• Headerclean Streettrains
  • Header 01
  • Headerclean Interiorbuilding
  • Header 02
  • Headerclean Station

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.

Our Clients


More Information


We recruit the best by offering aggressive compensation packages and a work environment that supports growth

Submit Resume

Recent News

Help stop Asian hate: a resource guide
Help stop Asian hate. As you have likely heard, there have been several incidents across the U.S. and even one attack on a Metro bus last month. The suspect was [continue reading]
How the public can submit comments on the FY22 proposed budget
Metro’s annual budget sets transportation priorities across L.A. County for the coming year. The $8-billion budget for the 2022 fiscal year, which will be effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022, …
Service Advisory: buses replace C Line (Green) service between Vermont/Athens and Long Beach Blvd this weekend
Weekend rail service on the C Line (Green) will be suspended between Vermont/Athens and Long Beach Blvd Station due to signal system upgrades starting at 9 p.m. Friday, May 14 to Sunday, [continue rea …
Virtual meeting today and Saturday for Rail to Rail/River Segment B
Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around L.A. County, including streets that are safer for everyone. Metro wants your input on the proposed alternatives for Rail to Rail/River Active Transport …
Share your reflections for new temporary construction banner artworks at Metro Center Project
Artists Kuniharu Yoshida and Susu Attar, along with the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (JACCC) and Metro Art, are creating temporary construction banner artworks for the Metro Cent …
Pennsylvania Charges Contractor With $20-Million Prevailing Wage Violation
State attorney general claims Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. diverted funds from craft workers' pension benefits to other employee profit sharing.
MidAtlantic Pulse: Construction bids for April 2021
Bids on projects in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia
Virginia Children’s Hospital Built for Durability, Safety, Serenity
Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters is erecting a behavioral and mental health facility that allows patients to safely “act out in place."
Boston Properties Rises to the Occasion
ENR MidAtlantic’s Owner of the Year strives to develop and own premier properties in the region’s top markets
MidAtlantic Region’s 2020 Starts Stuck in the Gate
ENR MidAtlantic’s 2020 Top Starts total $6.7 billion, down 25.6% from 2019
KCI Airport's Big, Progressive Design-Build Makeover
After decades of making it work with three Jetsons-style drive-up terminals, Kansas City is joining the single-terminal airport world in a big way.
Stantec Delivers Regionwide Wins, Despite the Pandemic
A dominant player in all Midwest states, Stantec delivers everything from building design to water supply systems
City Scoop: Cleveland
Dodge data on projected 2021 construction starts in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio
City Scoop: Milwaukee
Dodge data on projected 2021 construction starts in the Milwaukee area.
BMO Tower Tops Out in Midwest On the Scene
Reports from key industry events across the Midwest including the topping out of BMO Tower and the release of Landmarks Illinois' annual list of most endangered historic and significant places …
Major Calif. Contractor Pays $725K to Settle EEOC Jobsite Racial Bias Suit
Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction denied workers' claims of racist actions and "hostile work environment" on showcase $700M U. of Southern California campus addition but agreed to payment …
Calif. Governor Seeks $5.1B for Water Infrastructure as State Drought Expands
Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a drought in 41 counties and proposed water investment over four years.
Complex Facade Highlights Challenge of $73M Orange County, Calif., Museum Project
The facility, halfway to completion, is scheduled for completion in 2022.
California Contractors Are "Bullish" For 2021
A recent AGC of California survey shows contractors are optimistic for 2021 despite the pandemic.
California Gov. Orders Halt to Oil Fracking Permits by 2024
Gov. Gavin Newsom directed state agencies to stop the permits by 2024; state weighs ending all oil extraction activities by 2045.

We would like to hear from you

Contact Us

As a growing firm, we are also your teaming solution. We are certified as a DBE, SBE, MBE, CBE and LBE from several agencies

We’d love to hear from you and share more about how we have delivered tangible, quality solutions