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LACCD Program Management, Construction Management, and Staff Augmentation

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Project Name

LACCD Program Management, Construction Management, and Staff Augmentation


Los Angeles Community College District




The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) comprises nine colleges, ranging in size from 22 to 450+ acres, spanning 882 square miles. It includes Los Angeles City College (LACC), East Los Angeles College (ELAC), Los Angeles Harbor College (LAHC), Los Angeles Mission College (LAMC), Los Angeles Pierce College (LAPC), Los Angeles Southwest College (LASC), Los Angeles Trade- Technical College (LATTC), Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC), and West Los Angeles College (WLAC). LACCD’s Building Program, which began in 2001 and is funded through more than $9.5 billion in voter-approved bonds, seeks to modernize and renovate the nine colleges of the District. The goal is to deliver a positive educational environment for the community with state-of-the-art facilities.

Cordoba’s Role

Cordoba has been providing program management, construction management, and staff augmentation services since 2001, initially as a subcontractor and now as a prime consultant. In 2015, Cordoba was awarded a contract to provide on-call staff augmentation services under the Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC). Cordoba was selected again in March 2019, demonstrating client satisfaction with our work. Most recently, Cordoba was awarded a contract in July 2023 to provide continued staff augmentation services for the Bench Task Order Contract (BTOC).

In 2022, LACCD implemented College Project Leadership Teams (CPLT) to provide program and construction management services at its nine colleges. Cordoba was awarded the CPLT contract to manage East Los Angeles College (ELAC) and ELAC’s South Gate Education Center. Over $500 million in capital improvement projects are planned as part of the Measure J and CC bond implementations, and $250 million for planned future projects as part of the Measure LA bond implementation. ELAC is the largest LACCD College with enrollments typically over 30,000 students a year.


Major ELAC and SGEC projects include a $175 million former rubber tire manufacturing site conversion to an interdisciplinary educational center; a $30 million central utility plant expansion; an $80 million, 51,300 GSF multidisciplinary health sciences and administration of justice building; a $40 million replacement facilities maintenance and operations building; and the Kinesiology Wellness and Athletic Center, a 100,000 GSF facility with associated athletic fields and a budget of $150 million.


Program management

Construction management

Staff augmentation