Inglewood Unified School District, District-Wide Construction Management Team
Cordoba Corporation is the Districtwide Construction Manager for the District’s Measure “GG” Bond, a $150M capital program. Our team was initially selected to provide construction management services on specific projects, which includes sound attenuation projects valued at over $27 million at Monroe K-8 and Payne Elementary School in order to minimize the impact from the nearby Los Angeles World Airport (LAX), and modernization work at Worthington Elementary School.
However, our role with the District has continued to expand, and we are now engaged as the Districtwide Construction Manager. As the Districtwide Construction Manager, Cordoba Corporation serves as an extension of the District’s Maintenance and Operations administrative staff by overseeing the initial development, planning, design, and execution of Deferred Maintenance and Emergency Repair Program (ERP) projects. We also provide personnel for facilities and operations support, program controls, contracts management, document control, and construction managers tasked with developing and managing the program implementation plan, which includes program and project budgets, cost control and cash flow analysis, and master scheduling to meet the District’s goals; document control; contract procurement and administration of design, inspection, and materials testing contracts for the program; and establishing a project control system that monitors both project budgets and schedules, allowing management to take timely action and report to the various stakeholders and state and federal agencies.
Projects include upgrading accessibility for persons with disabilities; installing and repairing fire alarm systems and emergency exit lighting; upgrading and repairing student drop-off areas, parking, play areas and fields; renovating and upgrading classrooms, labs, multi-purpose rooms, food service facilities, libraries and support facilities; upgrading and repairing restrooms; constructing new classrooms and school facilities; replacing windows; increasing electrical service capacity; installing and replacing HVAC and lighting equipment; upgrading instructional technology; and upgrading and renovating sport facilities and athletic grounds.