Watch Cordoba’s EVP/COO Randall D. Martinez Provide Closing Remarks at Event Commemorating the Smithsonian’s Multi-Year $1.88 Billion Capital Campaign

On April 8, 2018, Cordoba’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Randall D. Martinez, Board Member of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, provided closing remarks at the Smithsonian’s “Presidential Stories” program at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in the nation’s capital commemorating the successful closing of the Smithsonian Campaign’s multi-year […]

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Design-Build Institute of America Honors Long Beach City College’s Mathematics & Culinary Arts Building

The team supporting the design and construction of the new Mathematics & Culinary Arts Building (Building V) at Long Beach City College’s (LBCC) Liberal Arts Campus was honored with an Award of Distinction by the Design-Build Institute of America – Western Pacific Region (DBIA-WPR) at its 2018 Regional Conference and Awards Program on May 17, […]

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Cordoba Corporation Salutes Inglewood Unified School District For Breaking Ground on LAWA Sound Insulation and New Classrooms Project

Cordoba Corporation congratulates the Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) on the successful groundbreaking ceremony held on May 17, 2018, for the Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) Sound Insulation and New Modular Classrooms Project at Beulah Payne Elementary School!  Officials from IUSD were joined by officials from the State of California, City of Inglewood and LAWA for the ceremony, along […]

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Cordoba Corporation’s Long Beach City College Bond Management Team Earns CMAA Project Achievement Award

Cordoba Corporation’s Bond Management Team at Long Beach City College (LBCC) was honored with a Project Achievement Award at the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Southern California Chapter’s 26th Annual Scholarship and Project Awards Gala on April 26, 2018.  Project Achievement Awards “recognize outstanding achievement in the practice of construction management.”   Cordoba’s LBCC Bond Management […]

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Proposition 39 California Citizens Oversight Board Publishes 3rd Annual Clean Energy Jobs Act Report to the Legislature

Cordoba Corporation’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) Randall D. Martinez, who serves on the Proposition 39 (California Clean Energy Jobs Act or CCEJA) California’s Citizens Oversight Board (COB), is pleased to announce that the COB delivered its 2018 Annual Report to the Legislature on March 29, 2018. The COB’s recommendations in its […]

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Cordoba’s Executive VP and COO Randall D. Martinez to Provide Closing Remarks During Smithsonian Campaign’s Weekend Celebration

Randall D. Martinez, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Cordoba Corporation and Board Member of the National Museum of American History, has been invited to provide the closing remarks at the “Presidential Stories” program taking place at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in the nation’s capital on Sunday, April 8, 2018, commemorating […]

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Cordoba Celebrates Women In Construction Week 2018!

In honor of Women in Construction Week (March 4 – 10) and International Women’s Day, Cordoba Corporation is celebrating the experience, skills and insights from some of our talented women involved in the construction field.  These team members are serving in a wide variety of positions and represent different backgrounds, experiences and viewpoints. They join […]

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Cordoba Corporation Celebrates #EngineersWeek2018 !

Cordoba Corporation is pleased to celebrate #EngineersWeek2018 by highlighting the experience, skills and insights from some of our talented engineers.  These team members are serving in a wide variety of positions on projects across the state and represent different viewpoints, disciplines and experiences.  They join our entire Engineering Team in celebrating #EngineersWeek 2018 and Making […]

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Cordoba Corporation Senior Vice President Henry Martinez Featured in Orange County Register Article Focused on Latino STEM Students

Latino STEM students get advice from Cal State Fullerton engineering alum From the Orange County Register, January 24, 2018 – By Reporter Wendy Fawthrop  When Henry Martinez talks to Latino college students about STEM careers, he knows what heights they are capable of reaching. He also knows what might hold them back from that climb. […]

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