4541 Enterprise Drive

4541 Enterprise Drive

In 2013, CM Black completed construction of an 88,527-square-foot, class “A” speculative industrial building at 4541 Enterprise Drive in Concord, NC’s International Business Park. The project, a co-venture between C.M. Black, The Nolim Group, the real estate developer behind the International Business Park, and CESI Land Development Services, was designed by BJW Architecture.

The building fills a void of available manufacturing and warehouse space in the Cabarrus County region, and was developed with future expansion capabilities in mind.  Property features include expandable space up to 141,000-square-feet, built to suit office area, 28’ minimum ceiling clearance and the potential for LEED certification. For more information on 4541 Enterprise Drive, click here.

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See how construction of the building progressed below:

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Oiles America Corporation Headquarter’s Expansion | 2013

Oiles America Corporation Headquarter’s Expansion | 2013

In 2013, CM Black Construction completed a 50,000-square-foot expansion to the Oiles America Corporation headquarter’s manufacturing facility. Located in Concord, NC’s International Business Park, CM Black began construction on the project in late 2012. The project was finished well ahead of schedule.

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The project consisted of several renovations, including additional truck docks, increased parking capacity, incorporating energy-efficiency technology, renovations to the warehouse and office space and new research and development facilities. This is the 2nd expansion of the Oiles America headquarters. CM Black was also the general contractor for their 30,000-square-foot expansion in 2005.

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CM Black to Complete 3 New Projects for Wingate University

CM Black to Complete 3 New Projects for Wingate University

Wingate University has chosen CM Black Construction for more than 20 construction projects on its campus over the years. The ongoing partnership has recently produced a new three-level Freshman dormitory on the University’s campus, and is now continuing with several new projects in the works.

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In November 2013, construction began on a 5,600-square-foot addition to the University’s Batte Fine Arts Center, also built by CM Black Construction. The new facility, to be named Hinson Art Gallery, will house the University’s extensive art collection, including a Ben Long Fresco. The Gallery will be comprised of a conventional wood-framed structure with a brick veneer facade.

CM Black is overseeing another addition to the Fine Arts Center as well, which will house the Wingate Music Department. The new addition will include six practice rooms, two studio offices, a large rotunda lobby, vocal hall and comprehensive choral and opera library.

Finally, CM Black will complete a 7,500-square-foot renovation to an existing building on the Wingate Campus, which will house a new bookstore and restaurant for the University. The new facility will combine two existing spaces for the bookstore.

Check back regularly for more information and updates on the recent Wingate University projects.

 

Past projects for the University have also included the Cannon Dorms and three residence halls, several renovation projects, the Hayes Classroom Building, and most recently the Levine College of Health Sciences Building, which was just finished last year.  To learn more about CM Black’s partnership with Wingate, check out this short video where Wingate President, Dr. Jerry McGee, discusses the successful relationship and some notable projects.

CM Black to Build 14,000 sq. ft. Addition to Mooresville Church

CM Black to Build 14,000 sq. ft. Addition to Mooresville Church

 

West Corinth Baptist Church in Mooresville, NC has selected CM Black to construct a 14,188-square-foot addition to its existing facilities. The construction will be comprised of a combination of steel and wood framing with a brick veneer facade.

The addition will include new classrooms, office space and a multi-purpose gymnasium, which will feature a platform stage with theatrical lighting and high-performance sound systems.

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S&D Coffee & Tea Corporate Headquarters Expansion

S&D Coffee & Tea Corporate Headquarters Expansion

S&D Coffee & Tea is the nation’s largest custom coffee roaster, with more than 80,000 customers nationwide, including McDonald’s. In 2013, the company embarked on a massive expansion to its overall operations, including a complete renovation of its corporate headquarters in Concord, for which CM Black was selected as the general contractor.

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The project required extensive demolition, both inside and out. Interior construction includes renovations to the main entrance lobby, as well as the addition of a new board room and office space. Outside, CM Black is replacing the existing main entrance curtain wall system.

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The existing hard-coat fascia circling the entire building was removed, and a new exterior insulation finishing system added. The new façade boasted several areas of aluminum wall paneling and a steel canopy with a vegetated roof projecting from the front entrance.

