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At CBSI we pride ourselves in going the extra mile for your projects. Read about who we are and what we do.

At CBSI we pride ourselves in going the extra mile for your projects. Read about who we are and what we do.


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  • 1. Cuyamaca College Student CenterFacilities Coordination, FF&E Coordination and Relocation Management
  • 2. Lou has over thirty years David has over nine- experience in office, teen years experience manufacturing, hotel and in corporate and restaurant programming, institutional facilities, design development, relocation manage- construction project ment, construction management and management, design relocation management. development, and material standardiza- Lou Suter David Suter, CFM, President LEED GA tion. Vice President  Founded by Lou Suter in 1986.  Based in San Diego, CA.  Certified California small business.  Family owned and operated.  Experienced in both private and public sector projects.  CBSI has a staff of Project Managers, Project Coordinators, and Project Engineers.  100 years combined experience in construction and relocation planning and management.  David serves as a Committee Chair and Board Member for IFMA SanCuyamaca College Communication Arts Building 2007Facilities Coordination, FF&E and Relocation Management Diego and was voted as Associate Member of the Year in 2010. About CBSI
  • 3.  Construction management  Design management  Relocation coordination & management  Modular trailer coordination  Facilities master planning  Standards and policy development  Furniture, fixtures & equipment programming  Facilities coordination  Client representation as an extension of the facilities department  Audio visual design development  Signage and way finding planningCuyamaca College Child Development Center 2001  Campus keying schedulesConstruction Management, FF&E Coordination and Relocation Management CBSI’s Services
  • 4. Services Provided In role of acting Prop R Facilities Manager, David was liaison between Cuyamaca College and the construction program management firm hired to manage a $205M Bond Measure for construction. Projects in- cluded 260,000 sq. ft. of new building space, infrastructure upgrades, energy efficiency projects, and building modernizations. Responsible for coordinating all construction impacts to college including giving presen- tations to administration and staff and scheduling of campus closures around construction projects. Created campus design standards for new projects. Assisted in the design and implementation of new Audio Vis- ual standards in over 50 classrooms. Assisted in the hiring of architects, engineers, and construction management teams. Responsible for con- structability reviews of all projects. Coordinated the installation of new and existing FF&E on all projects including working directly with subcon- tractors in the field to verify correct placement of utilities prior to dry- wall installation or concrete pours. Managed the relocation into new buildings along with secondary effects moves. Responsible for after con- struction follow up including building warranty issues, construction de- fects, and additional user requests. Trained faculty and staff on use of classroom Audio Visual systems. Responsible for creating new campus keying system to integrate existing Yale system into new Yale Grand Master System. Responsible for the design development for complete campus room renumbering project. Managed project from concept to completion. Responsibilities included creating all new room num- bers. This project included over 2000 signs.Cuyamaca College—Communication Arts—Digital Theater 2007Audio Visual Planning, Coordination and Training Project Experience - Cuyamaca College Acting Prop R Facilities Manager
  • 5. Project Scope  Relocation Planning and Management  Assisted architect in the layout and space planning of 22 tem- porary trailers.  Relocation of 22 departments and 300 people into a 40,000 sq. ft. of temporary swing-space over an 8-Day period. Relo- cation included the removal and reuse of all existing furniture and some casework. Departments relocated included the President’s Suite, Deanery, Mailroom, and most student ser- vices.  Relocation of full-service kitchen into temporary swing-space. Including assisting of the procurement, relocation and installa- tion of kitchen trailers from Newport Beach High School Dis- trict.  Relocation of Culinary Arts kitchen into temporary swing- space. Including assisting in the procurement, relocation, and installation of lab trailers from Newport Beach High School District.Grossmont College—Trailer Village 2010Relocation Management Project Experience - Grossmont College Trailer Village
  • 6. Project Scope  Relocation Planning and Management and Physical Move.  Relocation of 4 departments including Photography, Nursing, Cosmetology and Campus Police.  Managed and performed all of the back-fill moves into existing spaces vacated by Photography, Nursing, Cosmetology and Campus Police.City College - CTC Building 2010Relocation Management and Physical Move Project Experience - City College’s Career Technology Center
  • 7. Project Scope  Project Scoping and Budgeting  Management of the day to day operations during the construc- tion phase.  Organized and conducted project meetings and distributed meeting minutes.  Managed the flow of construction documentation including RFI’s, Change Order Requests, Design Changes, and Client Requests.  Coordinated with end user on the timing of system shut downs and utility tie-ins.Utility Company—Biocide Upsizing Project 2010$750,000 Construction Project Project Experience - Utility Company Cooling Water Biocide Upgrade
