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Covina Valley Unified School District has given Byrom-Davey, Inc. the opportunity to develop and build several projects within their program from 2014 to the present. They were looking for a General Contractor who specialized in the construction of sports facilities, as well as, buildings with industry expertise, proven workmanship, self-performing labor and built-in construction management to deliver the projects.

Covina Valley District Stadium consists of a synthetic track & field, field lighting, site bleachers, field events, site improvements for landscape, hardscape, site utilities, site drainage, parking and a 19,000 S.F. team building with offices.

This project boast state-of-the-art amenities for a fully functioning sports stadium with press-box, public announcement system, scoreboard and display boards for multiple sport type scores, video and advertisement of activities for the schools within the District. The new building extend its use for team rooms, restrooms, concessions, trainer rooms, weight lifting, plyometric, meeting offices and onsite-classrooms.

Byrom-Davey, Inc. Team members assigned to the project are Raul Gilbert Jr. – VP of Operations, Roger McCoy – Sr. Superintendent, Mark Deferville – Project Manager and Chantal Quezada – Project Engineer. This dynamic team provided pre-construction, design assist, bidding and construction management necessary for interaction and liaison with the District, school staff-faculty, Architect, Engineers, sub-contractors, vendors, suppliers, jurisdictional-municipal agencies, Division of the State Architect, and the Covina, CA community.

Special recognition to the ingenious team of Jeff Bloedorn & Robin Harbert of the Covina Valley Unified School District for their continued support and trust in our abilities and delivery. Additional recognition to Rand Nicholl, AIA of Westberg White Architects for his exhaustive efforts to coordinate and communicate design intent and implementation.

Byrom-Davey, Inc. Team members Spencer Harrison filmed the video and Wendy Nord edited the video.

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