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Charles Ramm Joins DesignCell as Project Manager

July 03, 2024
Charles Ramm Joins DesignCell as Project Manager

The DesignCell team is excited to announce that Charles Ramm (AIA, NCARB)  has joined the company as the newest Project Manager. Charles came on board in March and his positive leadership style and expertise have immediately made an impact. 

“DesignCell prides itself on finding the best people to help supply high quality outcomes for our clients,” Scott Brown, Principal Architect, said. “Charles is undoubtedly one of those individuals and we are excited to have him on board.”

For over three decades, Charles has drawn on his experience as a licensed architect to help clients in the restaurant, hospitality design, and commercial facility industries. Throughout his illustrious career, Charles has worked at the forefront of project development, managed detailed site evaluations, oversaw and executed the complex details of building design, and handled construction documentation. 

Charles’ portfolio speaks for itself. As the lead manager for countless projects, Charles has remained consistent in how he handles his workload. He is known for taking a hands-on approach in each step of the project and knows how to bring the best out of his team to deliver a superior product to clients. 

As a certified member of the NCARB, Charles has earned his licensing privileges in Nevada, California, and Arizona. DesignCell is excited to have Charles’ wealth of knowledge and experience and are confident in his ability to deliver exceptional results. 

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