California's Education Solutions Leader
EH&A (formerly Eric Hall & Associates), now combined with MGT Consulting, offers a rich heritage of educational expertise and experience which lifts up education for communities in California and beyond. EH&A provides facility planning, project management, human capital consultation, as well as financial and organizational solutions. Specific services include:
- Facilities master planning
- Architect/Contractor selection
- Program/Project management
- Community involvement
- Budget and fiscal stabilization
- School efficiency/Consolidation
- Resource management
- Human resources studies
- Organizational alignment
- Network and cyber security
- DEI training and programs
- Safety/Security analysis
At EH&A, we turn our decades of experience working in district administration and management into facility services to benefit your district and team. Our personalized business support services enhance the quality of teaching and learning environments and will increase the internal capacity of your K-12 district operations.
Having a solid plan in place is the only way to reach your long-term vision and goals, and we want to see your district thrive. Our variety of services can be personalized to make the most of your strengths and give you an extra layer of support where you need it. We focus on five distinct service areas:
Master Plans, Asset and Property Management, Capacity Analysis, Demographic/Enrollment Study
Architect and Contractor Selection, Program/Project Management, On-site Expertise
State School Facility Programs, Budget Evaluation and Analysis, Local Funding Resources
Management/Organization Studies, Leadership Development, Staff Support
Classification & Compensation Consulting, Performance Management
We work alongside your team to make the most of your resources and give your students, community, staff, and district a healthy and hopeful future.
What you Need to Know About Development Impact Fees – Part Eight Statutory Exemptions, Agreements with Non-Unified Districts, and Refunds for Unused Permits
In part one of this multi-part series of articles, we discussed what to know and why to know about development impact fees. If you missed part one, you can find that article here. In our second part, we briefly discussed some of the history of developer fees for school facilities in California.