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Golden Gait Trailers Expansion

Golden Gait Trailers Expansion

golden-gate-trailers-frontWhen Golden Gait Trailers needed a new facility to keep up with increasing demand, the company turned to CM Black. What followed is a 51,000 square foot sales and service facility that combines office and warehouse space. The two-story structure consists of a pre-engineered metal building with a complete elevation curtain-wall system.

“We are happy to establish our relationship with Golden Gait Trailers, and appreciate their cooperation in the building of this project,” said CM Black President Emmitt Black. “We are proud of the building and how we were able to complete it on schedule.”

 

CM Black Builds Residence for Brain Injury Survivors

CM Black Builds Residence for Brain Injury Survivors

In 2012, CM Black completed a full-time, group residence for the non-profit organization, Hinds’ Feet Farm, which is dedicated to providing therapeutic and rehabilitation services to individuals living with traumatic brain injuries.

The mountain-style retreat, located in Huntersville, is fully handicapped-accessible, and provides a home for up to six individuals, where they will be able to receive round-the-clock care.

The residence, dubbed “Puddin’s Place”, combines technical design and functionality with rustic, personal features, including the use of recycled wood, donated materials and antique beams.

“Hinds’ Feet Farm is proud to have partnered with CM Black for this important project,” says the non-profit’s Executive Director, Marty Foil. “We selected CM Black due to our long standing relationship, their passion for quality, attention to detail and professional ethics.

Ben Mynatt Buick Dealership Upgrade

Ben Mynatt Buick Dealership Upgrade

CM Black completed an extensive upgrade to the Ben Mynatt Buick GMC dealership in Concord, NC in 2012.

The project involved an interior renovation, as well as an external facade upgrade. Also included in the retrofit were new interior finishes, custom aluminum composite wall panels, a new car canopy, freestanding GM tower accenting the main entry, and several other enhancements to the overall design.

CM Black was able to complete the project without hindering the use of the majority of the existing facility. Justin Black, Project Manager for CM Black, states, “The Mynatt team was amazing in conveying their constraints and needs to us. They understand the importance of both teams working together to meet the same goal”.

Ben Mynatt Buick owner, Cyndie Mynatt, explains, “From an owner’s perspective, we couldn’t have asked for a better experience than we had with CM Black. Their attention to detail made me comfortable that little things weren’t being overlooked. Whenever decisions had to be made, they always gave me great advice, so I knew I was making informed, cost-effective choices”.

Black adds, “Being that Mynatt is a family-owned company, I see many familiarities in the ways we approach business. Providing the best service to their customers is their top priority, and the upgraded facility was designed to help ensure they continue to provide that high quality service.”

Ben Mynatt Buick GMC is located at 289 Concord Parkway South in Concord.

CTC Corporate Headquarters

The new CTC corporate headquarters and operations center consists of structural steel with composite metal wall panels, recessed access floors and a partial redundant electrical and HVAC system for full operation during emergency situations.

“This project was great. Most often, I was on site once a day meeting with our superintendent and other subcontractors, making sure that we performed to the satisfaction levels expected.”

Emmitt Black

“The CTC Headquarters is a good example of our work. It’s a very complex building with a multitude of subcontractors working in harmony with each other. It was successful because of our planning, team members and daily management.”

Clinton M. Black II

Wingate Levine College of Health Sciences Building

The 69,000 square-foot Levine College of Health Sciences facility is comprised of a structural steel frame, metal stud exterior walls, and brick veneer that is accented with pre-cast bands. Its roof is a standing seam metal roof, and the inside includes two laboratories, complete with laboratory casework. The building is targeted to receive Silver LEED certification. The three-story building houses the School of Pharmacy and Physicians Assistant at Wingate, and is one of the landmark achievements in CM Black’s 60-year history.

It also is designed to meet the highest standards in teaching with three 90-seat lecture halls, two 50-seat classrooms, clinical simulations labs, decision simulation labs, a physical assessment lab, a pharmacy practice lab, an iv admixture lab, a fitness center, food service, conference rooms, and a biomedical science library and drug information center.

