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On May 22, DCM participated in the official ribbon cutting for Uncommon Schools Haddon Avenue Camden Prep school. The school is part of the Uncommon Schools network of schools focused on starting and managing outstanding urban charter schools. The new school is also part of the Renaissance Schools Program of New Jersey. Both New Jersey Senator Donald Norcross and Camden Mayor Frank Moran were on hand to cut the ribbon. This project was part of a collaboration between DCM and KSS Architects. DCM performed MEP and fire protection services for the project.
DCM today announced that its work on the Rodino Vestibule and Building Renovations in Newark, NJ has earned the company a first-place national Excellence in Construction® Eagle Award from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) in the General Contractor: Federal Government/Military - Less than $15 million Category. Representatives from the company received the award March 21 during ABC’s 28th annual Excellence in Construction awards celebration in Long Beach, Calif. “Associated Builders and Contractors is proud to honor DCM with a best-in-class Excellence in Construction Eagle Award for their tremendous work in completing the Rodino Vestibule and Building Renovations safely, on time and budget,” said 2018 ABC National Chair George R Nash Jr., director of preconstruction at Branch & Associates in Herndon, Va. “The dedication to innovation, productivity and world-class craftsmanship demonstrated by DCM and its employees produced truly impressive results that any project owner would be proud of.”
Congratulations to the Rodino Vestibule project team! DCM received the Construction Merit Award for the Rodino Vestibule and Building Renovations project by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) New Jersey chapter. ABC represents more than 21,000 members from more than 19,000 construction and industry-related firms. In almost two years of ongoing construction, DCM received zero complaints from tenants and we requested not a single change order of the Owner. The project was delivered on time and within budget and now stands as an example of how DCM answered the challenges of a technical and demanding scope of work with precision to deliver a high performance and energy efficient; not to mention beautiful product.
DCM is pleased to announce that our design for the sidewalk/streetscape standards and Butler Park is near completion! Our firm is thrilled to have been part of the development of Brandywine Realty Trust's Knights Crossing, less than two miles from our headquarters. Our design concept symbolizes Camden’s history, using Whitman’s poem, Beat! Beat! Drums! as inspiration to link the impact of the Civil War on the city and the role that Camden resident, Dempsey Daniel Butler, played in the lives of newly freed slaves.
DCM is providing the architecture and engineering design for a new aircraft maintenance hangar and support building that houses office areas, storage, sleeping units and a training room. The 44,000 square feet of new construction will connect to an existing office building, absorbing and upgrading portions of the original facility. An existing fuel farm will also be demolished and relocated to accommodate the program, as well as allow for additional parking and other site improvements.
Working with the property developer, DCM completed the design to turn a six-story art-deco hotel structure in Camden’s historic center into modern apartments. Under a limited budget, our team created a new ADA-compliant layout for 31 desirable units in a very narrow building with numerous structural, historical, and space constraints. Despite these technical challenges and coordination with numerous reviewing agencies, DCM obtained permit drawings with only one submission!
 
On May 22, DCM participated in the official ribbon cutting for Uncommon Schools Haddon Avenue Camden Prep school. The school is part of the Uncommon Schools network of schools focused on starting and managing outstanding urban charter schools. The new school is also part of the Renaissance Schools Program of New Jersey. Both New Jersey Senator Donald Norcross and Camden Mayor Frank Moran were on hand to cut the ribbon. This project was part of a collaboration between DCM and KSS Architects. DCM performed MEP and fire protection services for the project.
DCM today announced that its work on the Rodino Vestibule and Building Renovations in Newark, NJ has earned the company a first-place national Excellence in Construction® Eagle Award from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) in the General Contractor: Federal Government/Military - Less than $15 million Category. Representatives from the company received the award March 21 during ABC’s 28th annual Excellence in Construction awards celebration in Long Beach, Calif. “Associated Builders and Contractors is proud to honor DCM with a best-in-class Excellence in Construction Eagle Award for their tremendous work in completing the Rodino Vestibule and Building Renovations safely, on time and budget,” said 2018 ABC National Chair George R Nash Jr., director of preconstruction at Branch & Associates in Herndon, Va. “The dedication to innovation, productivity and world-class craftsmanship demonstrated by DCM and its employees produced truly impressive results that any project owner would be proud of.”
Congratulations to the Rodino Vestibule project team! DCM received the Construction Merit Award for the Rodino Vestibule and Building Renovations project by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) New Jersey chapter. ABC represents more than 21,000 members from more than 19,000 construction and industry-related firms. In almost two years of ongoing construction, DCM received zero complaints from tenants and we requested not a single change order of the Owner. The project was delivered on time and within budget and now stands as an example of how DCM answered the challenges of a technical and demanding scope of work with precision to deliver a high performance and energy efficient; not to mention beautiful product.
DCM is pleased to announce that our design for the sidewalk/streetscape standards and Butler Park is near completion! Our firm is thrilled to have been part of the development of Brandywine Realty Trust's Knights Crossing, less than two miles from our headquarters. Our design concept symbolizes Camden’s history, using Whitman’s poem, Beat! Beat! Drums! as inspiration to link the impact of the Civil War on the city and the role that Camden resident, Dempsey Daniel Butler, played in the lives of newly freed slaves.
DCM is providing the architecture and engineering design for a new aircraft maintenance hangar and support building that houses office areas, storage, sleeping units and a training room. The 44,000 square feet of new construction will connect to an existing office building, absorbing and upgrading portions of the original facility. An existing fuel farm will also be demolished and relocated to accommodate the program, as well as allow for additional parking and other site improvements.
Working with the property developer, DCM completed the design to turn a six-story art-deco hotel structure in Camden’s historic center into modern apartments. Under a limited budget, our team created a new ADA-compliant layout for 31 desirable units in a very narrow building with numerous structural, historical, and space constraints. Despite these technical challenges and coordination with numerous reviewing agencies, DCM obtained permit drawings with only one submission!
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