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Company Information

C & C Construction Management Inc., founded in 1990 has been in business for over thirty-two years and has grown into a versatile construction management and general contracting firm, specializing and solely dedicated to the senior living market including Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation and Affordable housing.

C & C Construction Management., Inc. is licensed to do business in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware We have successfully completed over 250 projects in the Skilled Nursing and Senior Living markets from add-a-bed programs to developing single and multi-story campuses over 250,000 s.f.

C & C Organizational Charts 

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Pre-Construction Phase Team

Construction Phase Team

Pre-Construction Staff Experience And Resumes

David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia

DAVID RAKSZAWSKI, CHC
Senior Project Manager

C & C Construction Management Inc., 2006 – Present

PROFILE

Responsibilities include
•      Assisting estimating team with descoping and awarding of contracts to subcontractors
•      Creating and maintaining project schedule and budget
•      Managing project scope and changes
•      Setting goals and tracking project performance
•      Developing comprehensive logistics plans
•      Managing resources to achieve project objectives
•      Providing project status reports and updates
•      Documenting meeting minutes for subcontractor and owner meetings
•      Coordinating bi-weekly project meetings with owners/design team and documenting meeting
minutes

EDUCATION

• CHC Certified Healthcare Constructor, January 2019
• Silica Awareness, 2019
• Asbestos Awareness, 2019
• Fall Protection, 2019
• 30-Hour OSHA Training, March 2015
• Mold Prevention and Awareness Training Certificate, January 2012
• Temple University, BS Construction Management 2011

PROFICIENT IN

• Procore
• Submittal Exchange
• Microsoft Project
• Bluebeam
• Primavera

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Princeton Community Village – Princeton, NJ
New (3) story affordable family apartment units
Heartis – Senior. Living. – Warminster, PA
Construction of 162,000 square foot of independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments. The community will feature large, secured courtyards and walking paths; beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens; game and activity rooms; a large dining room serving chef-prepared, home-cooked meals; ongoing social and recreational activities; a beauty parlor and barber shop; relaxing common areas; & luxurious finishes.
Manalapan Senior Living – Manalapan, NJ
Construction of 57,775 square foot one story assisted living facility. The assisted living facility will contain 60 residential units, common spaces and amenity spaces.
1830 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
Demolition of exterior balconies on the east elevation and replacing the existing concrete on metal deck with metal galvanized grating.
Winchester Gardens, Maplewood, NJ
Multi-phased project consisting of new assisted living additions, renovations to the existing healthcare, independent living apartments and common areas
Wayne Senior Sisco Village
New common area additions and complete renovation to (242) occupied apartments
Brookside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Roslyn, PA
Addition and renovations to existing healthcare facility
Meadow Lakes Skilled Nursing Center – Hightstown, NJ
Interior renovations to an existing Building No. 5 Apartments, Arts & Crafts and Stained Glass Studio
Daughters of Israel – West Orange, NJ
Renovations to occupied facility
Navesink Harbor – Red Bank, NJ
Construction of a new 8-story Senior Living Community, including renovations of the existing 14-story tower
Foothill Acres Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Hillsborough, NJ
New 2-Story, 108,000 S.F. 240-Bed Healthcare Center
Manchester Senior Housing HMFA #02941 – Whiting, NJ
Interior Renovations to existing apartments and Common Areas

Frank Stoltz Director of Project Development

FRANK STOLTZ , LEED APBD+C
Senior Estimator

C & C Construction Management Inc., 2016 – Present

PROFILE

Director of Project Development at C&C Construction Management with experience in conceptual/design
development estimating and an expertise in sustainable construction.

EDUCATION

Pennsylvania State University
B.S., Structural Design and Construction Engineering, May 1999

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

C&C Construction Management – Philadelphia, PA
Senior Estimator – 2016 to Current

•      Oversee Estimating Department
•      Manage Pre-Construction Process from Conceptual through Final Design
o Develop Conceptual and Schematic Estimates Utilizing Historical/Benchmark Cost Data
o Solicit Pricing for and Coordinate Site Surveys – Geotech, Haz. Mat., Utility Mark Out
o Coordinate Investigative Work
o Produce Design Development and Final Construction Estimates
o Perform Constructability Reviews
o Compile Value Engineering List for Owner/Design Team Consideration
o Prepare Construction Schedules
o Schedule/Attend Design Coordination Meetings
o Prepare Logistics/Phasing Plans
Dale Corporation – Glenside, PA
Senior Estimator 2008 to 2016
•      Lead Estimator on the Following notable Awarded Projects:
o Residential Projects
•      Queen Lane Redevelopment – $20M
•      Strawberry Mansion and Oakdale Street Redevelopment – $22M
•      UFAS Renovations at (4) Sites – $30M
o Commercial Projects
•      Dining Hall at Rosemont College – $3.8M
•      Addition and Renovation at the King of Prussia Mall – $17M
•      PHA Office Fit-Out – $4M
•      Completed LEED and Passive House Certification Cost Estimates for Projects

David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia

VINCENT CELENZA JR.
Project Manager, Scheduling

C & C Construction Management Inc., 2016 – Present
PROFILE

Responsibilities include: 

