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.
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
CM&B is proud to announce that we have begun the occupied renovation and phased building addition project at Audi Stratham in Stratham, NH. We have work diligently to unify the unique Audi image program with the specific requirements of the Town of Stratham. The project includes three separate building additions;
Essentially Smith & Wollensky has always had their locations located in major cities but recognized that their patrons wanted the ability to have a location in their own backyard. The Wellesley Smith & Wollensky will be the first suburban location for the company. We were honored to be selected as
This project can be summed by three words; history, people and building. There is the vast history of the building itself that will now be Village Automotive Group’s new headquarters. There are the people of Village Automotive Group that cm&b has built a relationship and history with. Lastly, is the
CM&B is proud to announce the opening of the new Boston Freightliner facility in Everett, MA. As part of the Encore Boston Harbor project, the facility was relocated from Bow Street to Air Force Road. The project included constructing a 28,800SF, two-story building with a parking lot for 10 semi-trucks