Lundgren has brings its Construction Management and Contracting expertise to a wide variety of projects. Click the images below for a closer look at some of the projects we have successfully completed.

Valley Regional Middle School #3

Los Angeles Unified School District

What was once an undeveloped section of property used by the Department of Water and Power has been transformed into facilities for the freshman class of John H. Francis Polytechnic High School, with Lundgren Management serving as the construction manager for the Los Angeles Unified School District’s project, dubbed Valley Regional Middle School #3. Located just off the Hollywood Freeway , the 9-acre site took shape over the course of 22 months. While the scope of the project changed over its course, construction was completed according to schedule. The final project includes two classroom buildings, a multipurpose building, an administrative center, a library and an indoor/outdoor amphitheater. The classroom buildings each feature 19 classrooms and two labs. Athletic facilities include a soccer field, track and five basketball courts. A pedestrian bridge over Arleta Avenue provides safe access to adjacent LAUSD campuses. The site will serve both the High School and Adult Education programs.

  • Architect: IBI Group
  • Square Footage: 105,000
  • Location: Sun Valley

Dianne G. Van Hook University Center

College of the Canyons

The University Center project included new construction of an 110,000 square-foot, 3-story, steel-framed building, along with associated site utilities, earthwork and landscaping required to construct the building on a previously undeveloped portion of the campus. The new University Center is situated on the southwest corner of the campus overlooking Interstate 5 and has 23 Smart Classrooms, two computer laboratories, six meeting/seminar rooms and a lecture hall/theater. Additionally, wireless and video teleconferencing capabilities exist throughout the entire building.

The primary use of the building is classrooms/instructional space for the campus’ University Center program which offers higher education degrees through partnering four-year universities at night and COC students by day.  The building also houses the Academy of the Canyons college prep high school on the 1st floor west wing, as well as the COC business development offices on the upper two floors of the west wing.

Additionally, Lundgren provided Construction Management Services on COC’s new Canyon Country Campus, Aliso Laboratory and Lecture Hall, Applied Technology Complex, Del Valle Fire Training Facility, Science Center Remodel and Tenant Improvement of University Center Building.

  • Architect: Flewelling & Moody
  • Square Footage: 110,000
  • Location: Valencia, CA

Glendale Community College Science Center

Glendale Community College

Expansion of the College’s Science Center facilities included renovations and construction of two buildings: a new Planetarium & Lecture Hall, and Lecture Hall & Classroom Building. Central Plant facilities were also renovated and enlarged to accommodate the new facilities. Funding for the two new buildings was provided by a federal grant from NASA. Lundgren also managed the remodel of the Chemistry/Math Building, Physics/Biology Building, modifications to the Central Plant South and an addition of a connecting bridge and ADA ramps between the Administration Building and the new Science Center South.

  • Architect: Spencer/Hoskins Associates
  • Location: Glendale, CA

La Sierra La Vista Continuation High School

Fullerton Joint Union High School District

La Sierra / La Vista Continuation High School has marked a higher standard for the Fullerton Joint Union High School District. Six state-of-the-art buildings connected by roofs and balconies bring two high schools together on a four-acre campus. The buildings consist of Administration, Library, Art and Technology Classrooms, Science Classrooms, General Classrooms, Student Services, TAPP Classrooms, Child Care, and Food Services. The surrounding campus was also revived with new paving, concrete flatwork, storm drainage, utility systems, landscaping, site lighting, trash enclosure, basketball courts, two central courtyards, and new street lighting.

  • Architect: Ruhnau, Ruhnau, Clarke
  • Square Footage: 58,734
  • Location: Fullerton, CA

Aliso Laboratory & Lecture Hall

Santa Clarita Community College District

The Laboratory Expansion Project at College of the Canyons is a GO Bond-funded (Measure C) project which includes the construction of a 43,463 SF expansion of the L-Building as outlined in the Facilities Master Plan for the College. The expansion provides additional laboratory space for programs currently existing in the building with the addition of Allied Health as well as offices and other support spaces required for the program. Lundgren provided Multi-Prime Construction Management Services for this project.