The building followed strict green building requirements, as CM Black recycled nearly 90 percent of its waste, and 30 percent of its construction was done with recycled materials. The project also cut down on emissions because more than 44 percent of materials were extracted and manufactured locally. The project also had more than 83 percent of its wood FSC-certified, and also substantially enhanced its indoor air quality through specified HVAC safeguards and tactics.

“Dr. Craig Boyer told me he has personally been in 110 of the 115 pharmacy schools in America, and this building is the finest he has ever seen,” Wingate University President Jerry McGee said at the ribbon cutting for the facility. “I agree with Dr. Boyer.”

First Charter Bank Corporate Headquarters

First Charter Bank Corporate Headquarters

The 270,000SF First Charter Center houses the company headquarters, as well as their operations and technology functions. The facility consists of structural steel with composite metal wall panels, recessed access floors, and a fully redundant electrical and HVAC system for full operation during emergency situations. The facility contains some 900 computer work stations.

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“A really integral building that really combines form and function. Everyone was very happy with the end result, but in the end it was all of our people and team members that made the project a success”

Emmitt Black

“Here is another example of how we can construct a fairly large project on time by keeping the lines of communications open and putting the customer first.”

Clinton Black

“Building the First Charter Center is the largest real estate project ever undertaken by our company and working with the team at CM Black made it a very satisfying experience. They constructed a beautiful, high-quality building that our employees enjoy working in and our visitors compliment us on every day.

CM Black worked closely with us on the many construction details that arose, met the construction completion schedule that we established, and built a first class facility.”

Robert E. James, Jr.
President and CEO
First Charter Bank

Tim Marburger Honda

Tim Marburger Honda

marburger_hondaThe 20,150 square foot Tim Marburger Honda Sales / Service Facility features partial structural steel frame and exterior wall systems utilizing split-face masonry veneer and EIFS on steel stud back up in addition to load bearing split face CMU. Roofing is fully adhered TPO on rigid insulation on metal decking. The window system is aluminum storefront with insulated glass. Interior partitions are both concrete masonry unit and gypsum wall board on metal stud construction. Interior finishes consist of carpet, VCT, ceramic tile, painted CMU and drywall, acoustical ceiling tile and painted exposed structure.

Tillery Tradition Pro Shop

Tillery Tradition Pro Shop

TilleryThe 18,700 square-foot pro shop and clubhouse facility is a two-story structure consisting of cast-in-place basement walls, suspended concrete 1st floor, wood and metal stud framing with stone and calcium silica masonry unit veneer and asphalt shingle roof.

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The Lower Level is cart storage with the first floor encompassing the pro shop, men’s/women’s locker room, and full kitchen with dining room and bar.

“The Tillery Tradition Pro Shop will help set apart the course from other local facilities. We believe its design is a perfect complement to the challenging course, and is something to showcase.”

CM Black President Emmitt Black

Western Avenue Baptist Church

Western Avenue Baptist Church

The 42,000 SF Educational Building ties in to the existing building and consists of wood framed walls with wooden trusses and brick veneer.

The facility includes a nursery, three serving kitchens and classrooms for children and adults. Included as a part of this project is a renovation of approximately 3,000 SF of the existing building with the addition of new parking lots and sidewalks.

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Hinds Feet Farm Phase I

Hinds Feet Farm Phase I

387544_271531546235395_886960860_nThis 3,330 SF rustic design Arts and Crafts facility (referred to as the Ark) consists of hand-hewed beams and rafters, exterior pealed log columns, rough sawed vertical siding, Tennessee stone veneer, and a standing seam copper roof. The interior contains custom heart pine and maple casework, custom light fixtures and heart pine doors, tile floors and granite counter tops.

The Ark is used to provide an enriched and nurturing environment for brain injury survivors through arts and crafts therapy, physical therapy, an alternative place to eat meals, and as a gathering place for families to spend with a loved one.

Tim Marburger Dodge

Tim Marburger Dodge

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This 45,000 SF single-story building features a showroom, service bays and office facilities. It is a combination of pre-engineered and structural steel with metal stud framing. The exterior is made up of synthetic materials and masonry with a pre-engineered standing seam roof. Special features include imported Italian porcelain tile floors, zolatone paint and custom-built casework.

