Preserve Rhode Island (PRI) and the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission (RIHPHC) present the dramatic rehabilitation of Pontiac Mills with a Rhody Award to celebrate historic preservation in Rhode Island.
ABC Excellence in Construction Awards –
CAM Construction receives two awards, one award of Excellence!
Bay Brook Elementary Middle School was awarded Excellence in Construction, while the Perimeter Security & Lobby Renovation project at Chesapeake Employers Insurance Company received a Merit Award.
Even as the banquet has been postponed, we want to thank everyone that played a critical role in in these project’s success.
Our team completed the building security and site perimeter renovations to Chesapeake Employers’ Insurance Company‘s building in Towson, MD.
This project incorporated the removal and replacement of all first floor glass with the installation of specialized high-grade security glazing. All parking garage security screening was replaced with anti-theft wire mesh/framing.
We also renovated the offices on the first floor and relocated the security station to a new secure vestibule, all while the building remained occupied and fully functional.
Architect: JMT Architecture
The Pontiac Mills Development project is the adaptive reuse of more than 20 separate historic textile mill buildings, into a mixed-use complex. This historic redevelopment is comprised of over 50,000 sf of office/retail space and 135 residential rental apartments, along the banks of the Pawtuxet River in Warwick, RI.
Originally built in 1963, this development has been declared a Nationally Registered Historic District and is approved as a historic structure from both the State of Rhode Island and the National Park Service.
CAM performed Pre-Construction and is completing Construction Management services to this project. The final buildings are set to be complete within the upcoming months.
We have recently completed the Office Fit-Out for the Baltimore Resettlement Center. This historic restoration and renovation took place at 1900 N. Howard St., in Baltimore. CAM enjoyed the opportunity to take part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony, which featured Mayor Catherine Pugh. #CAMbuilds #BuildingtheMarylandCommunity