Stehli Silk Mill Site Work Rendering to Reality (July, 2023)

Stunning aerial videos, courtesy of RETTEW, reveal the transformation of the Stehli Silk Mill property taking shape, compared side-by-side with the original concept rendering from 2 years ago! Paving and sidewalks have been completed since the time these drone shots were captured last month. This video highlights how truly massive and important this project will be for the surrounding community. Check out stehlimill.com and cambuilds.com for more information and updates on the most exciting development to hit Lancaster, PA.

NBC NEWS (WGAL) FEATURE STORY ON STEHLI SILK MILL

Breaking news! WGAL, the local NBC branch for Lancaster, reported on the development of Stehli Silk Mill. The article contains interviews with Angelo Munafo, VP of Business Development for CAM Construction, and Jeff Lapp, the superintendent of the site. You can watch the video on their website at wgal.com, and additional national coverage of the story can be found on yahoo news. For more information on Stehli, check out the website at http://stehlimill.com.

DON’T CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM

Exciting progress is being made at Stehli! With the installation of curbs on the property, the foundation has been laid for driving and parking spaces on the property. Currently, our team is roughing-in conduit for light poles and back-filling behind curbs after conduit installation; sidewalks will be installed the week of June 19th, with roadway paving in July. Following the roadwork will be fine grading for the green spaces that will fill out the rest of the campus, which will provide lush outdoor areas for tenants and visitors alike to enjoy–dog park included!  

Stehli Silk Mill Lofts—FRAMING UP THE FUTURE

Adaptive re-use at its finest! We have hit the ground running in Lancaster, PA, since the owner closed on their construction loan back on March 8th. Total development costs for this 250,000 sqft mixed-use project will exceed $40 million. It has been amazing to watch the interior progress unfold over the past 3 months. CAM has nearly finished media blasting Mills #1-3, to safely abate 100 years of lead paint from the facility and expose the rich character of the original brick walls, wood columns, beams, and ceilings. We completed underground plumbing, sawcut, and pour back, and are currently wrapping up the metal stud framing of Mill #1. MEP rough-in has begun, and we will continue cranking from here!

Scenes from the Ribbon Cutting at Montebello Elementary/Middle

A buzz of excitement was in the air as CAM wrapped up 2022 by hosting two major ribbon cutting ceremonies IN ONE WEEK, showcasing our recently completed 21st Century Schools Projects: Highlandtown Elementary/Middle and Montebello Elementary/Middle! We were overjoyed to have the chance to unveil these beautiful new facilities to the throngs of students and parents, eager to explore their new classrooms, libraries, dining halls, and collaborative learning spaces. Special thanks to leaders like Governor Larry Hogan, Senate President Bill Ferguson, Mayor Brandon Scott, Council President Nick Mosby, Principal Denise Ashley, Principal Troy Mitchell, and other city advocates who were instrumental in getting these plans approved, who came out to celebrate the momentous occasions and tour the final product.

What better feeling than to give over 1,400 young students the gift of a brand new school for Christmas! Certainly much more work to be done, but together we can change the lives of Marylanders for the better, one building at a time.

Stehli Silk Mill – Video Rendering – Historic Mill Restoration / Development

New Project Update! Check out this video rendering of the historical restoration & adaptive reuse to the Stehli Silk Mill, in Lancaster PA.

Originally built in 1897, the current complex of buildings is on the National Register of Historic Places. Most of the structures are three stories, with the main long structure along Martha Ave. being in excess of 900 feet long, making it the longest structure east of the Mississippi when it was constructed.

Plans call for the development of approximately 130 apartment units, consisting of mostly singles, and some doubles. Additionally, a brew pub is planned for the old women’s cafeteria, which is a single story structure with a clerestory and exposed steel truss roof framing system. Ancillary structures related to the former boiler building may be utilized to provide amenity spaces for the residents, as well as space for some smaller retail or office tenants.

CAM Construction is leading Design-Build services on the project for Lancaster Mills LLC.