Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square and Lancaster County Convention Center

Capital Construction Management represented Penn Square Partners in the construction of the $178 million convention center complex in downtown Lancaster that includes a 300-room, full-service Marriott hotel and 90,000 square feet of combined meeting and convention space. CCM provided full-time on-site representation to oversee daily activities of multiple prime contractors and the construction manager throughout the construction, fit-out, move-in, and opening of the facility in 2009.… read more.

Hershey Volunteer Fire Company

CCM was hired in the early stages of schematic design as the overall program manager for the renovation of this historic structure involving many different community stakeholders. Using an integrated project delivery approach, we built consensus around a design that reduced scope creep and kept the project within its $7 million budget while meeting the group’s shared goals. The project was completed on schedule and will ensure that one of the busiest Fire Companies in the mid‐state is positioned to support the community for the next 50 years.… read more.

Milton and Catherine Hershey Conservatory at the Hershey Gardens

As the program manager for a new 17,000 square foot conservatory, horticultural hall and butterfly atrium, Capital Construction Management provided guidance throughout the feasibility study, design professional selections, all phases of design, contractor selection and construction phases of the project. The new facility was developed through an integrated project delivery approach. The contractor was brought on board early in the design stage utilizing a CM GMP contract.… read more.

Devon Seafood Grill at the Hershey Press Building

The Devon Seafood Grill’s concept is to deliver the highest quality seafood from catch to plate in no more than 72 hours. The entire project embodied this focus on high quality. Capital Construction Management was hired as the owner’s representative for this multiple prime project. The Architect, located in California, relied heavily upon our on site management of the project team to ensure that their vision and compliance to the prototypical design was accomplished in this renovation.… read more.

The Hershey Story Museum

Capital Construction Management was hired as part of the owner’s team to assist The Milton S. Hershey Foundation with construction of The Hershey Story Museum. This project was the first monumental building to be built in downtown Hershey in the past 75 years. The project was delivered using a Construction Management at-risk Guaranteed Maximum Price contract and included public funding through the RACP program.… read more.

Hershey Intermodal Transportation Center

Capital Construction Management, LLC, was hired to provide technical, cost control and schedule support to the owner on this intermodal project in downtown Hershey, PA. The project was technically challenging due to proximity of the construction to existing structures, the driven pile foundation systems for the new structures, numerous utility relocations, the amount of work within the railroad right-of-way and new structures crossing over a busy and operational rail line. … read more.

Tröegs Brewery

After outgrowing their original Harrisburg, PA, location, Tröegs Brewery elected to convert a former Hershey Company warehouse/manufacturing facility into their new state-of-the-art brewery. CCM was hired by the landlord as the owner’s representative to oversee the tenant improvements during the conversion. We worked closely with the tenant, general contractor, and designers to complete this design-build renovation and create a popular new Hershey venue.… read more.

Houlihan’s Restaurant & Bar

Capital Construction Management acted as the owner’s representative for this multiple prime project delivery. The mechanical and electrical engineering and construction was completed using a design-build contract, while the general trades work was completed through a general contractor. Our responsibility was to ensure that the entire project team remained coordinated, on schedule, and on budget. We provided purchasing and expediting services for the FF&E and OS&E through the start-up and commissioning of the restaurant.… read more.

Hershey Press Building

The Hershey Press Building was built in 1916 by Milton Hershey to house the printing presses for his chocolate company. Over the years, it was adapted for many uses, last serving as a department store before it was vacated. In 2004, Hershey Entertainment and Resorts undertook the repurposing of this historic structure into their corporate headquarters. The facility also houses several restaurants.… read more.

Hershey Links Club House

Capital Construction Management was engaged as the owners representative for the construction of this LEED-certified clubhouse / restaurant. We were responsible for managing the project team that included an architect, civil engineer, and contractor, who in turn engaged mechanical and electrical contractors with design-build responsibilities. A very intense collaborative effort ensured that the LEED Certification requirements were met as the building progressed through the design and construction stages.… read more.