“It took a real effort to blend both pre-engineered and custom construction together. Since this was not only an automotive show room, but also the dealer’s corporate headquarters, it was very important that finished building was a real showplace.”
Emmitt Black

“Our teams really worked well on this beautifully designed project by Yates/Chreitzberg, the architect of record. The buildings seamlessly combine pre-engineered and custom construction. The finished building speaks for itself. We are now building a second dealership for Tim Marburger in Shelby, N.C.”
Clinton M. Black II

“In a world of unfulfilled contracts and broken promises, CM Black delivered, did what they said they would do and when they promised to do it.”
“We are pleased to announce that we have chosen CM Black to build a Chrysler/Jeep/Nissan dealership for us in Shelby.”

Tim Marburger
President
Marburger Automotive Group

Albemarle City Hall

Albemarle City Hall

The renovation and expansion of the Albemarle City Hall was awarded the Best Public Building Improvement award by the North Carolina Main Street Center in 2010. The project added more than 30,000 square feet to the complex and also renovated the original 12,000 square foot structure. It will enable the city’s administrative functions to be consolidated into one facility.

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The project added more than 30,000 square feet to the complex and also renovated the original 12,000 square foot structure. It will enable the city’s administrative functions to be consolidated into one facility.

The historic city hall first opened in 1938. The facility includes a new city council chambers that can seat at least 100 people. The facility also has a community training room, a new audio/visual system, and a drive-through collections window. It can also be expanded if necessary.

One of the most impressive aspects of the project was that it was completed on time with a total project cost of $9.5 million, more than $1 million under the original budget.

“CM Black did a terrific job. All the comments I have received and heard here say the building couldn’t be any nicer. CM Black is to be commended. We were fortunate to have them on the project.”

Albemarle Mayor Elbert “Whit” Whitley Jr.

Wingate University Hayes Classroom

Wingate University Hayes Classroom

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The 13,000 square-foot Hayes Classroom building features wood frame and masonry veneer. It houses 11 state-of-the-art classrooms and two office suites. The classrooms are fully equipped for multi-media, web-based, interactive instruction, and provide a wireless computer environment for faculty and students.

The building is designed to complement the architecture of the adjacent and recently renovated Burris Hall, Wingate’s oldest classroom building dating back to 1933.

Shelby Motors Chrysler-Jeep-Nissan Building

Shelby Motors Chrysler-Jeep-Nissan Building

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The new Shelby Motors Chrysler-Jeep-Nissan dealership now consists of two buildings tied together with a drive-though canopy, totaling 21,245 SF. The facility is constructed of a pre-engineered building frame, metal studs and gypsum wallboard interior masonry walls, with a masonry and synthetic exterior finish.

 

 

 

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Wingate University Phase III Residence Hall

Wingate University’s newest Residence Hall was completed in 2010, 20 percent faster than similar projects due to the urgent need of the university, which faced record freshman enrollment. The 26,536 square foot 3-story structure consists of wood frame construction with exterior masonry veneer and vinyl siding.

The housing structure contains nine suites consisting of four shared bedrooms. Each bedroom has its own bathroom, common living area and kitchen.

“The new apartment building is beautiful and comfortable.”

Jerry McGee, Wingate University President

Wingate University Fine Arts Center/Auditorium

This 46,000 SF fine arts center/auditorium features a steel frame structural system and masonry veneer. The fine arts center/auditorium consists of a combination of theatrical and music departments. Special features of this facility include a main auditorium for seating 528 people, an auxiliary recital hall that seats 275 people and a secured gallery for storage of permanent art displays.

The main auditorium has a stage complete with theatrical rigging and a 400 SF orchestra pit nine feet below finished floor.

“Good communication and working closely with the architect made this project a success.”

Emmitt Black

“Hands on management, the ability to meet the architect’s and the owner’s requests on time made this a really successful project. We are fortunate to have great clients and team members that makes us look good.”

Clinton M. Black II

“During my 30-year career in higher education, I’ve been involved in the planning and construction of dozens of campus facilities. The most pleasant and successful project I have dealt with was the construction of the George Batte Fine Arts Center on the Wingate University campus. It was an absolute joy to work with Clinton and Emmitt Black and their entire staff. I recommend them with great enthusiasm.”

