Construction Today - Volume 16, Issue 2 - 72
COVER STORY: COLLABORATIVE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
CCM enjoys being a
boutique firm that succeeds
with organic growth.
nance, management and operation of the asset. We provide a cradleto-grave alternative to conventional construction managers and
general contractors. In fact, we've been doing this so long that we've
already converted two buildings for the second time, for different
owners, 20 years apart."
As "pure construction managers," CCM subcontracts everything,
Siciliani notes. "We understand that you are only as strong as your
weakest link, and we take great pride in the fact that many of our
subcontractors and consultants have been working together with us
from the very beginning," he says.
All of CCM's clients are repeat customers, which speaks to the
company's level of integrity, according to Siciliani. "I think it also
speaks directly to the trust that people place in our unique skills
and ability," he says. "We look at things holistically from the owner's
perspective. We steer the systems design and material to ensure
flexibility for operations and maintenance in the future."
Making It Happen
As construction managers, CCM takes on three to four projects at
any given time, working with anywhere from 600 to 700 on-site
tradesmen. Its in-house staff is comprised of 25 employees, most
of who have worked together on various projects for more than
twenty years. CCM enjoys a unique position in its market. "While
we work on very large scale projects, we are a boutique firm that
has grown organically, our culture is naturally all hands on deck,
and our clients really appreciate that level of responsiveness,"
One of its latest projects is 180 Water Street in New York City.
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