2012 Year in Review

2012 Year in Review

2012 Year in Review

2012 has been a year of growth and development. C.M. Black is proud to have been involved in some of the area’s most notable projects, from new buildings to extensive upgrades and expansions. As we look forward to a new year, take a look at some of the company’s most memorable work of 2012.

Ben-Mynatt-Buick-GMC_Rendering-e1320778972523Ben Mynatt Buick – Completed in May, the project involved extensive interior renovations, as well as an external façade upgrade. Also included were new interior finishes, custom aluminum composite wall panels, a new car canopy, freestanding GM tower accenting the main entry and other enhancements to the overall design…Read more.

Hinds’ Feet Farm (Puddin’s Place) – In July, work was completed on a 5,000-square-foot residence for individuals with traumatic brain injuries. The fully handicapped-accessible mountain-style retreat was built for Hinds’ Feet Farm, an organization dedicated to providing care to brain injury survivors. Dubbed “Puddin’s Place,” the residence enables the organization to provide a home for up to six individuals needing full-time care…Read more.

Wingate Freshman Dorm – Wingate University and C.M. Black partnered again this year for what will be the 12th major project the company has completed for the institution. The latest endeavor is a 60,000-square-foot freshman dormitory with the capacity to house 300 students. C.M. Black began construction on the three-level dorm in March, with completion set for the end of December. Past projects for the University have included the Batte Fine Arts Center, the Hayes Classroom Building and the Levine College of Health Sciences Building, which was finished just last year…Read more.

OILES America Expansion – In August, C.M. Black broke ground on a 50,000-square-foot expansion to the manufacturing facility at the corporate headquarters of OILES America Corporation in Concord. The project includes additional truck docks, increased parking capacity, the incorporation of energy-efficiency technology, renovations to the warehouse and office space and new research and development facilities…Read more.

S&D Coffee – The nation’s largest custom coffee roaster, whose customers include McDonald’s, embarked on a massive expansion to its overall operations, including a complete renovation of its corporate headquarters in Concord. C.M. Black’s work includes extensive demolition, both inside and out. Interior renovations to the main entrance lobby, as well as the addition of a new board room and office space…Read more.