“Rick Kramer and the KPDC team are by far one of the most world class organizations I have ever worked with.  The integrity in which they engage in their work, swiftness in problem resolution, and timeliness in delivering beautiful projects on time and within budget cannot be surpassed.  This is a great firm to work with personally and professionally.”
Leslie Paulides, CPA—Assistant Superintendent/CBO (formerly), Los Gatos Union School District
“Rick Kramer’s ability to work through difficult situations and with a variety of people was instrumental in resolving our construction problems.  He was able to provide effective problem solving skills that ultimately moved the projects forward in a timely manner.  I would highly recommend utilizing Rick’s knowledge and expertise for any school facility project.”
Sherree Brown, Assistant Superintendent, (formerly), Soquel School District
“I would not hesitate for a moment to recommend Kramer Project Development Company, Inc. to take on the load and responsibilities of District construction projects. Rick is truly a professional in all services he offers. His integrity is outstanding. On top of all this, he’s really a nice guy!.”
Julie Kessler, Assistant Superintendent/CBO, Jefferson Elementary School District
“Kramer Project Development managed four projects simultaneously for Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District.  The projects were on time and on budget. They do more than is expected and provide accurate, personal and timely resolution to the myriad of construction decisions.  The staff are problem solvers with the knowledge, skills and resources to provide outstanding construction and program management services.”
Tom Woodruff PhD., Assistant Superintendent / CBO, (formerly) Los Gatos, Saratoga Union High School District
“Kramer Project Development helped us complete our five year modernization projects on time, under budget with exceptional quality, no delays and “No Disputes.” KPDC’s attention to detail and the needs of the client is unsurpassed. They are the best.”
Barry Groves Ed.D., Superintendent (Retired), Mountain View—Los Altos Union High School District
“When a District contracts with RGM, it can expect great attention to its needs and aspirations. It can anticipate quality staff deployed to the District. It will perceive itself as RGM’s only client because of the firm’s responsiveness and commitment. Most importantly, it will succeed in its facility development goals regardless of the size of its projects or the scope of the work.”
Kenneth J. Ranella, Superintendent, MPCS, Menlo Park City School District
“RGM has worked with the Antioch Unified School District for the past 15 years and has successfully completed the construction project management of one comprehensive high school, two middle schools, four elementary schools, one charter school, one adult education school, nine modernization projects and over 60 portable classroom additions throughout the District.”
Timothy R. Forrester, Director of Facilities and Technology, AUSD, Antioch Unified School District
[RGM CLIENT SINCE 2002] “They set the standard very high and continually exceed it – whether presenting at Board Meetings or wading through a flood to clear a storm drain.”
Michael S. Roth, Superintendent, JSUSD, John Swett Unified School District
[RGM CLIENT SINCE 2006] “Many school construction programs require detailed and specialized attention to matching state funds and other state funding programs which are not immediately useable without the major focal attention of a variety of consultants. RGM has the knowledge and consulting base necessary to help a district be successful in finding and utilizing these resources.”
Dr. Alan Newell, Superintendent, RDUSD, River Delta Unified School District
[RGM CLIENT SINCE 1996] “RGM has served a somewhat unique function with our district by taking on the accounting function for our bond and state fund money as we moved through the building process. This has been a valuable service to our district, which does not have the staff to stay on top of all the requirements, reporting guidelines, and changes coming out of Sacramento.”
David R. Wheeler, Superintendent, WSCUHSD, West Sonoma County Union High School District
[RGM CLIENT SINCE 1995] “Our most recent project was successfully completed on a multi-prime basis with about 20 contractors. Greg and the RGM Team kept the contractors working with very few interruptions along the way. Scheduling the contractors and keeping their submittals, invoicing, and other paperwork flowing was a smooth process.”
Timothy Rahill, Assistant Superintendent, Administrative Services, MUSD, Martinez Unified School District
[RGM CLIENT SINCE 1995] “In our District, RGM was confronted with several large projects that were in progress and fraught with problems. They wasted no time in getting things moving and to completion with a minimum of contractors’ claims and delays.”
David J. Cappucini, Director of Business Services, BUSD, Benicia Unified School District
[RGM CLIENT SINCE 2004] “Both projects are extremely political and very visible. RGM has been involved in every aspect of project development including assisting with architect selection, determining the scope of work, providing input to the schematic designs and construction documents, preparing a constructability review and providing construction management.”
Denise Wakefield, Director of Facilities, TUSD, Tracy Unified School District
District [RGM CLIENT SINCE 1999] “RGM has guided the District through some difficult situations. They maintain an excellent rapport with the Board of Trustees and have a great understanding of the bureaucratic processes the District must follow with respect to new school construction and modernization projects.”
Mark Bonnett, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services, PUSD, Pittsburg Unified School District
[RGM CLIENT SINCE 1999] “RGM, at a reasonable cost and with substantial experience in school construction, provides the ability for districts to address the architectural designs and construction costs that can exceed available funds, the difficult negotiations with contractors, the requirements of public contract law, and the numerous details of supervising facility projects.”
Kenneth J. Ranella, Superintendent, SD, Sebastopol Union School District

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