Jerry E. McGee
President
Wingate University

International Corporate Center (Phase I)

The 70,100 SF Flex Office/Warehouse Facility is a single-story structure consisting of a steel frame and precast concrete tilt-up wall construction with metal roof deck substrate. The facility is comprised of a roofing system that includes a mechanically fastened TPO membrane and an aluminum storefront window system with tinted insulated glass.

TASCA Race Team

The TASCA race team needed a facility centrally located in Concord, NC, considered by many to be the home of motorsports. With the addition of the new Z-Max Dragway, several NHRA teams have moved into the area to call Concord their home headquarters.

The building, which is nearly 10,000 square feet, is a pre-fabricated metal building. Inside the building are the offices for the Crew Chief and Co-Crew Chief. The rest of the race shop consists of mostly open area for fabrication and work performed on the 300 mph Funny Car. There is also a room dedicated to a blower dyno, where the crew can test/monitor/adjust the parameters of the supercharger that propels the car.

North Albemarle Baptist Church

The 13,000 SF Sanctuary is constructed of a structural steel frame, brick veneered with EIFS trim, metal stud interior framing and a standing seam roof. The new sanctuary includes a baptistery and encompasses the refurbished stained glass windows from the original church.

The 11,000 SF Family Life Center is a pre-engineered building with brick veneer and EIFS trim, metal stud interior framing and a standing seam roof. The Family Life Center includes a full gymnasium, commercial kitchen and youth assembly rooms.

The 2-story 13,000 SF Classroom Building is a pre-engineered building with brick veneer and EIFS trim, metal stud interior framing and a standing seam roof. The Classroom Building includes the administration offices, elevator, classrooms and prayer rooms.

Stanly County Family YMCA

The 13,500 SF natatorium addition features new locker rooms, shower facilities, offices and a state-of-the-art therapeutic pool facility. This addition consisted of a combination of masonry and structural steel, a single-ply roof system and interior metal stud framing.

“We really enjoyed working on this project. We think it reflects our abilities to work with the architect and owner to achieve a great facility on time and on budget.”

Emmitt Black

“This was an addition to an existing structure. We had good lines ofcommunication open at all times with the owner and team members. That’s critically important on a project of this nature.”

Clinton M. Black II

Cannon Memorial YMCA – West Branch Facility

The 65,000 SF West Branch facility is a two-story building consisting of precast and masonry walls with brick veneer. The new YMCA contains two pools (a 9-lane Cool Water Pool and Family Fun Pool), locker rooms, gymnasium, multi-purpose / aerobics rooms, wellness center, YMCA office and Northeast Medical Center Therapy and Fitness Area.

Barber-Scotia Honors Complex

Barber-Scotia Honors Complex

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The 7,000 SF Honors Complex is a single-story facility consisting of wood construction with brick veneer. The Complex consists of four individual pods linked together that will house eight students per pod. Each pod has a central kitchenette and living area, while the fourth pod consists of a computer classroom and resident’s quarters.

JHE Production Group Inc., Corporate Headquarters

The 28,400-square-foot JHE Production Group corporate headquarters building consists of pre-engineered metal with brick veneer wainscoting. The two-story structure combines 8,000 square feet of office space with a 20,400-square-foot warehouse component.

First Union

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A phase of restoration to the exterior of the First Union Bank building on Union Street in Concord has been completed. This restoration included masonry repair work, painting with fresh elastomeric coatings, the restoration of the old copper cornices and the replacement of the exterior fire escape stair which provides proper egress for future interior restoration and use of the building.

First Charter – Wilmar Financial Center

First Charter – Wilmar Financial Center

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The Wilmar Financial Center is a 2-level 21,511 SF branch bank. The facility is slab on grade and supported slab with steel frame construction. Exterior walls are precast concrete panels supported by the structural steel frame and structural concrete. The roofing systems is a standing seam metal roofing and a fully-adhered TPO membrane system on rigid, tapered insulation.

