CCSI begins construction on new school in Los Angeles

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Consolidated Contracting Services (CCSI) has partnered with Pacific Charter School Development to build a new 125,000-sq.-ft. Bright Star Schools campus in Los Angeles.

The school, designed by Berliner Architects, will include 21 classrooms, a gym, and a three-story, 40,000-sq.-ft. building that will consist of administrative and support spaces. The new campus will be the home of Stella Middle Charter Academy.

CCSI completed the demolition of the previous site in August and is moving forward with the grading process.

Construction of the building will begin this month. The campus is set to be open in fall 2019.

Bright Star Schools is a non-profit charter management organization that operates a network of eight high-performing, tuition-free public charter schools in the Los Angeles communities of West Adams/Baldwin Village, Koreatown, and the San Fernando Valley.

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