This is an overveiw of our projects organized by type.
RAM Construction Services was selected to waterproof the entire below grade portion of the museum including the basement, foundation, walls and plaza areas to guarantee a water tight foundation!
The main focus of RAM’s work in the Cleveland Clinic was fireproofing the entire facility. The Clinic’s focus on safety also led them to request a database of every potential penetration, including pipe penetrations and HVAC duct work, identified by RAM.
RAM Construction Services helped bring the YUM Center to the University of Louisville. RAM provided waterproofing, exterior air/vapor barrier, and acrylic flooring applications on the 700,000 sf, $238 million dollar stadium.. The stadium, home of the Louisville Cardinals, is the fifth largest college basketball arena in the nation.
RAM renovated C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital. The $754 million dollar project included a renovation of the existing facility as well as an 1.2 million square foot addition.
Below Grade Waterproofing Columbus, Ohio
Roof & Paver Restoration Beachwood, Ohio
Harvest States Head and Sack House grain elevator located on the Mississippi River in Saint Paul, Minnesota, was the first farmer—owned grain elevator cooperative in the Midwest and the last of their kind on the Mississippi River.
RAM Construction Services renovated a 4 story steel and concrete parking structure in Butler, Pennsylvania including full depth concrete deck replacement, shotcrete repairs, tuckpointing brick façade, fencing and steel replacement and Neogard Urethane Membrane.
Parking Structure Restoration Ames, Iowa
Building Waterproofing Minneapolis, Minnesota
Parking Structure Restoration Minneapolis, Minnesota
Parking Ramp Maintenance Iowa City, Iowa
Concrete Repair and Restoration Cleveland, Ohio
Parking Structure Restoration Cleveland, Ohio
Concrete Repair and Waterproofing Cleveland, Ohio
Plaza Reconstruction Southfield, Michigan
Concrete Repair Ann Arbor, Michigan
The Edward Henry Kraus Hall located in the center of campus had stones that had become worn and deteriorated over the years and RAM was contracted to replace them.
The Couzens Hall building was built in 1925, and expanded on in 1956. The building, being mostly composed of brick veneer with limestone bands had allowed over time water to infiltrate and cause deterioration. RAM was contracted to salvage and refurbish what could be saved and replace what couldn’t all the while providing a clean and consistent look.
Madonna University located right in RAM’s own backyard of Livonia, MI was founded by the Felician Sisters in 1937. RAM was employed to install new control joints, replace damaged bricks, install new limestone on multiple columns, provide a new overhang dense glass system, as well as remove and replace sealants and pressure clean limestone panels.
The Talmer Bank and Trust (formerly First Michigan Bank) is a growing community oriented institution that RAM was selected to remove and replace delaminated deck coating as well as the damaged Eifs around the building as well as replacing all the failed sealants and needle glazing the windows.
The Chase Tower stands on the site of Detroit’s first skyscraper, the Hammond Building build in 1959. RAM was hired to perform exterior façade survey and subsequent repair procedure.
RAM Construction Services was selected to perform exterior restoration procedures on the First National Building that has stood as one of Detroit’s important landmarks since 1922.
Facade and Window Repair Cleveland, Ohio
Plaza and Facade Repair Detroit, Michigan
RAM made “The Big House”, bigger, dryer and safer. From 2007 through 2010 RAM made the stadium impenetrable to Michigan’s weather by waterproofing and dampproofing the existing and new foundations and reinforced all of the buildings joints.
Building Facade Restoration, Ann Arbor, Michigan
The Vachel Lindsay Bridge, build in 1934 in Springfield Illinois was selected to be restored to its original condition.
RAM Construction Services, willing to perform work nationally was awarded the contract with the NCDOT Division 12 Bridge Maintenance Department for the installation of a 2 layer bridge deck epoxy overlay on 22 bridges within 3 counties in North Carolina.
The Detroit-Windsor tunnel was experiencing deterioration to its concrete ventilation shaft. RAM Construction Services was contracted to perform the restoration utilizing a converted school bus with overhead hammers mounted on a moveable platform to complete the demotion and shotcrete placement.
US 412 is an interstate highway spanning 1,130 miles across the United States and crossing through 6 states. In 2010, the Tennessee Department of Transportation enlisted the assistance of RAM Construction Services to repair the stretch of highway that crossed over Bell Highway in Madison County.
RAM fought severe weather and temperatures with the South Dakota Department of Transportation to reinforce the Platte Winner Bridge, a 5,655 ft stretch of 2 lane highway that crosses over the Missouri River. RAM repaired the concrete, utilized bridge deck grinding and installed an Epoxy Overlay Sealing System.