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Successful projects are the result of strong foundations. That process starts well before shovels hit the ground.
On September 16th, the hard-working Foundry Row project team (pictured) enjoyed a special celebration at the VIP Thank You Reception!
A 20-acre oil refinery was transformed into Baltimore City’s largest new retail development, The Shops at Canton Crossing.
It's hard to believe these two pictures of Foundry Row were taken a mere 10 weeks apart. All fifteen buildings (retail & office) are now under construction!
Reisterstown, MD (February 16, 2016) – Chesapeake Contracting Group (CCG), a value-added general contractor with multiple projects in Maryland, Washington, DC and Northern Virginia, has announced i
As part of a two-day trip to the Baltimore / DC area, 41 civil engineering students from Bucknell University visited our Foundry Row project in Owings Mills, MD yesterday.
E.J.’s promotion to Vice President has been recognized in the BBJ’s People on the Move section:
Chesapeake’s new hire, Scott Chenoweth, has been recognized in the Baltimore Business Journal’s People on the Move section.
Pictured (from L to R): Nate Heiner, Superintendent | Kaitlyn Allgood, Marketing Director | Chris Bayley-Hay, Superintendent | Randy Green, Superintendent | Patrick Donahue, Project Manager.
CCG is thrilled to have won Excellence Awards for The Shops at Canton Crossing, Towne Centre at Laurel and the MedStar Fitout at Riverside Wharf (pictured). Congratulations to all the winners!
The Towne Centre at Laurel project was a redevelopment of an existing mall into a mixed-use destination.
© Chesapeake Contracting Group 2014