Mr. Ramos' experience transcends award-winning architectural design talent into facilities programming, interior design, and space planning. He started to practice architecture after returning from active military service. From 1963 to 2001 Mr. Ramos did 56 educational facilities, including the Chemistry Building II, at FSU and the College of Engineering at FIU, 26 medical facilities, including 3 hospitals and an AIA national Award winning Clinic. He developed facilities programming for university, prek-12 schools, banks, health centers, designed projects for the School Districts of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties, and presently Martin County School District. In 1998 he sold his firm to a national firm. In 2001, he moved to Tequesta, Florida and did pro-bono architectural design for nonprofits and Christian organizations as well as development and design of a 20,000 sq. ft. 3 story office building in St. Lucie West. In 2009 he formed Architects Design Collaborative, LLC with Raul Ocampo, AIA, which is slowly growing in the Treasure Coast and would like to expand into Palm Beach County. The only project Mr. Ramos has done in Palm Beach is a small 2 story apartment building for The Lord's Place for homeless women.