Projects :: Department of Transportation

RAM was selected to perform the shotcrete and waterproofing system on the restoration of SR 2047 - Center St. over the Flaugherty Creek in Meyersdale, PA.
RAM Construction was the prime contractor for the Indiana Department of Transportation project, which required the repair and protection of 11 structures on I-74 between Covington and Veedersburg.
On July 15th, 2018, RAM Construction Services began a Gravity Fed Resin project in Sandusky, Ohio. Gravity Fed Resin is a sealer designed to penetrate the cracks on a given structure to prevent water infiltration.
RAM Construction was the successful low bidding on the Florida Department of Transportation project to restore the bridge deck on the Maitland Blvd bridge over Orlando Ave in Maitland Florida.
Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation identified dangerous conditions at the SR 281 crossing of the CSX Railroad in Somerset County, PA. The railroad crossing is on a skew and immediately before a traffic light.
RAM construction was subcontract by Blythe Construction to perform bridge deck patching, epoxy overlay and various joint repairs on 7 structures that were included on a paving project for The North Carolina Department of Transportation. The project was located on I-77 and I-485 on the south side of Charlotte.
In April of 2017, RAM Construction Services began a concrete sealer project in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. The scope included Gravity Fed Resin (GFR) to be applied to the deck surfaces of two major entrance ramps along I-71.
In early 2015, MnDOT began a design-build project to completely relocate Highway 53. This 3.1 mile project also included building a brand-new steel-girder bridge over Rouchleau Pit,
RAM Construction Services of Michigan was the successful low bidder on the Indiana Department of Transportation Project B-35724-A, which included structure rehabilitation on 13 Bridges on or over the US-20 Bypass on the south side of Elkhart Indiana.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Recently completed roundabout at CTH-Y and I-43 but shortly after the opening of the new interchange and number of accidents occurred and it was determined that the installation of a High Friction Surface Treatment.
District 9 of Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation received federal funding for a Highway Safety Improvement Project as part of the Every Day Counts funding initiative.
I-80 is a main thoroughfare that carries travelers east and west through Pennsylvania
US Highway 14A serves as a travel corridor between Lead, Deadwood and Sturgis in South Dakota.
Interstate 465, also known as the USS Indianapolis Memorial Highway, is the beltway circling Indianapolis, Indiana and has a total length of 53 Miles.
RAM Construction Services was the low bidder on the North Carolina Department of Transportation project for the rehabilitation of US 17 bridges crossing the Trent River and the Neuse River. The Neuse River Bridge was opened to traffic in 1999 and only required the removal and replacement of 1 modular joint as a section of the original system had failed and was not repairable.
The Melbourne Causeway carries traffic from mainland Florida over the Indiana River Lagoon to the East Coast Peninsula.
RAM Construction Services began working on an extensive project located in St. Paul, Minnesota.This project is particularly challenging because of the unique schedule restrictions assigned to each structure. High volumes of traffic, unfavorable temperatures, and rain delays all impact when our crew is able to work.
Morris Street Bridge over the White River is located south of downtown Indianapolis and was originally constructed in 1928, spanning 652.7 feet. After review of the bridge's structural condition
US 231 Bridge over the Wabash River is located south of Lafayette, Indiana and was selected by the Department of Transportation to have an epoxy concrete overlay placed on the bridge deck
The Fourth of July weekend proved to be an exciting time. RAM Construction Services was contracted to install over 93,000 square feet of an anti-skid epoxy overlay waterproofing system on three
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