 

 

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First Charter – Port Village

First Charter – Port Village

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First Charter’s Port Village location on Highway 150 in Mooresville has undergone an expansion and renovation. The project added 1,964 SF of new office space and enlarged and updated the lobby area in the existing space. Exterior updates include the construction of a new entry tower on the front elevation and painting and roof replacement with the familiar First Charter red and white colors.

First Charter Cotswold Mall

First Charter Cotswold Mall

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First Charter – Cotswold Mall branch’s interior and exterior renovations have been completed. The interior scope of work consisted of the reconfiguration of interior offices, new casework, wallpaper, painting, and floor coverings. The existing roof was removed and replaced with a standing seam metal roof. The exterior received a new coat of paint along with new landscaping.

CT Communications Operations Center Addition

CT Communications Operations Center Addition

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The new addition to the operations facility consisted of an additional 12,700 SF. The same major building components used in the original building were utilized in this new addition.

“Building is basically a simple process. Plan together. Work together. Take pride in what you do. At the end of the day you have a good building and everyone’s happy.”

Clinton M. Black II

CT Communications Operations Center

CT Communications Operations Center

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This 12,400 SF single-story building functions as CT Communications’ operations facility. The building consists of steel frame construction with metal deck roof substrate and EPDM roofing. Exterior wall construction includes metal studs with composite metal wall panel systems. General interior partitions are comprised of metal studs with conventional drywall construction. This facility contains a generator and UPS system for emergency operation.

“There are plenty of things you can’t control — the weather for example. So you have to learn patience and flexibility. There are plenty of things you can control, however, so you have to learn your craft and learn discipline.”

Clinton M. Black II

S & D Coffee

S & D Coffee

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This new warehouse and roaster building includes a combined total of 72,000 SF. The warehouse consisted of a pre-engineered building, while the roaster building was made of structural steel and contained a pre-engineered skin.

“This was a pre-engineered building. Everyone worked well together and the bottom line was a happy customer.”

Emmitt Black

“Our experience with pre-engineered buildings really helped us meet this particular client’s expectations — on time and on budget.”

Clinton M. Black II

Oiles America Corporation

Oiles America Corporation

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With an exterior that consists of storefront glass and brick veneer and an interior that features both office and manufacturing uses, the recently completed 32,129 square-foot addition provides much needed space for the rapidly growing Oiles America Corporation. Oiles America, a worldwide supplier to the automotive industry, has undergone two expansions, increasing its Concord facility to 77,687 square feet.

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Nasco Supply

Nasco Supply

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This 120,000 SF pre-engineered warehouse was constructed to be used as a distribution facility that would need high-pile stacking. The warehouse features an extra reinforced concrete slab, ESFR sprinkler system, gas air-rotation HVAC and high bay lighting.

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“We understood how this project needed to go and we simply did it without fanfare.”

Clinton M. Black II

Juba Aluminum Products

Juba Aluminum Products

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This 38,000 SF corporate headquarters and warehouse consists of structural steel, composite metal wall panels and custom curtainwall. The facility features office space and a manufacturing area, along with additional flex space for future leasing.

“We sought out a contractor who conducted their business with the highest integrity, one who knew the full meaning of partnership and team work. We are pleased to announce that CM Black Construction Company met and exceeded all of our expectations of a first class general contractor.”

We were particularly pleased that the principals of the company gave very close personal attention to our project. The project was on time and within the original budget. We would recommend them to any owner and/or developer in the industry. What a great organization!

John Juba
President
Juba Aluminum Products Co., Inc.

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Harrisburg Fire Department

Harrisburg Fire Department

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This office building is utilized by both Harrisburg Fire Dept. personnel and Harrisburg Sheriff Dept. personnel. The 3,700 square-foot building is a single story, metal stud with brick veneer structure that includes offices for the Fire Chief and Sheriff. It also includes a training room for training purposes.

NorthEast Medical Center – Parking Deck

NorthEast Medical Center – Parking Deck

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The 800-car employee parking deck is located on the hospital’s main campus. The parking deck is constructed of precast concrete with ornamental brick accents. Additional components such as the stair towers and elevator cores have exterior fenestration and covered roofing elements.

Progressive Baptist Church

Progressive Baptist Church

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This 6,600-square-foot Fellowship Hall addition consists of a wood framed structure with exterior masonry veneer and an aluminum storefront entrance with windows. Housed in the traditionally-designed space are classrooms, offices, a kitchen area and new fellowship hall.

