Lundgren Management: Project Team Overcame Regional Challenges Santa Clarita, CA – Working through a series of challenging circumstances including fires, weather and mudslides that struck the region, Lundgren Management successfully completed the Santa Barbara City College West Campus Center Project in time for classes to begin on Jan. 22. “The entire project team did an … Continue reading “New Santa Barbara City College Building Completed”
Thanks to all who have visited our booth at this week’s 39th Annual Conference on School Facilities at the Sacramento Convention Center. The conference, hosted by California’s Coalition for Adequate School Housing, wraps up Wednesday.
Santa Clarita, CA – The Southern California Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) is honoring Lundgren Management with an award for its excellent work on the New Palmdale Center for the Antelope Valley Community College District. “We’re extremely proud of this project, and what we’ve been able to accomplish in collaborating with … Continue reading “CMAA Honors Lundgren for Excellence on AV College Project”
Lundgren Management has hit the ground running for 2017, having recently been named construction manager for three exciting school projects, plus receiving news we’ve received another Project Achievement award for our work.
The Lundgren team was pleased to be part of the College of the Canyons Foundation’s 26th annual Swing for Scholarships golf tournament on Aug. 16 at the Valencia Country Club.
Our U.S. Olympic athletes weren’t the only ones bring home the gold this year. Lundgren is proud to announce we have been named Gold Member of the Year for the Southern California chapter of the Construction Management Association of America. The award was presented during the CMAA’s annual Industry Recognition Banquet, Sept. 22 at the … Continue reading “Lundgren Brings Home the Gold (Award)”
Lundgren Management has continued its involvement with the new Castaic high school project as it enters the construction phase.
Newhall School District leaders, along with students, parents, Lundgren officials, and politicians cut the ribbon on more than $6 million in improvements at Old Orchard Elementary School on Oct. 10.
Incorporating new technology helps Lundgren continue to be an industry leader, and it also gives our clients a fuller understanding of the work we do and more peace of mind that their projects are in the hands of experts.