AMG & Associates, Inc. was the low bidder and was awarded the contract for the New Building MM Construction Project at Long Beach City College, Pacific Coast Campus. Gensler Architects designed a beautiful building for the Long Beach Community College District and AMG is excited to start construction. The project consists of the demolition of the northeast and south wings of the existing 1-story building MM, and the new construction of a 19,502 SF, 1-story building with workshops and classrooms for architecture, horticulture, and anthropology programs, and administrative offices. Also includes site development. This $17.4 million project should be completed by August 2024.
AMG was the low bidder and was awarded the contract for the new CTE Building at College of the Sequoias, Tulare Campus. AMG is expanding our footprint in Central California with the new project for the Sequoias Community College District. Teter has designed a new age facility that the students will enjoy for years to come. The project consists of a new community college career technical education classroom and lab center including 3 new steel framed classroom buildings totaling 53,274 SF, a fire pump house, and a large training yard with 3 PC shelters. This $36.1 million project should be completed by September 2024 and will be a great addition to the growing community.
AMG was also awarded the contract for the new Paramount Ranch and Rocky Oaks Administrative Area for the National Park Service. This will be our first contract with this division of the federal government and we are grateful to be working on a project in our home town Los Angeles County. This project designed by Architectural Resources Group will rebuild facilities that were destroyed or lost in the Woolsey Fire of 2018. Paramount Ranch construction will include four (4) buildings plus utilities and associated site Work similar to those burned. Facilities will have the same program of visitor use, special events, and film interpretation. Rocky Oaks construction will include four (4) housing units and an administration building, plus utilities and associated site Work totaling 14,208 GSF of new buildings. This $22.1 million project for the NPS should be completed in June 2024.