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California State University Long Beach Parkside Housing North Student Residence 

Project Value: $100 Million

Project Dates: May 2019 - August 2021

PMCS Group managed the construction of the new four-story Parkside Housing Student Residence building at CSULB. This project was designed to reach the most progressive and regenerative sustainability goals within the CSU system and is the first CSU building to achieve Net-Zero Energy, Living Building Challenge Petal Certified, and LEED Platinum certifications. The project features housing for up to 478 students, and includes several sustainable features such as solar panels, drought-resistant plants, and chemical free construction materials.

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LAUSD Berendo Middle School Gymnasium Project

Project Value: $30 Million

Project Dates: October 2018 - April 2020

PMCS provided Construction Management services for the construction of the new gymnasium at LAUSD’s Berendo Middle School. The two-story gymnasium includes a large plaza to the south that serves as a pre-function space and is available for community use. Service spaces and lockers are located on the gym’s lower level with direct field access, and the upper level accommodates a large gymnasium and fitness classroom, as well as concessions and service support areas. The project also converted existing clerical space in the administration building into a much-needed community wellness clinic and installment of a new main electrical service. 

City of Los Angeles / LAWA Argo Drain Sub-Basin Facility 

Project Value: $37 Million

Project Dates: July 2018 - October 2020

PMCS Group President, Walid Azar, managed the construction of underground diversion facilities to capture storm water from LAWA Airside Operations Area and LA County storm drains, conveying and pumping the water through two tunnels using the jack and bore method.  Water is collected from the Argo flood channel located inside LAX and from various LA County storm conveyance facilities. The stormwater is captured and conveyed in tunnels to a deep underground pump station that lifts the water up to an 8-million-gallon underground tank with an open bottom to allow for infiltration and recharge of groundwater aquifer. Mr. Azar oversaw the project and provided change management oversight, schedule oversight, review of payment requests, review of RFIs / Submittals, and assistance on resolving technical issues.