CCM overseeing improvements at Gettysburg Area High School

Our Project Managers are currently providing oversight for renovations to Gettysburg Area School District’s High School building. The work includes the replacement of the HVAC system, fire protection system upgrades, flooring, restroom partitions, improvements to the cafeteria, and the replacement of lighting control systems.… Read More >

Central Pa.’s largest private company has a new 50-acre campus to call home with a slide in the lobby: Take a look inside

A giant spiral slide in the lobby. Numerous break rooms. A full-service cafeteria. A giant sign out front that changes colors. A game room with a pool table, e-sports stations and giant chess pieces. This may sound like the home of a large technology company in California but this new campus resides in Lower Paxton Township and is the new 50-acre home of a more than $4 billion dollar company.… Read More >

CCM helps showcase York’s role in the Articles of Confederation

Hard Bargains 1777 is a permanent public art installation celebrating decisions made in York, PA by the Second Continental Congress. CCM is providing Owner’s Representation for the construction of the outdoor art installation — an engaging contemporary sculpture to interpret historical events unique to York. It is expected to be complete in the Spring 2020. For more information, visit… Read More >

After eight decades, central Pa.’s largest private company is moving out of Harrisburg

CCM currently serves as Owner’s Rep for D&H Distributing, assisting them with the design and construction of their new offices. One of the Harrisburg area’s oldest and largest companies is about to make a major change. D&H Distributing in Harrisburg is one of the largest private companies in Pennsylvania at $3.9 billion, ranked fifth in the state and 109th in the country by Forbes.… Read More >

Sneak peek: Capitol Theatre’s $2 million facelift

The Capitol Theatre, originally built in 1906, is a 450-seat historic theatre located in the heart of downtown York city, next to the Strand Theatre on the corner of Philadelphia and George Streets.  This year, the Capitol underwent a $2 million facelift that included new seats, new restrooms (including one that is ADA accessible), improved sightlines, an expanded lobby, expanded concessions areas and a new wall to eliminate light and noise disruptions.… Read More >
Hershey Homeschool-Day

Hershey Story Museum offers day for home-schooled students

Home-schoolers can learn about Milton Hershey, the town of Hershey, Pa. and the town of Hershey, Cuba. Students also will visit the Chocolate Lab to learn about cacao beans, where they are grown and how they are made into Hershey’s Chocolate.  Students also will have the opportunity to make their own candy bar. Also included is a scavenger hunt in the museum’s galleries.… Read More >

Lebanon Valley College Dedicates $20 Million Arnold Health Professions Pavilion

The Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion opened officially today as the new home of the College’s Athletic Training, Exercise Science, and Physical Therapy programs. An extraordinary $10 million gift from Jeanne Donlevy Arnold H’08, a member of the College’s Board of Trustees, and Edward H. Arnold H’87, trustee emeritus, as well as gifts from many other friends of Lebanon Valley College, brought the $20 million-dollar facility to life.… Read More >