About

One thing that hasn’t changed since we were founded in 1947 is our unwavering adherence to our core values of quality, service and integrity. This is the main reason we’ve become one of the region’s largest producer of recycled aggregate materials. We recognize that success in all of our activities is related directly to the talents, dedication and performance of our employees throughout the Company.

High Standards

Our history and culture still place weight and credence in someone’s word and a handshake. And today, our standard of conduct still entails being honest and open, while treating our customers, vendors and employees with respect and equality.

Enduring Values

Safety is a fundamental value at RAMCO. Providing a safe work environment for our team members and the public is of paramount importance to our company.

Mission

To serve the construction industry by being supplier of choice for recycled aggregate materials

Commitment

To manage and operate the affairs of the business with skill and integrity.

TO OUR CUSTOMERS – To contribute to their success by providing quality materials and superior service at competitive prices.

TO OUR EMPLOYEES – To treat fairly and recognize their values and accomplishments that provide the fundamental strength, vitality and reputation of our company.

THE NEWMAN FAMILY COMMITMENT – To honor God in the conduct of our business – Proverbs 16:3

Our Team

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Ken Newman

President / CEO

Ernest Lenthall

Chief Financial Officer

Dallas Jones

Vice President of Operations

Mike Anselmo

General Manager, Rialto

Mark Heinzman

General Manager, Sun Valley

Josh Wade

General Manager, Escondido

Industry Associations

Construction And Demolition Recycling Association

Organizations RAMCO Supports

Every Home For Christ
The Kings University Logo

Dennis Newman’s Recycling Analogy

Our company is essentially a large-scale recycling plant for construction sites. Trucks arrive from an external job site loaded with discarded asphalt and concrete, and dump it into a huge pile for processing. Next, a CAT loader scoops it up to load into a processing plant, where it gets crushed into small pieces called “aggregate base material.” This material gets loaded back onto large trucks for delivery to new job sites, where it is used as a base material for new construction. We take something that would have been dumped in a landfill and give it new life.

An incredible bonus is that this new recycled base material is superior to the original base material. The oil in the asphalt and the cement in the concrete are activated by the crushing process, enriching the material and increasing its stability, strength and durability.

A few years ago, while supervising this work, I was struck by a simple but profound analogy between my life and that of the material being processed. Throughout my life, I considered myself a pretty good man who did mostly good things. But at age 40, I came to understand that because of man’s natural tendency towards selfishness, I (like the rest of the world) was destined for failure unless there was divine intervention. Like the asphalt which is torn up and brought to our facility, my life was a road headed for destruction.

Fortunately, God is eager to intervene in our lives, as soon as we ask Him. We, too, can be “recycled” – in spiritual terms, it is called “redemption.” I asked God to forgive me for only thinking of myself, and committed my life to Him. He took the pieces of my life and made it something stronger and better.

Colleague, if you haven’t yet made a decision for Christ, do it today. There is no other way to a new life. If you have questions, or would like to hear about my experience in more detail, I would be happy to speak with you.

“This is how much God loved the world: He gave his Son, his one and only Son. And this is why: so that no one need be destroyed; by believing in him, anyone can have a whole and lasting life” (John 3:16 MSG).