  • Architect: Leo A. Daly
  • Square Footage: 32,000
  • Location: Santa Clarita, CA

Sequoia Elementary School

Richland School District

This new Elementary School is set on a 25-acre site and includes an Administration Building, Multipurpose Building, 24 classrooms and athletic fields. Lundgren Management provided master planning as well as management of the construction phase.

  • Architect: Ordiz-Melby Architects, Inc.
  • Square Footage: 38,259
  • Location: Shafter, CA

Valencia High School

William S. Hart Union High School District

The schedule for the District’s fourth high school was expedited to accommodate major technology upgrades and changes that were introduced into the project after construction had commenced. Lundgren Management successfully isolated critical aspects of the Owner/Architect added modifications and mitigated potential project delays. The project completed within the original construction schedule with no claims.

  • Architect: NTD Architects
  • Location: Santa Clarita, CA

Dr. Douglas K. Fletcher Elementary and Paul L. Cato Middle School

Bakersfield City School District

Utilizing shared facilities, Fletcher Elementary is located on 18 acres and accommodates nearly 900 students, while Cato Middle School comprises 23 acres and has a student capacity of more than 1,300.

The schools share facilities such as the kitchen and bus transportation areas. Parent/student drop-off and bus drop-off areas are in separate locations to enhance safety and minimize traffic congestion. Classrooms with SMART Board technology and wiring will accommodate future technology needs. The schools are High Performance Incentive projects, meaning the district received funding back from the state for meeting certain environmentally friendly requirements. For example, the Solatube skylights used throughout the schools utilize daylight harvesting to reduce electrical usage and costs. The two Solatubes at the front of each classroom are equipped with dimmers, allowing teachers to use their teaching walls without glare. The ventilation systems monitor carbon dioxide levels in classrooms and incorporate fresh air as needed.

Lundgren served as the construction manager, using the Multiple-Prime delivery method.

  • Architect: Ordiz-Melby Architects, Inc.
  • Square Footage: 111,000
  • Location: Bakersfield, CA

Humanities Building (Modernization)

Santa Barbara City College

Lundgren served as construction manager for the CMAA award-winning modernization of Santa Barbara City College’s Humanities Building. Utilizing the lease-leaseback delivery method, Lundgren helped convert the 1970s-era structure into a state-of-the-art learning facility. Among the most prominent updates was a three-story elevator tower, providing additional access and bringing the building into ADA compliance.

The exterior of the building now has glazed windows, curtain walls and a new entrance plaza. Interior work included replacement of most existing walls, replacement of various finishes, and updates to the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.

The project was completed on time and on budget, and occupied during the spring 2014 semester.

  • Architect: DLR Group
  • Square Footage: 51,969
  • Location: Santa Barbara, CA

Fox Fullerton Theatre (Seismic Retrofit & Rehabilitation)

Lundgren was construction manager for the seismic retrofitting and restoration of the historic 90-year-old theater in Fullerton, delivered via the CM-at-Risk method.

The seismic retrofitting included demolition of the kitchen, non-historic interior walls, the marquee, security gate and ticket booth; and construction of a new kitchen, a restroom addition, orchestra pit expansion, and replacement of the theater stage substrate.

The building restoration included the building facade, construction of the tea room, outdoor courtyard, stair enclosure, theater restrooms, and formation of a pedestrian pathway through an adjoining building. Other work included rehabilitation and replacement of doors and windows, and installation of new mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.

Burroughs Memorial Field

Burbank Unified School District and City of Burbank

As construction manager, Lundgren oversaw the construction of Burroughs Memorial Field utilizing the lease-leaseback delivery method. The project included the construction of a new athletic field with artificial turf striped for football, plus areas for long jump, triple jump, shot put, and discus events. The field is comprised of an all-weather track, lighting, ADA-compliant bleachers, scoreboard, restroom, storage and concession facilities, and a parking lot with landscaping and a bus drop-off area.

The site also includes a dedicated memorial to honor fallen United States military personnel.

  • Architect: Adolph Ziemba, AIA & Associates
  • Location: Burbank, CA

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