Rebuilding, improving, or repurposing an educational facility or other asset is a complex process that can involve many players. Whether you are recovering from a disaster or updating to better meet the needs of your growing and evolving community, the effort requires technical expertise in planning, funding, and implementation. Very often, school boards, elected officials, and asset owners lack the time and financial resources to get the project started and keep it moving forward.
With a $2.0 billion K-12 portfolio of work in Louisiana, CSRS is a leading provider of educational facilities services in the Gulf Coast Region. Educational administrators continually turn to CSRS because of our ability to get projects done. As experts in program management, we can help with sourcing and maximize funding, facilitate the master planning process, and procurement services that make your project possible.
Equally as important, we provide government advisory expertise to navigate political landscapes, along with community outreach to engage stakeholders along the way—some of the most crucial and sensitive aspects involved in moving your project forward. Because we are experts in handling every facet of the project, we execute efficiently, getting your project off the ground and keeping it on schedule and budget throughout the process while minimizing your risk and liability.
CSRS focuses on planning and implementing capital improvement projects that meet the needs of both end users and project owners. With a constant eye on your project objectives, we introduce ideas to improve facility operations, maximize resources, and build in efficiencies at every opportunity. The result is buildings that meet your project goals while exceeding your constituents’ expectations, enhancing the learning and growth that happens within.
Recovery Program and Grants Management Services
East Baton Rouge City-Parish, Louisiana
Tax Plan for Facilities and Technology, Phases I, II, III, & IV
East Baton Rouge Parish, LA
Hurricane Recovery, Facilities Improvements, and Funding Management Program
New Orleans, LA
Act 360 and Act 391 Statewide Facilities Improvement Program
Chris Pellegrin participates directly as Principal-in-Charge on a significant number of the firm’s project assignments, for both the public and private markets. His focus over the past 26 years has been on the educational market in both K-12 and higher education facilities. Mr. Pellegrin’s architectural experience includes facility condition assessments, master planning, programming, public financing for capital improvements, and community outreach for new construction and additions/renovations to educational, commercial, and governmental buildings. His project experience includes transportation facilities, recreational and entertainment design, postal facilities, and educational program management.Contact