From the original team members who have been with us from the start to the indispensable employees who have joined CM&B along the way, our foundation for success lies in the quality of our team and the industry experience they help us bring to every project we build. We are People.Building.
Vice President /
Senior Project Manager
Meet the people who make it all possible
Since 1992, CM&B’s formula for success has been People.Building. We’re always looking for dedicated team members to help us continue our success and growth in New England and the Tri-State regions. If you’re interested in joining a team that is focused on People.Building. and collaboration, check out our current openings.
Join Our Team
CM&B takes great pride in the relationships we have built with our business partners and appreciates their vision, hard work and dedication. It is through these lasting client relationships and our consistent confidence in subcontractor performance that our business strengthens. Business Partners is not just a name, it’s the way we view those we work for and with so that together we set common goals, work as a team and build results.
Congratulations to Jeanine Wilson on being selected as Employee of the Quarter.
Since joining CM&B in July 2020, Jeanine has quickly gained the respect of her coworkers and our business partners, ranging from subcontractors to owners, due to her professionalism, expertise and commitment. Her thoroughness and understanding of the construction management process has earned her accolades from the Whole Foods Market team while working on their Union Square and, most recently, 63 Madison Ave locations.
An authentic proponent of CM&B’s People.Building. culture, Jeanine has actively assisted with our recruiting efforts having referred two current employees to CM&B as well as introducing several valuable additions to our New York subcontractor base. Jeanine is also mentoring and coaching newer hires in the NYC office providing advice and guidance on acclimating to CM&B and developing the professional and interpersonal skills needed to succeed in our industry.
Well done, Jeanine!