Camarillo-based Civic Construction Associates is proud to announce its recent contract award for the construction improvement located at South Park in Compton California. Awarded by the City of Compton, the project is scheduled to begin in April 2019 with a 90-day completion period. The bidding process was not particularly easy with Civic Construction Associates engaging two additional estimated and project engineers during to arrive at a fair and competitive bid.
CCA winning the bid did not come as a surprise to many considering the amazing projects the company has successfully handled over the years. CCA has been known for its cost-effectiveness, which was again demonstrated in the bid for the South Park project with the company saving the City of Compton more than $150,000 in comparison to the other bidders.
The company is proud to be a part of the project to bring Compton back to her glory days, engaging in this relationship and deliver a successful project that meets the expectations of all stakeholders. Moses Miller, a representative of CCA, said: “our firm feels very excited to contribute in the upward mobility and empowerment of this community through the redevelopment efforts with the City of Compton officials, citizens, and outside parties.”
South Park will be completed within 90 days, with features of the projects including new restrooms, exercise equipment, landscaping, walkways, and improved drainage and Lighting upgrades.
In other recent news Dr. Dre, popular music producer and serial entrepreneur, donated $10 million to Compton High School and the Los Angeles Dodger’s organization sponsored a little league foundation.
More information about Civic Construction Associates and the construction solutions offered by the firm can be found on their website.
About Civic Construction Associates
Civic Construction Associates and its staff have been completing projects since 1988 with a combined experience of over 110 years. Headquartered in Camarillo, the company provides quality construction throughout Southern California ranging from residential improvements to the completion of the Oxnard Skate Park to the Long Beach Airport monument project.