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When our job is done, the exhilarating feeling that we started with, still remains. When a new job is about to break ground, there is a certain level of excitement for everyone, especially for the property owners who have been planning for quite a while. Our meetings with the owners are collaborative and productive as we progress. But the question is, how often do the owners still have that same level of optimism and excitement toward the end of the project? When you always act in the best interest of your client and treat the project or home as if it were your own, it is easy to maintain lasting trust well after you have completed the project. We are proud to say, that all those we have worked for can attest that the initial feeling they had which originally caused them to choose CMG, still remains long after we have completed our work. Furthermore, our eagerness to make sure that everything in their building is running properly never fades.

We invite you to browse the following pages to read the experiences from the clients that have entrusted Construction Management Group for their projects. CMG will gladly provide contact information for all our past clients upon request.

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…Salvatore and his team at CMG have been outstanding to work with.  Salvatore's strengths lie in 3 key areas: 1) His amazing attention to detail, 2) His knowledge and suggestions throughout the projects, 3) His ability to stay on budget.  Salvatore's attention for detail is unmatched.  He is a builder by trade, but an architect by heart.  He questions everything and is always striving to make things better and more beautiful... Salvatore made several recommendations to us as we progressed through construction that helped save us money and made our house more efficient.  A great example of this is our radiant cooling system that he brought to our attention and encouraged us to move ahead with.  We are now the first home on the east coast to have this amazing system - thanks to Salvatore...

- Ole Petter and Carolyn Ditlevsen -

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