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CFW Breaks Ground on New Kindergarten Projects at Lamont Elementary School

Lamont, Calif. - After extensive planning, design, and preconstruction work, CFW is proud to announce that Lamont Elementary School District (District) broke ground on the construction of Lamont Elementary School’s New Kindergarten Facilities Project*. The 84-year old Lamont Elementary School located in Kern County will soon have eight new 21st century kindergarten facilities thanks to efforts led by the District, Program Manager CFW Inc. and team members Perkins Eastman Architects, General Contractor Viola Inc., and American Modular Systems.

In a festive and socially distanced ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony, District Board Members and the Superintendent “turned dirt” with shovels at the future site of the new kindergarten complex. The District, in partnership with CFW, was successful in securing approximately $6.2 million in State funds for the project through the State’s competitive Full-Day Kindergarten Facilities Grant Program.

Superintendent Dr. Miguel A. Guerrero said, “We look forward to providing Lamont Elementary School students with these new kindergarten classrooms. Our students will benefit from these 21st century facilities and we look forward to the construction ahead.” Construction is scheduled to be completed in June 2021.

This project leverages CFW’s in-depth and integrated approach to planning, designing, procuring and funding facilities projects to assist the District in reaching this key milestone. “We are pleased to see this project break ground,” said CFW CEO Emilio A. Flores. “We are excited to continue our long-term partnership with Lamont Elementary to bring high-quality educational facilities to Lamont families, so that students will have every opportunity to succeed,” he added.


Lamont School District is located in Kern County, CA and serves 2,951 students enrolled in grades TK through 8. The primary mission of all the schools in the Lamont School District is to develop within each student a positive self-image and to teach all students the necessary skills to enable them to acquire and use knowledge in a positive, productive manner.

ABOUT CFW INC. Founded in 1986 as a multidisciplinary, integrated firm serving the needs of school districts throughout California and Washington, CFW has represented over 250 districts and provides its clients with comprehensive facilities planning, bond election, State aid procurement, and program implementation services in the K-12 and community college education sector. Through its affiliated firm CFW Advisory Services, CFW provides municipal advisory services to local municipal entities including school and community college districts, cities, and regional utilities. *High resolution renderings and photos available upon request

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