The Saint Paul RiverCentre parking ramp was built in 1970 and is the main parking ramp to the Minnesota Wild Professional Hockey Team and the City of Saint Paul downtown. The ramp started making headlines in June 2018, when a large chunk of concrete fell from the ceiling landing on a parked car. This caused the city to close the seven (7) story 1,600 stall parking structure and start planning repairs that would eventually be performed by RAM. The city had plans to replace the structure in the next two (2) years; therefore, this made for some difficult decisions and what repairs to perform and how to keep costs down on a structure that will be demolished in 2 years. The decision was made to only repair the very worst of the needed concrete repairs and install netting overhead to catch any falling concrete in the future. Led by Foreman – Rigoberto Moreno, in just two (2) short months, RAM repaired over 9,000 square feet of concrete and installed over 650,000 square feet of safety netting. In an effort to meet a tight project schedule and re-open the ramp, RAM staffed as many as twenty-six (26) field workers onsite each day for a two (2) week duration. RAM has met and/or exceeded the project schedule, allowing the ramp to partially re-open as phases are complete.