Aundria Paris-Armstrong

Relocation Project Manager
Aundria Paris-Armstrong

Recognition & Awards

  • A.A., Interior Design, Brooks College
  • B.A., Biblical Studies, Grand Canyon University

Aundria Armstrong is a Construction Manager specializing in move/relocation project management for public facilities. She has developed her expertise with over 20 years of experience in the field.

Aundria is currently representing Cordoba Corporation on the Los Angeles Community College District bond construction program (Build-LACCD), which involves new construction and modernization, renovation and improvement projects at nine LACCD campuses. As a Relocation Project Manager at Build-LACCD, Aundria has successfully provided support to the Construction Management team, Architect/Design firms, Purchasing/Procurement teams, and Campus and Facilities teams. She has managed multi-million dollar projects requiring relocation and purchasing of complex facilities such as laboratories, libraries, science and math complexes, student services buildings, and general classrooms buildings across the community college district.

Aundria is skilled in orchestrating large-scale relocation moves. She provides design expertise, project scheduling, account management, and value engineering for furniture fixtures and equipment (FF&E) and information technology (IT) systems through all project phases from design through occupancy.

For the past several years, Aundria has spearheaded a donation drive through her church, Soldiers for Christ Community Church in Long Beach, to support children with incarcerated parents. Aundria’s church invites children who have one or both parents incarcerated to a special program designed just for them. At the end of the program, each child is provided a present donated in their incarcerated parent’s name. Each year, several of Cordoba’s Southern California offices fill donation boxes with toys to support this worthwhile cause.