Our Daily Bread Employment Center

CAM Construction was selected as the construction manager to complete the construction of the important new 52,000 square foot, three story structure near Baltimore’s prison. The building was designed by CSD Architects as the new home of four of Catholic Charities important programs and will assist Baltimore’s challenged residents in becoming self-reliant through employment.

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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elevators were older and deliveries needed to be brought through the lobby, the finishes and office furniture was outdated, and most importantly the HVAC system did not work properly.

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Morgan State University – New Communications Center

This 82,500 square foot, three story facility includes a partial basement with an exterior structure designed to incorporate three different construction materials – brick fascia at the lower floor and foundation, transitioning to metal panels and the aluminum window wall system at the upper floors.

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Rombro Loft Condominiums

Converting a historic, six story, inner city office building into seventeen condominium apartment units presents many challenges; particularly when the first floor of such a structure remains occupied as a functioning dialysis clinic throughout construction.

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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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Patuxent Institution: Kitchen Expansion and Perimeter Security Improvements

CAM successfully managed the renovations and new construction at this fully occupied medium security facility, within the 40 acre security fencing. The project included construction of seven separate buildings – many of which were phased occupied renovations, where CAM maintained excellent owner interaction to ensure uninterrupted facility use.

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Morgan State University- Richard Dixon Biomedical Research Center

Biomedical Research Center includes 23 specialized teaching laboratories serving the fields of chemistry, biology, and physics. Labs are comprised of extensive laboratory casework, and equipment, chemical fume hoods, radioisotope hoods, biological safety cabinets, laminar flow work stations, polypropylene fume hood, controlled environmental rooms, photo lab rooms and equipment.

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Fifth District Volunteer Fire Station + Ten Oaks Ballroom

The project consists of the construction of a new fire house containing 8,350 square feet engine bay, 18,000 square foot support center, and 12,500 square foot community hall. Construction is brick with block back-up using shaped brick, hinged brick and tile inlays. Special features include a full service kitchen and dining room for fire department, […]

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Saint James Episcopal Church – Nursery School

St. James was in need of adding space to fulfill the needs of its ever-growing population. The church needed space to provide for various educational requirements for the children. CAM met with the church early in the design process to provide a design build approach. CAM value engineered from the preliminary drawings several times trying to maximize the utility of the structure for the parish. The project called for an addition to the current structure as well as a hallway with classrooms to transition between the new and existing structures.

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