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Chris Pellegrin appointed to A4LE Disaster Action Committee Chair

January 4, 2018

Press Release ,

The Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) has established the Disaster Action Committee, to remain committed to disaster recovery efforts, learn from past experiences, and provide future support for each other. CSRS is proud to announce that our own, Christopher J. Pellegrin, AIA, has been appointed as the committee chair of this Regional committee. Mr. Pellegrin has 27 years of extensive experience in K-12 and higher education facilities and disaster recovery efforts for school systems.

As a Principal at CSRS, Mr. Pellegrin and his team have managed the design and construction of damaged educational facilities throughout Louisiana totaling over $2 billion. In addition to his work at CSRS, Mr. Pellegrin also led the A4LE Southern Region’s Katrina-Rita Task Force in providing valuable recovery advisory services and best practices guidance to school districts across Louisiana and Texas. Mr. Pellegrin has continued to push our CSRS team to deliver solutions that combine a high degree of expertise with a deep understanding of client objectives. We are excited for Mr. Pellegrin’s opportunity to share his knowledge with A4LE and contribute valuable expertise to the Disaster Action Committee.


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