KPRS Announces Three New Partners

As KPRS continues to expand and experience record growth, we are proud to announce the addition of three new partners to the leadership team. Each of these long-standing senior managers have stood out as significant leaders within the organization and we are pleased to add them to our ownership group. Congratulations to Corey Evans, Angel Barrera, and Matt Muns.

Corey is a key leader in innovative office construction and has contributed in the growth and presence of KPRS in the Los Angeles market. His notable projects include the award-winning C3 Creative Complex in Culver City; the Pasadena Playhouse Plaza in downtown Pasadena; the Culver Steps development and the Entrada Creative Office also in Culver City. While expertly navigating large complex projects, Corey simultaneously builds valuable client relationships where the vision and needs of the client are always top priority.

Angel has spent nearly 20 years estimating pivotal projects and continually providing cost savings to clients. Angel has led and advanced the capability of KPRS in the industrial market while developing exceptional relationships with our clients. His expertise spans from industrial to retail, storage facilities, tenant improvements, office, hospitality, medical and public works. Angel takes pride in training and mentoring new estimators in the preconstruction group and provides a culture of growth and camaraderie within the company.

Matt has excelled in overseeing large complex projects in multiple sectors from Office, Med-Tech and TI, while contributing in the development of the Multi Family division at KPRS. Matt has overseen the headquarters in El Segundo, the MGM headquarters in Beverly Hills and the Mindanao Creative Office in Marina Del Rey. His major Multi Family projects include the 132-unit El Monte Gateway with Jamboree Housing, the luxury Fairfax Apartments in West Hollywood, and the Washington Family development with Meta Housing in Los Angeles.

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