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RAMOS/CS is a small, minority-owned business founded in Los Angeles. An engineering and construction management company, focused on delivering quality infrastructure consulting services, with an emphasis on public related projects that serve the needs of our communities. With a staff of diversified, licensed professionals, the RAMOS/CS philosophy stems from the idea that successful project execution starts with people.

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Remembering Metro artist Patrick Nagatani, 1945-2017
With great sadness, Metro Art shares the news of the passing of artist Patrick Nagatani. His 1995 artwork Epoch, located on the third floor of Metro Headquarters, addresses the idea [continue reading]
Tunnels, turkeys, real-time transit arrival data: give the people what they want!; HWR, Nov. 22
Dept. of Soul Crushing Traffic / Media Hype Aerial footage shows traffic gridlock in Los Angeles as the Thanksgiving travel rush begins https://t.co/n6v9oOnNrQ pic.twitter.com/eS3TosO6BI — CNN ( …
Safety and security on Metro: get to know LAPD
Earlier this year, Metro’s Board of Directors approved a new contract to increase the police’s presence on Metro. Since then, the Los Angeles and Long Beach police departments have joined …
NYT on NYC subway woes, rail delay audit, AC/DC, Rams, blame the bus: HWR, Nov. 18
Art of Transportation:  This would seem an appropriate juncture to post “Highway to Hell” in tribute to AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young. Instead, I’ll give Young Source readers a tast …
Biking is good for business
Two local cities — Glendora and South Pasadena — are trying something novel: a Bicycle Friendly Business District pilot project to encourage more people to bike to local shops. The [contin …
Cancellation of Rail Tunnel Expansion Cramps Baltimore Port Expansion Plans
Maryland officials are scrambling to find another strategy to finance the $425 million expansion of an aging Baltimore freight rail tunnel, following CSX Transportation’s withdrawal from the pro …
Massive Petrochemical Complex on the Rise in Pennsylvania
Construction is underway at Shell Chemicals’ new $6 billion ethane cracker plant in central Pennsylvania.
Landmark DC Property Poised for “Urban Village” Makeover
The future of the iconic Fannie Mae property in northwest Washington, D.C., with a mixed-use “urban village” redevelopment plan that includes residences, hotels and commercial space. …
I-66 Express Lanes P3 Reaches Financing Milestone With TIFIA Loan Approval
The U.S. Dept. of Transportation has approved a $1.2 billion TIFIA loan to support the construction of tolled express lanes on I-66 in northern Virginia. 
Structural Issues Shrink Plans for Elevated D.C. Park
Plans to created an elevated public park atop piers that once supported Washington, D.C.’s 11th Street bridges have been slimmed down following an extensive structural study.
KCI Single Terminal Referendum Overwhelmingly Passes
By a count of 49,950 yes votes to 16,378 against, Kansas City voters approved a new, single-terminal Kansas City International Airport last week.
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A Great Year for Midwestern Innovation
35 Best Projects award winners showcased construction, engineering excellence
ENR Midwest Project of The Year: 150 N. Riverside
The "tuning fork" defeated what was called an unbuildable site with innovative engineering.
L.A. Gives Notice to Owners of Older Concrete Structures About Seismic Retrofits
Earlier this month, just over two years after Los Angeles passed a law requiring seismic retrofits of older, nonductile concrete buildings, the city’s Dept. of Building and Safety began sending …
Survey Reveals Hot Market for Specialty Firms
Volume and pace of work continue to increase for subcontractors, but pricing remains competitive.
California Pulse: Construction bids for the week of November 27
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LA Oscar Museum Works its Magic in Concrete
Prefabricated concrete panels steal the show by providing both formwork and support for a 13,000-ton sphere.
Creativity Reaches New Heights at KHS&S
Wall-and-ceiling contractor builds a diverse portfolio that tests the imagination.

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