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Bel Air Construction Management

Professional construction and development services in Bel Air

Bel Air is an exclusive residential enclave in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. A neighborhood in the City of Los Angeles, it was started in 1923, and is filled with lavish mansions for celebrities and entertainment industry elite. Stonemark Construction Management has provided owner’s representative services and construction management in Bel Air for a wide variety of major high-end residential multi-family and commercial projects.

Our residential work has included single-family homes, multi-family developments, and capital improvements to large complexes in neighboring Los Angeles. Our commercial experience has included projects in the entertainment, health care, office, and retail sectors throughout the Los Angeles basin. We’ve also managed sacred space projects for parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

Managing Los Angeles City and County construction projects requires a comprehensive grasp of the myriad permitting processes, zoning restrictions, and ordinances that control and monitor construction in the area. Approvals must be obtained from various jurisdictional authorities such as the LA Department of Building and Safety and Department of City Planning, depending on where the project is located.

We believe in educating and leading our owners through the challenges of design and construction in Bel Air, while protecting their best interests. Our services combine cost controls, communication, and risk management services with collaboration, teamwork, and open communication to create projects owners are proud of. Our process results in less stress for the owner and a successful outcome for the team. Our construction management expertise saves clients time and money – and brings a harmonious approach to construction in the challenging Bel Air and greater Los Angeles environments.


Our Work

The Board at The Groves HOA is extremely happy with their beautiful new decking. Stonemark did a great job in recommending an alternative material that offers a longer-lasting value than wood replacement. This is an important issue because with all the extensive wood decking in the complex, repairs were a continual maintenance issue and a significant annual expense. Stonemark’s management of the contractor was critical in ensuring the project kept on track and on budget. When Stonemark says they look out for the best interests of an association, they mean it.

Mary Neubauer, Association Manager