Little Sisters of the Poor Saint Martin’s Home Chapel, Convent and Postulant Renovations

Throughout CAM’s nearly 8 year relationship with the Little Sisters of the Poor at St. Martin’s Home, we have constructed multiple, individual, design/build projects within the home. Most recently we have completed the design/build renovations to the Chapel, its gathering and parlor areas, the Convent and Postulant residences.

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All Saints Evangelical Lutheran Church Fire Restoration

Pastor Wortherly contacted CAM Construction with whom he had worked at Morgan to work with him and his congregation to restore the Church building and aid them in receiving the appropriate funds from their insurance company.

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Little Sisters of the Poor Saint Martin’s Home phases 1-3

In early summer 2007, CAM was retained by the Little Sisters of the Poor as a Construction and Design Advisor for the construction of their new 180,000-200,000 square foot Provincial Home, one of only three in the US, serving the needs of the 80 residents, 20 Sisters and the needs of the entire Eastern Province […]

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Holy Angels Catholic School, at Seton Keough High School

CAM was employed as the CM at Risk to convert a portion of the Seton Keough High School into the new Holy Angels Catholic School, for this fast track project to accommodate the relocated pre-school, kindergarten or elementary school children. CAM committed to and met their commitment to meeting the very stringent deadline of less […]

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St Elizabeth Rehabilitation & Nursing Center

Renovating the public areas of an occupied building is always challenging, but doing so throughout a multi-story structure occupied by the elderly and their caretakers is particularly so. Virtually every finish material for the renovation was either custom made for the project or purchased from vendors all throughout the United States and Europe.

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Chesapeake Employers Insurance (fka Injured Workers Insurance Fund)

Executives and employees at the six-story, 80,000 square foot facility had several problems. There was a severe shortage of parking spaces for their employees and guests, the interior elevators were older and deliveries needed to be brought through the lobby, the finishes and office furniture was outdated, and most importantly the HVAC system did not work properly.

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Baltimore International College – School of Culinary Arts

The project involved the transformation of a historic 1970 Baltimore City High School building into a state of the art facility for culinary training. Connected to a historic, though un-used school building, this project located in Little Italy at the corner of Pratt Street and Central Avenue, not only adds 32,500 net square feet to the College’s current laboratory floor space, but also allows students use of the most cutting edge equipment available.

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Union Box Company / Lancaster Square

The Lancaster Square renovation consisted of a group of five separate structures originally built in the 1880s, and varying significantly in construction materials and floor plate elevations. The main building, The Union Box Co., is a timber framed 3-story 16,000 square foot brick warehouse. The other buildings are a 2 story steel framed building, a 2 story steel and wood framed building, and a 3 story brick townhouse.

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TBC Headquarters at 900 S Wolfe Street

This three-story, 31,000 sq, ft., historically accurate, iron spot and glazed brick office building in Fells Point is home to Trahan Burden Charles (TBC), one of the largest advertising agencies on the East Coast. The design challenge was to provide a structure of this size, capable of being leased to multiple tenants, in keeping with the height and scale of the adjacent structures.

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