  • 8. Services Provided  Acted as the clients on-site representative to manage the site preparations and installation of 7 new shore-line cabins and 3 floating cabins.  Organized and conducted project meetings and distributed meeting minutes.  Managed the flow of construction documentation including RFI’s, Change Order Requests, Design Changes, and Client Requests.  Coordinated with Cabin Manufacturer on the trucking and in- stallation logistics of the cabins. Cabins were purchased and shipped from Athens, Texas.Santee Lakes - Cabins Project 2010$1.4M Project Experience - Padre Dam’s Santee Lakes Cabins Project
  • 9. Services Provided  Selection of A/E and Construction Management Firms.  Acted as College’s representative from conceptual design to construction completion.  Managed the planning and implementation of the pre- construction logistics. Scope included the relocation of 24 large trees, several being Torrey Pines.  Coordinated the receiving and installation of all new furniture, fixtures and equipment to the new building. Orchestrated and managed the relocation of classrooms, drawing rooms, com- puter and speech labs, rehearsal rooms, 350-seat performing arts theatre, 85-seat digital theater, audio-visual rooms, dean’s office, faculty offices, lounge and outdoor seating area.  Created keying plan on locks & access systems.  Managed signage & way finding planning for the whole premise of the building.  Managed the contractor punch list, additional user requests, additional furniture orders, 11-Month Contractor warranty walkthrough, and trained faculty in the use of the new Audio Visual systems in the theaters and classrooms.Cuyamaca College Communication Arts Building 200895,000 sq. ft. $48M Project Experience - Cuyamaca College Communication Arts Building
  • 10. Services Provided  Selection of Construction Management Firm.  Acted as College’s representative from conceptual design to construction completion.  Coordinated construction drawings with new and existing Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment. This included the verifica- tion of clearances and proper utilities for lab equipment in- cluding laminar flow hoods, NMR spectrometers, Chromatog- raphy Refrigerators, Autoclave w/ 24x36x36 chamber and separate Steam Generator, 200 Gallon Central Dionized Wa- ter system and a Cadaver Room. Services included coordina- tion of the delivery, installation, and balancing/commissioning of all items. Coordinated final utilities placement at all instruc- tor and student stations in 9 science labs.  Coordinated the design and installation of high tech Audio Visual systems in all 19 labs and classrooms. Coordinated final design of built-in casework in all 9 labs. Oversaw the installa- tion of furniture in 9 science labs, open computer lab with over 100 computers, and 10 classrooms. Classrooms ranged from Graphic Design, CISCO Labs, lecture rooms, and Tele- communications.  Created keying plan on locks & access systems, managed sign- age & way finding planning for the whole premise of the build-Cuyamaca College Science & Technology Building 2007 ing.60,000 sq. ft. $19M Project Experience - Cuyamaca College Science & Tech Building
  • 11. Services Provided  Developed a project scope and design and provided Project Management services required to relocate staff and equipment into Student Services, Creative Arts and Student Center Buildings.  Managed Secondary Effects activities comprised of planning and backfilling vacant spaces.  Processed Purchase Requests for furniture and equipment, coordinated the ordering, receiving, and installation of all new furniture, fixtures and equipment.  Managed and maintained FF&E budgets.  Designed CAD layouts required to remodel offices and class- rooms.  Created District-Wide utility shut-off plans to be submitted with their Hazardous Materials Business Plan.MiraCosta College—Oceanside, San Elijo, and CLC Campuses 200780,000 Square Feet, $45M Project Experience - MiraCosta College Multiple Projects
  • 12. Services Provided  Managed the planning and implementation of the pre- construction logistics prior to the construction of a new 59,000 sq. ft. Science and Technology Mall.  Orchestrated and managed the relocation of a 1500 sq. ft. book- store, 1200 sq. ft. food services facility, six classrooms, student government office, outdoor seating area, ATM, and 17 disabled parking spaces.  Managed the procurement of 10 temporary classrooms to use Before as swing space. Relocated bookstore into existing classrooms and moved classrooms to swing space.  Managed the installation of a temporary food services building including the build-out of the interior space and relocation into building.  Coordinated the relocation of the student government trailer to a new location on campus.  Moved disabled parking spaces to another area on campus and created design for ADA pathways leading from new spaces to main campus. AfterCuyamaca College—Science & Tech and Student Center 2005Pre-Construction Logistics Project Experience - Cuyamaca College Pre-Construction Logistics
  • 13. Other Community College Projects  Managed all vendor relocations at GCCCD since 1999.  Infrastructure Upgrade at GCCCD including 12KV and Low Voltage upgrade at Cuyamaca College with (24) 6 x 8 manholes, 500 KW Generator installation at Grossmont, (260) site lights at both campuses. Project took 18 months and we dug over 7 miles of trenches.  Ground up construction of a Child Development Center and One-Stop Student Center at Cuyamaca College.  Complete campus fire alarm replacement/upgrade at Cuyamaca College.  Complete campus signage upgrade at Cuyamaca College.  Multiple remodel projects at GCCCD.  Complete campus computer-based Calsense irrigation system upgrade.  E-Power/Server Room upgrade and remodel at Cuyamaca Col- lege.  Managed re-carpeting of Library at Imperial Valley College.Cuyamaca College—CBSI Involved Projects  Managed relocation of Student Union at Palomar College.1999—2008 Project Experience - Other Community College Projects
