver Lisa Hoch accepted the ramp in a dedication ceremony from Pathfinder Services President John Niederman, Senior Director of Business Development Loretta Mottram, Pathfinder Kids Kampus’s Administrator, Lisa Mettler, and Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing’s Business and Sales Coordinator Kay Smith in front of Pathfinder Kids Kampus on Wednesday, December 16th.
Amramp allows for families and businesses to rent or buy ADA compliant low cost, portable ramps with a non-slip ramp surface. The ramps are made of durable, non-skid mesh steel ramp grips tires and is safer than wood, allowing the weather to pass through. The black finish actually promotes defrosting!
Amramp offers free home evaluations and meets with each client to custom design the ramp. All of the ramps are installed by trained Amramp specialists. Ramps are available in days not weeks or months and most installations take less than a day.
Amramp is the newest division of Pathfinder Services, Inc. specializing in portable ramps systems providing solutions for clients in North Eastern Indiana. For more information on Amramp please call Loretta Mottram at (260) 519-0101 or e-mail her at [email protected].