On April 21st Ashish Rajmane, CMIT, led a Student Outreach CMIT presentation at California State University, Fullerton alongside two other CMAA members. Here’s what professor, Dr. Avetisyan had to say: “The session was really good and informative and in fact [several] students got registered for the CMIT exam immediately after your session.” Congratulations on a job well done, Ashish!
APSI’s Ashish Rajmane, CMIT, currently serves as a board member for the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Southern California Chapter Foundation. He leads the Scholarship Committee, and has been involved with CMAA since college, starting his journey with CMAA as a School Chapter Treasure at California State University Fullerton. As a former CMAA Intern and Scholarship recipient, he understands the importance of inspiring students and promoting, supporting, and enriching the practice of construction management through internships, scholarships, opportunities, and professional development. We look forward to seeing the positive impact his work has on future generations.
As part of a joint venture with Sixth Dimension, APSI was recently chosen to provide project management, scheduling, constructability reviews, and estimating services for the California Conservation Corps, Ukiah New Residential Center in Willits, CA. This new, $50 million, design-bid-build, 56,000 sf residential center will include twelve buildings consisting of an administration building, seven dormitories, an education building, a recreation building, a multi-purpose with kitchen and dining room, warehouse with work area and a hazardous materials storage room. We are excited for this opportunity and look forward to supporting the California Conservation Corps!
We are excited to announce the promotion of Shawn McPhie to Talent Acquisition Manager. Shawn has been successfully recruiting professionals in the A/E/C industry for 10 years, and we look forward to his leadership in fulfilling APSI’s talent acquisition needs. Congrats Shawn!
APSI was a proud sponsor of the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation's Reaching for the Cure event on March 27th. Team APSI raised $3,270 in support of the pediatric cancer research and the overall event raised over $302K! There were smiles for miles as over 2,200 participants walked to support this great cause. We hope that you’ll join us next year! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W49bOET4304
Join APSI’s Team Hope at the IN PERSON or VIRTUAL Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation’s Reaching for the Cure event! On March 27, 2022, runners, walkers, and volunteers will dedicate their miles to the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation and the 300,000 children who will be diagnosed worldwide in 2022. We would love for you to join our team! Use code RUN4KIDS for 15% off all Adult Registration. Register or donate to this great cause by visiting: https://cure.pcrf-kids.org/APSIteam
As part of our 2021 giving campaign, APSI matched donations from employees to organizations in the regions we work in. Each area manager selected one local charity and with your help a total of $1,810 was donated to five organizations across the nation including Alameda County Community Food Bank, Star of Hope, Central California Food Bank, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and Orangewood Foundation. Thank you to everyone who donated!
As another year comes to an end, we reflect back on lessons learned and our greatest accomplishments, while also looking forward to our goals and priorities for the upcoming year. We are grateful for our team, our clients and our partners and we want to thank those who have gotten us to where we are. Best wishes and cheers to the new year!
APSI was selected by the GSA to provide construction management services in support of several projects in the San Diego area. These design-build projects include installation of lighting systems, mechanical upgrades, and installation of roof-mounted solar PV systems at the Carter Keep Courthouse, Otay Mesa LPOE, and Tecate LPOE. We are excited to get started on these projects and continue our relationship with GSA Region 9.