CAM recently celebrated our 25 Year Membership Anniversary with ABC Greater Baltimore. Pictured in the photo is CAM’s President, Mr. M. Marc Munafo, and ABC Chair Mr. Marc McDaniel.
CAM Construction is providing Pre-Construction services to assist the Maryland Food Bank with their upcoming FoodWorks Program Kitchen Expansion & Office Relocation project.
Our team will partner with Cap Ex Advisory Group and PI.KL Studios. Through a unique collaboration with the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), the FoodWorks Program offers a fresh start to low-income individuals with 12 weeks of intense culinary training. FoodWorks students learn basic cooking skills while converting fresh produce and other perishable foods into healthy meals for distribution to those in need.
As part of the program, Maryland Food Bank chefs guide students through a curriculum that includes fundamental culinary techniques, menu planning and job-training.
With guidance and support from the Maryland Food Bank, FoodWorks graduates have been hired at leading restaurants and institutional caterers, including Woodberry Kitchen, the Horseshoe Casino, Compass group, The SEED School, and Baltimore County Public School. FoodWorks graduates earn well above the minimum wage.
Our team was honored to accept the #9 ranking at the Baltimore Business Journal‘s (BBJ) – 50 fastest-growing private companies event. This year’s list ranked companies by the highest average percent change in revenue between 2016 to 2018.
During this period, CAM provided pre-construction, cost estimating, construction management, & general contracting services to private, non-profit, and public project owners.
This recognition included the historical renovations & additions to the Robert Poole Building, Pontiac Mills Apartment & Retail historical restoration, and the new construction of two Net-Zero Elementary Middle Schools.