Birmingham Charter High School

Project Synopsis
CPM Partners is providing construction management services to Birmingham
Community Charter High School for the installation (5) Modular Buildings.
The Project features the addition of (2) 24×40 Classrooms, (2) 12×40
Restrooms, and (1) 12×40 Office Buildings in their Lake Balboa, CA Campus.
The Campus is owned by the Los Angeles Unified School District and was
converted to charter school status by Birmingham Community Charter High
School. LAUSD, therefore, allows BCCHS to use the Campus to educate 9th
through 12th grade students.

The work consists in the installation of said modular buildings that have been
previously fabricated. The contract involves connections to the new buildings
of electrical, water, sewer services as well as fire alarm and public address
system. The Project also features demolition and abatement of exising
asphalt and curb and gutter, installation of new transformers and electrical
equipment, new fence, access gates, and new concrete ramps and stairs to
create access to new buildings.

Services Provided
CPM Partners was brought on board to be the authorized owner
representative, OAR, of Birmingham CCHS, managing the project on their
behalf and to ensure LAUSD standards are followed. CPM Partners services
include reviewing and processing request for clarification forms, submittals,
labor compliance, weekly progress meetings, ensuring safety of the work site,
review of baseline schedule and schedule updates for conformance with
project specifications, ensuring necessary records are kept, and evaluating
Contractor’s requests for change orders, payments, and contract extension

Owner: Los Angeles Unified School District
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Cost: $2.5 M
Dates: Oct 2022 – spring 2023