Cordoba Recognized by ENR Magazine!

Cordoba has been recognized by Engineering News-Record (ENR) as a Top 50 Program Management Firm, and listed among the Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee Firms in the publication’s annual rankings. ENR is a national publication and the competition included multi-national firms with offices throughout the country. This ranking is significant given Cordoba’s exclusive focus on projects […]

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The Berkeley Center for Cities and Schools Publishes Report on School Infrastructure

The Berkeley Center for Cities and Schools recently published a new report – Adequate & Equitable U.S. PK-12 Infrastructure. This report identifies 55 priority actions to address the systemic problems of delivering adequate and equitable public school facilities. Members of the CA Proposition 39 (Clean Energy & Jobs Act) Citizens Oversight Board (COB), which Cordoba’s […]

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George L. Pla Receives Cal State LA Presidential Medallion

Cordoba Corporation’s President and CEO, George L. Pla, recently received California State University, Los Angeles’ highest honor- the Presidential Medallion. President William A. Covino presented the Presidential Medallion to George during the College of Natural and Social Sciences Commencement ceremony. The medallion is bestowed upon individuals who have displayed outstanding leadership and extraordinary service to […]

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George L. Pla to receive Cal State LA Presidential Medallion

George L. Pla, a successful entrepreneur and philanthropist whose business and civic activities have helped communities across California, will be awarded a California State University, Los Angeles Presidential Medallion during Commencement 2017. A Cal State LA alumnus, Pla is president, CEO and founder of Cordoba Corporation, a nationally recognized civil engineering, program and construction management […]

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Woodbury University Appoints Cordoba Corp Managing Partner, Maria Mehranian to Board of Trustees

Maria Mehranian was appointed to the Board of Trustees at Woodbury University. Maria Mehranian is Managing Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Cordoba Corporation, a California based full‐service engineering, construction management and program management firm specialized in transportation, water, energy, education and facilities. “Woodbury is a very special kind of educational institution, the sort of […]

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Measure M’s Contribution to Transportation in California

In November 2016, along with the contentious election, Los Angeles County passed a promising new sales tax measure, known as Measure M. Measure M, approved by a two-thirds supermajority, adds an extra $0.5 tax on transportation, effective through 2039. Measure M will provide a projected $120 billion in highway, transit, operations, and maintenance funding over […]

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Cordoba Corp Executive VP & COO, Randall D. Martinez, Appointed to Resources Legacy Fund Board of Directors

Randall D. Martinez, Cordoba Corporation Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer recently joined the board of directors of Sacramento, CA-based nonprofit conservation philanthropy Resources Legacy Fund (RLF). Martinez brings to RLF’s Board experience in protecting and developing underserved communities while also providing civic leadership service. He currently serves as an advisory board member for the […]

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What You Need to Know about Recent Educational Bonds in California

By Michael Boomsma, P.E., CCM, LEED AP There are 6.2 million students in the Californian K-12 public school system and 2.1 million students currently gaining invaluable transfer credit and workforce training in community colleges throughout the state. These students will soon benefit from improved educational facilities due to the passing of Proposition 51, a $9B […]

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Stormwater Quality In L.A. – Breaking Through Fear Itself – By Maria Mehranian & Adán Ortega

Bans against ex-parte discussions with regulators. Potential third-party lawsuits. Threatened court challenges against enforcement authority of regulators. The City of Los Angeles. The County of Los Angeles. A $20 billion stormwater infrastructure compliance price-tag. Looming municipal bankruptcies. For insiders representing cities, environmental groups, and regulators, these are just some of the fears in the quest to […]

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