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CONSTRUCTION
MANAGEMENT PLUS

Covello’s construction management
specialists do more than manage public
infrastructure projects. We provide
the skills, experience and enthusiasm
to lead collaborative teams that deliver
smarter, resource-efficient solutions
for communities across California.

Our Purpose

Covello’s purpose is to deliver positive solutions to improve California’s public infrastructure, with a focus on water and wiser use of our natural resources and clients’ dollars. Our team of solutions oriented sustainability-minded, and collaborative construction specialists work objectively with stakeholders across the Golden State to deliver successful projects that make a lasting positive impact.

Who We Are

Covello is a professional services firm that specializes in the construction management (CM) of public water resources and building facilities. Full service construction management has been our primary service since inception in 1994.

Our group is comprised of professionals with varied backgrounds as construction managers, public agency owners, designers and contractors. The majority of our CM professionals are registered civil engineers, certified construction managers and inspectors with various industry credentials.

What We Do

Covello is improving the future of California’s water resources and other infrastructure. We lead and motivate teams to excel and serve the best interests of each project. We build relationships that last, based on a spirit of mutual trust and respect.

INDUSTRY NEWS

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation on Jan. 20 provided an update on water supply conditions for the federal Central Valley Project, announcing that the CVP’s reservoir carryover storage from Water Year 2016 to Water Year 2017 was 4.9 million acre-feet, which was 41% of capacity and 82% of the 15-year average for that date.

The water supply conditions indicate capacity in six key CVP reservoirs: Shasta, New Melones, Trinity, Folsom, Millerton, and the federal portion of San Luis.

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Posted: January 23, 2017

The California Air Resources Board on Jan. 20 released a proposed plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% below 1990 levels by 2030. The plan builds on the state’s current efforts to reduce emissions, including continuing the Cap-and-Trade Program.

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Posted: January 23, 2017