Amramp modular ramps for wheelchairs is a booming business opportunity. Here is the story of how Amramp was founded. Amramp founder Julian Gordon was living the good life in Boston in the 1980s as he found himself right in the middle of a speculative bull market in the construction industry.Read More
On a Roll with Julian Gordon’s Modularized Ramp Systems
Space shuttles architectural products and kick-boxing machines may seem to have little in common. But for Julian Gordon and his team, they each represent a signature step in a quest to fulfill a need in the built environment.Read More
Business leaders and politicians jammed into a tent in the Seaport on Monday to celebrate the coming of a 1000-plus-room Omni hotel.Read More
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After 20 years of running a metal fabrication shop in Boston, Julian Gordon was becoming disheartened with the boom-or-bust cycle of the construction business.Read More
It took Julian Gordon Four years to fine-tune his strategy to grow Amramp, a company he founded after creating and parenting a portable metal wheelchair ramp in 1988.Read More
Amramp provides access for everyone to enjoy the 2013 Taste of Atlanta Festival October 25, 26 & 27, Midtown Atlanta at Tech Square.
Joanne Bradley, owner of Amramp Atlanta, installed three wheelchair ramps, including one over the wall to access the food court for this weekend’s food festival. Taste of Atlanta turned to Amramp, a local provider of wheelchair ramps, again to provide access for foodies this weekend. This is the fourth year that Amramp has worked with Taste of Atlanta.
Taste of Atlanta is a food lover’s dream festival that attracts thousands of people every year to enjoy the culinary creations from some of the best restaurants in Atlanta. More than 90 of the best restaurants in Atlanta will be sampling their dishes this year.Read More
Rather than closing all of its upper level shops for more than a month while its elevators were undergoing upgrades, Boston’s landmark Faneuil Hall Came up with a better solution for making all shopping levels of its Commerce Center Mall accessible to visitors of every mobility level.Read More
Amramp helps keep people in wheelchairs - as well as others who struggle with stairs rolling by renting and selling steel modular ramp systems.Read More
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You’ve probably seen wheelchair ramps, both permanent and temporary, set up to hold people navigate around stairs.Read More