CM&B was founded on the fundamental principle that a talented and dedicated group of people with a common set of values and commitment to work as a team would be successful. Over three decades later, this business model based on people working together and being inspired to reach their full potential has become the lifeblood of CM&B. Along with the next generation of leaders, the original team is still together and committed to the concept set in motion on day one. Our success points first and foremost to one thing: our people. CM&B has always been and will continue to be in the business of People. Building.
Meet Tricia Banks, Chief Executive Officer of TRM Concrete LLC. TRM is a Certified WBE and a respected CM&B subcontractor, serving our concrete construction needs throughout New England. We value TRM’s commitment to servicing our projects and to delivering quality concrete construction! Tricia Banks – CEO Name a memorable piece of
How do you convert a 100-year-old industrial building into a new dark grocery store during a pandemic in only 10 weeks?
Toilet paper hoarders, sweatpants wearers, and banana bread bakers. We sure have learned a lot about how a crisis impacts consumer behavior. Just over a year ago, The Atlantic asked, if we shop for almost everything online, why are we not on board with shopping online for food? Between consumers’
PLEASE NOTE: This event took place in January PRIOR to any COVID-19 rules or regulations. This past January, CM&B hosted a group of students from the University of Hartford’s Materials and Methods of Construction course. Little did we know that this site visit to CM&B’s Avon Town Village job site
CM&B, Inc. recently completed Millstone Medical’s 60,000-SF expansion for their new headquarters in Fall River, MA. The expansion included a 4,500-SF mechanical inspection area, upgraded office, meeting rooms and state-of-the-art warehouse with an industrial racking system. (Press Release from Millstone Medical Outsourcing – July 30, 2020) SCOPE OF WORK CMO
CM&B, Inc. recently completed a 50,000-SF addition to Fujifilm’s current 29,000-SF Warehouse in North Kingstown, RI. The expansion was necessary to support future growth of cutting-edge semiconductor materials. (Press Release from Fujifilm) SCOPE OF WORK H-2 High Hazard Building The building includes both cold and ambient temperature flammable storage Encompass