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First Assembly of God – Albemarle, NC

First Assembly of God – Albemarle, NC

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The new 654-seat sanctuary features a choir platform, baptistery, bridal room and a custom-built cross. Other touches include a state-of-the-art audio and video set up and dramatic stained glass windows.

The exterior of the 12,000-square-foot building consists of accent panels and brick veneer.

 

 

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Cabarrus Dance Academy

Cabarrus Dance Academy

DSC_0126This project is an approximately 9,000-square-foot pre-engineered building with a brick façade, EIFS accents, and aluminum storefront windows. A 4,500-sq-ft area will house The Cabarrus Dance Academy. The Cabarrus Dance Academy has a tile vestibule, carpeted waiting area, two dance studios and a multi-purpose room with a cush II maple flooring system and floor to ceiling mirrors, a dressing room, a teacher’s lounge, and a retail dance store. The remainder of the 4,500-sq-ft building is divided into three shell retail spaces for upfit by future tenants.

Cabarrus County Boys & Girls Club

Cabarrus County Boys & Girls Club

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This Boys & Girls Club’s facility consists of a 48,529 SF two-story building. The main level consists of approximately 32,123 SF and the upper level will consist of approximately 16,406 SF. The main components of the building are: main and practice gymnasiums, a kitchen/concessions area, toilets and showers, office area and various multi-purpose rooms and classrooms. The facility is composed of steel and masonry.

Boy Scouts of America Camp – John J. Barnhardt Pool Facility

Boy Scouts of America Camp – John J. Barnhardt Pool Facility

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A new swimming pool and pool house was built for the Boy Scouts of America at Camp John J. Barnhardt in New London, NC. The new swimming pool, which is 3,128 SF with a capacity of 113,000 gallons features reinforced concrete construction and was built by Paddock Pools of Rock Hill, SC.

The new pool house includes 3,040 SF of heated space with an additional 1,368 SF under roof to be used for outdoor instruction and training. The pool house construction consists of reinforced masonry walls with an engineered roof truss system. The facility includes a total of (18) toilets / urinals and (18) private showers including two private special needs dressing areas. Shower areas provide separate spaces to accommodate both male and female swimmers.

Exterior finishes include split face masonry with pre-finished vinyl boxing and architectural roof shingles. Interior walls, floors and ceilings have epoxy coatings.

Precision Eye Center

Precision Eye Center

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This 2,700 SF eye clinic consists of a structural steel main structure with metal stud wall construction for interior and exterior walls.

The exterior finish is composed of synthetic stucco (EIFS) with white storefront window components. The interior consists of three examination rooms with additional testing and laboratory rooms for preparing eye care products for clients.

Coltrane Life Center

Coltrane Life Center

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The Coltrane Life Center is a 10,600 SF adult care facility specializing in the daytime care needs of older adults. Building construction consists of traditional wood-frame methods with structural metal wall studs. The building’s exterior features extended overhangs and exposed rafters, providing both architectural appeal and covered outdoor activity spaces. Two secure courtyard areas provide additional areas for gardening and other activities for participants. The building’s exterior finishes include cedar shakes and board and batten siding with masonry veneer accents.Interior features of the facility include a full-service commercial kitchen, staff offices, therapy and treatment rooms, a beauty salon and areas for daytime programming.

“Having this facility is just like heaven. I can’t say enough positive things about CM Black Construction. Working with CM Black and our construction supervisor,Jennings Koontz, was wonderful. They were all so cooperative and would do anything I asked of them — even at 5 p.m. on a Friday afternoon. CM Black made the entire construction process a great experience.”

Susan Caudle
Executive Director
Coltrane Life Center

Wingate University – Cannon Hall Annex

Wingate University – Cannon Hall Annex

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The approximately 20,100 square-foot Cannon Hall Annex blends with the style of existing housing to create a unified look. The three-story structure, designed by Yates Chreitzberg Hughes Architects, contains nine suites consisting of four bedrooms. Each bedroom will accommodate two students and shares a bathroom, common living area and kitchen.