  • 14. Other Client Projects  Ashworth Inc.—Design development, construction manage- ment, FF&E procurement, relocation management for 400 em- ployees into 90,000 sq. ft.  CCN, Inc. - Relocation planning and management of 700 em- ployees for a photo-pack move into 134,000 sq. ft. over a 4-day weekend.  SAIC—Managed multiple manufacturing department moves. Implemented relocation planning standards for Facilities Depart- ment.  Sempra Energy—Relocation Management of Power Distribution Command Center. Photo-Pack move of Executive Offices, and over 47 other moves including over 500 employees during the Sempra Merger with SDG&E and SoCal Gas.  SDG&E— Management of over 500 construction and facilities projects over the last 15 years.  San Diego Paradise Point Resort—Construction, FF&E and relo- cation management of $25M redevelopment of resort.Ashworth Inc. 2002Construction Management and Relocation Planning & Management Project Experience - Other Client Projects
  • 15. Below are some other reasons we feel that sets us apart from the competition.  Honesty and Integrity  Our staff at CBSI has over 100 combined years of pro- ject experience as Project Managers, Facilities Coordina- tors, Relocation Planners, and Committee Members.  We will integrate into your team and help you become successful with your projects.  Our ‘Can-Do’ approach to resolving problems.  We are experts in the field of Construction, Facilities, and Relocation Management.El Cajon Police Headquarters 2011Relocation Management—120,000 sq. ft. Building What Sets Us Apart
  • 16.  Sempra Energy—SDG&E, SCG  San Diego Community College District  Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District  MiraCosta Community College District  Palomar Community College District  Imperial Valley College  Pacific Hospitality Group  Noble House Resorts  Ashworth, Inc.  County of San Diego  City of El Cajon  Padre Dam Municipal Water District  Hotel Del CoronadoMiramar College Aviation Technology Building 2011  First American TitleRelocation Management and Physical Move A Brief List of Our Clients
  • 17. CBSI believes in giving back to the community. Below are a few of the events we have served in and led.  Dec 2011 Toys for Joy—Will be leading a team for this years event.  Dec 2010 Toys for Joy—Led a team of 250 volunteers to pass our over 8,000 toys.  Aug 2010 Do Something Event—Led a crew of 40 vol- unteers to repair Fire Station 41.  June 2010 Do Something Event—Led a crew of 25 vol- unteers to repair Fire Station 34.  March 2010 Do Something Event—Led a crew of 200 volunteers to repair landscaping on Presidents Way in Balboa Park.  Dec 2009 Toys for Joy—Led a team of 200 volunteers to pass out over 10,000 toys.Toys for Joy 2010Over 8,000 toys were given out to underprivileged kids. Giving Back to the Community
  • 18. “From our experience on the Cuyamaca College cam- pus, we have found CBSI to be an effective & profes- sional organization which delivers on its promises. CBSI has the technical ability and experience to work on any type commercial project (i.e. public, private, new construction, or an existing facility). They are also able to understand and take specific owner needs and effectively coordinate these requirements with de- sign professionals and trade contractors to ensure that the end product meets or exceeds client expectations. We have found CBSI to be honest, friendly and would complement any project & its team members. We look forward to continuing our relationship on future projects.” Dennis Dizon, LEED AP Sr. Project Manager Rudolph & Sletten Inc.Grossmont College Science Center 2007FF&E Coordination and Relocation Management What Other Companies are Saying
  • 19. “In over 10 years working with CBSI, my experience has always been one of professionalism and attention to detail. The hard working pro- ject management team led by David Suter has been a pleasure to work with.” Dale Switzer Director of Facilities Planning & Development Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District “David was responsible for facilities coordination at Cuyamaca Col- lege at the time that we were building our new Science & Technology Center. He was responsible for coordination between the new build- ing occupants and the construction management and worked with us through both the design and construction phases (By the way, there were three buildings under construction at the same time, and he was handling all of them). David was great to work with, a great com- municator and problem solver, very detail oriented, efficient, clearly knows about the construction business and is not afraid to ask ques- tions to ensure that the product is going to meet the needs of the customer. I have been involved in numerous construction projects over the last 20 years and I found David to be one of the best people I have worked with. I recommend him without reservation and would be happy to talk in more detail with anyone considering his services.” Kathryn Nette, Biology Chair, Cuyamaca CollegeGrossmont College Exercise Science Complex 2008Relocation Management What Our Clients are Saying
  • 20. “We plan, we manage, and we deliver facilities solutions for all of your project needs” San Diego Paradise Point Resort Redevelopment Project Construction Project and Relocation Management 2002