Mr. Ramos’ experience transcends award-winning architectural design talent into facilities programming,
interior design and space planning. From 1963 to 2001, Mr. Ramos developed facilities and programming
for banks, health centers, Miami Christian College, schools for the School Districts of Palm Beach, Broward and
Dade Counties, The Graham Center at FlU, the $16 million Dade County Public Health Relocation Study as
well as many private clients. In 1998, he sold his firm to a national A/E firm and retired to Tequesta, FL.
Since 2001, he has been doing pro bono work for Christian Organizations. In 2009, he resumed architectural
practice in Jupiter – Tequesta and has been doing consulting work for FIU, IRSC, PBSC and private clients.
He joined the Economic Development Council of Port St. Lucie in 2006 and the NPB Chamber in 2012.
Clemson College, The Institute of Design and Construction, New York, 4 Years
Registered Architect NCARB Florida, Georgia and New York, 1963-Present
Member, American Institute of Architects, 1962-Present
Member, College of Fellows/American Institute of Architects, 1997
Past President, Florida Architects Foundation, 7 years
Vice President, Florida Association, American Institute of Architects, 1986