The Hertz Hall Complex is now complete and celebrated it's ribbon cutting in October!
The Hertz Hall Complex is a set of three university-owned buildings on a site administered through a 50-year ground lease between the Department of Energy (DOE)/National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and The Regents of the University of California. The building complex is located within the Livermore Valley Open Campus (LVOC), along the eastern edge of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
APSI had an amazing time attending the 2022 Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) National Conference in San Diego, CA! Congratulations again to Ashish Rajmane for winning the CMAA Southern California Chapter Foundation Distinguished Young Professional Award. We are looking forward to seeing everyone again next year!
The GSA Region 9, Edward R. Roybal Federal Office Building and US Courthouse, USBC Audio Video Courtroom Infrastructure Project is now complete!
Thank you to all who came out and participated in the Walk to Feed OC 2022! Second Harvest Food Bank was thrilled to have over 1,100 participants attend and team APSI raised $600. Every dollar raised helps go the distance to raise awareness about nutrition and food insecurity in the OC!
If you would still like to make a donation, please visit https://fundraise.givesmart.com/vf/FeedOC for more information.
Last month APSI hosted a Back-to-School Drive to collect backpacks for Orangewood Foundation. With your help, we were able to donate 36 backpacks to students in need! We are thrilled to work with such an impactful organization and look forward to more events in the future. Thank you for your support!
For more information on Orangewood, please visit: https://orangewoodfoundation.org/
APSI's Ashish Rajmane, CMIT, was recently awarded the 2022 CMAA Distinguished Young Professional Award! As the youngest candidate to ever receive such an honor from the national association, Ashish is an inspiration to young construction management professionals in Southern California. We are so proud of this incredible accomplishment and to have him on our team. Congratulations Ashish!
The Orangewood Foundation helps 2,000+ foster and community youth annually prepare for independent adulthood. Their staff work one-on-one with youth to help them identify their own strengths, attributes, and aptitudes to empower them to overcome their challenges and reach their greatest potential. APSI is hosting a Back-to-School Drive to collect backpacks for these youth. If you would like to participate, you can donate directly through their Amazon Wishlist from now through July 22nd: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/GO94W8SERZ8P?ref_=wl_share.
For more information on Orangewood, please visit: https://orangewoodfoundation.org/.
We are beyond thrilled to share that APSI has won the 2022 CMAA SoCal Chapter Higher Education Project Achievement Award for the Saddleback College Athletics Stadium in Mission Viejo, CA! We had a fantastic time at the 29th Annual Awards Gala last week, and are so proud of our team's hard work. Congratulations!
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.