Cordoba Celebrates #WomenInConstructionWeek

In honor of Women in Construction Week 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 all of our talented […]

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Cordoba Corporation Celebrates #EngineersWeek!

Cordoba Corporation is pleased to celebrate #EngineersWeek 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 and Making a […]

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Yes, It Does Rain in Southern California – By Maria Mehranian

  Driving to the office during our recent rainstorms, I thought about the irony of the title of the song by Albert Hammond “It Never Rains in Southern California”– a very popular song from the 1970s. Driving through puddles, flooded intersections and freeway lanes, clearly, we can see that it does indeed rain here in […]

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Engineering News-Record Highlights How Oracle’s Primavera Solutions Help Cordoba Deliver Successful Construction Projects

A video produced by Oracle featuring Cordoba Corporation’s Bond Management Team at Long Beach City College (LBCC) has been featured by Engineering News-Record (ENR) on its website. ENR is a national weekly magazine that provides news, analysis, data and opinion for the construction industry worldwide.  The magazine’s subscribers include contractors, project owners, engineers, architects, public works officials […]

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Cordoba Corporation’s Ethan Casaday Featured in Esri Article Regarding Implementation of New Environmental Compliance Tool

Cordoba’s Ethan Casaday, Environmental Compliance Manager on the California High-Speed Rail Project, is featured in the enclosed Esri article discussing how he and his team members at the California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) have developed and implemented CHSRA’s Environmental Mitigation & Management Application (EMMA) 2.0, which uses GIS technology to enhance environmental compliance tracking and […]

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Water and the California Dream

The following Commentary by Cordoba Corporation Managing Partner and Chief Financial Officer Maria Mehranian was published by the Pacific Council on International Policy on its website on January 26, 2018: “As California goes, so goes the nation.” This popular quote, attributed to Xavier Becerra, is applicable to so many unique aspects of the Golden State. Earthquake […]

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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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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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