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Our Story

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.

Join Us at the ICSC Deal Making Conference

We build Retail & Hospitality! Join Dean Mello, Len Cubellis and Jeremy Pollender at the 2018 ICSC New York Deal Making Conference from December 4-6, 2018 at the Javit Convention Center. For a Construction Overview on CM&B and the work we do CLICK HERE

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Xaverian Brothers – Westwood, MA

CM&B is proud to announce that we will be collaborating with the Xaverian Brother High School on a third project this summer. The project will be renovating portions of the main building from its 1963 look and feel to the current upgraded design and utilization requirements. The scope includes renovating

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College Campuses – Shake Shack

College campuses are evolving and changing to meet the high demands of the twenty first century. Options for restaurants and shopping are becoming more accessible for students and staff. CM&B is proud to collaborate with Shake Shack on their Morningside Heights, New York, NY location – steps away from Barnard

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Occupied Renovation

CM&B has a keen understanding of the unique logistics and planning requirements that are necessary to execute occupied renovations around ongoing store operations. We have consistently demonstrated the ability to effectively carryout our work while maintaining a safe environment for all involved. These are just some of the occupied renovations

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Chappaqua Crossing – Chappaqua, NY

The redevelopment of the former Reader’s Digest headquarters property will include 120,000-SF of ground-up retail space including a new 40,000-SF Whole Foods Market, a 40,000-SF Lifetime Fitness Center, five restaurants and a selection of shops that will complement the convenience and ambiance of the setting. The planned community will also

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