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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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Temporary closure of Orange Line North Hollywood Station to start July 28
Metro plans to convert its entire fleet of buses to zero emission buses by 2030. The first phase of the transition will launch on the Orange Line with the deployment [continue reading] The post Tempor …
Go Metro to Delicious Little Tokyo on July 19 and 20
The 4th annual Delicious Little Tokyo is taking place this Friday and Saturday, July 19 and 20. Select Little Tokyo restaurants will be offering giveaways, demonstrations, tastings and more.  Take a h …
Fresh off the presses: Metro’s 2019 Innovation Portfolio
pdf here Metro’s Office of Extraordinary Innovation recently published Metro’s 2019 Innovation Portfolio  – Transforming Ideas into Improvements. The report highlights 17 innovative projects developed …
Four upcoming community meetings for Sepulveda Transit Corridor project
Metro is currently conducting a feasibility study to evaluate a number of high-capacity transit alternatives between the San Fernando Valley and Westside. The next round of community meetings for the …
Help shape Our Next LA
In the first phase of Our Next LA, we have identified five broad categories that people would like to see for future transportation in Los Angeles County. Let us know [continue reading] The post Help …
Designers Post Increased Revenue, but Outlook Is Cloudy
As MidAtlantic transportation projects continue to be funded at the state level, designers hope federal infrastructure spending will increase
Massive Pa. Project Repurposes Former Mine
The Hanover 9 project in Luzerne, Pa., set to finish in August, includes 2 million sq ft of industrial space on previously undevelopable land
WSP USA Finds Success By Taking Local Approach
Global firm taps ground-level knowledge and world resources to build its regional presence
MidAtlantic City Scoop: Construction Starts in Baltimore
Dodge Data & Analytics forecasts 2019 starts in the Baltimore area.
MidAtlantic Pulse: Construction bids for June 2019
Project news From Dodge Data & Analytics
Kaskaskia, an Illinois Island Community in the Mississippi River, Still Can't Assess Flood Damages
Even though flood water has fallen to levels that make some bridges and channel roads passable in the tiny island town of Kaskaskia, Ill., local officials still don't have a good idea of how much …
Clayco Builds Jagged Terraces on Jeanne Gang-Designed One Hundred High-Rise in St. Louis
No two floors are alike at the 36-story One Hundred tower in St. Louis
As Flood Water Finally Recedes, Midwest Cities and Towns Plan for Prevention
Officials from Midwest cities and towns are finally getting a chance to reevaluate flood control after flood waters have begun to recede, some for the first time this year.
Innovator Wants Construction's Next Generation to Be a Pepper, Too!
Contractor of the Year Pepper Construction focuses on technology and highperformance buildings to maintain a strong market standing
Midwest Contractors Invest in Data Center Expertise, Merge to Grow
Another record-breaking year in Midwest construction was fueled by expanding technology infrastructure and alternative delivery methods,
Strongest Earthquake in Years Hits Southern California
A magnitude 7.1 temblor struck northeast of Los Angeles on Friday, July 5 at 8:19 p.m., a day after a 6.4 magnitude rocked the same area, knocking out power to thousands and prompting questions on pro …
LA County Metro Unveils Two New TBMs for Purple Line Extension
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) on Monday unveiled two new tunnel boring machines (TBMs) for the authority's $9.3 billion Purple Line Extension project, which …
California Pulse: Construction Project News for May 2019
Bids on construction projects in California and Hawaii
California People: Updates About Construction Professionals for May 2019
Updates about construction professionals in California and Hawaii
Bringing New Life to Landmark LA Coliseum
Crews contend with overly robust foundations and a busy event schedule on a major face-lift to prepare Memorial Coliseum for its third Olympics

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