  • Managing office support project engineer team & all field Project Managers & Superintendents 
  • Assuring company policies & procedures are being followed including:
    • Budget Control 
    • Planning 
    • Scheduling
    • Quality Control
    • Safety
EDUCATION
Drexel University, 2016, Bachelor’s Degree in Business w/Marketing concentration and Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Proficient in Microsoft Project, Expedition, Procore and Primavera
PROFICIENT IN

• Procore
• Submittal Exchange
• Microsoft Project
• Bluebeam
• Primavera

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Princeton Community Village – Princeton, NJ
New (3) story affordable family apartment units
Heartis – Senior. Living. – Warminster, PA
Construction of 162,000 square foot of independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments. The community will feature large, secured courtyards and walking paths; beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens; game and activity rooms; a large dining room serving chef-prepared, home-cooked meals; ongoing social and recreational activities; a beauty parlor and barber shop; relaxing common areas; & luxurious finishes.
Manalapan Senior Living – Manalapan, NJ
Construction of 57,775 square foot one story assisted living facility. The assisted living facility will contain 60 residential units, common spaces and amenity spaces.
1830 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
Demolition of exterior balconies on the east elevation and replacing the existing concrete on metal deck with metal galvanized grating.
Winchester Gardens, Maplewood, NJ
Multi-phased project consisting of new assisted living additions, renovations to the existing healthcare, independent living apartments and common areas
Renaissance Healthcare – Philadelphia, PA
Interior alteration to occupied nursing home
Manchester Senior Housing HMFA #02941 – Whiting, NJ
Interior Renovations to existing apartments and Common Areas
Park Corner Apartments – Paterson, NJ
Construction of a new Mixed Use Building approximately 15,000 SF
Brookside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Roslyn, PA
Addition and renovations to existing healthcare facility
Wiley Christian Retirement Community – Marlton, NJ
Renovations to existing apartments and healthcare facility
Daughters of Israel – West Orange, NJ
Renovations to occupied facility
David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia

Tyler Fino
Estimator

C & C Construction Management Inc., 2008 – Present
PROFILE

The Estimator position prepares work to be estimated by gathering proposals, blueprints, specifications, and related documents. Identifies labor, material, and time requirements by studying proposals, blueprints, specifications, and related documents.

EDUCATION
Temple University, 2015
Bachelor of Science and Minor in Business Management

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Develops estimates and proposals to be delivered to clients

· Experienced in Negotiated and Competitive Bids

· Can see the estimating process through from start to finish

· Compiles bids/takeoffs and obtains proposals from vendors and subcontractors to insure we have the right number.

· Coordinates with Architects and Engineers to plan site visits and submit RFIs

· Conducts bid handoff/review meetings with the President and Project Management team after bid awards to review scope and strategize.

Project Staff Experience And Resumes

David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia

DAVID RAKSZAWSKI, CHC
Senior Project Manager

C & C Construction Management Inc., 2006 – Present

PROFILE

Responsibilities include
•      Assisting estimating team with descoping and awarding of contracts to subcontractors
•      Creating and maintaining project schedule and budget
•      Managing project scope and changes
•      Setting goals and tracking project performance
•      Developing comprehensive logistics plans
•      Managing resources to achieve project objectives
•      Providing project status reports and updates
•      Documenting meeting minutes for subcontractor and owner meetings
•      Coordinating bi-weekly project meetings with owners/design team and documenting meeting
minutes

EDUCATION

• CHC Certified Healthcare Constructor, January 2019
• Silica Awareness, 2019
• Asbestos Awareness, 2019
• Fall Protection, 2019
• 30-Hour OSHA Training, March 2015
• Mold Prevention and Awareness Training Certificate, January 2012
• Temple University, BS Construction Management 2011

PROFICIENT IN

• Procore
• Submittal Exchange
• Microsoft Project
• Bluebeam
• Primavera

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Princeton Community Village – Princeton, NJ
New (3) story affordable family apartment units
Heartis – Senior. Living. – Warminster, PA
Construction of 162,000 square foot of independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments. The community will feature large, secured courtyards and walking paths; beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens; game and activity rooms; a large dining room serving chef-prepared, home-cooked meals; ongoing social and recreational activities; a beauty parlor and barber shop; relaxing common areas; & luxurious finishes.
Manalapan Senior Living – Manalapan, NJ
Construction of 57,775 square foot one story assisted living facility. The assisted living facility will contain 60 residential units, common spaces and amenity spaces.
1830 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
Demolition of exterior balconies on the east elevation and replacing the existing concrete on metal deck with metal galvanized grating.
Winchester Gardens, Maplewood, NJ
Multi-phased project consisting of new assisted living additions, renovations to the existing healthcare, independent living apartments and common areas
Wayne Senior Sisco Village
New common area additions and complete renovation to (242) occupied apartments
Brookside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Roslyn, PA
Addition and renovations to existing healthcare facility
Meadow Lakes Skilled Nursing Center – Hightstown, NJ
Interior renovations to an existing Building No. 5 Apartments, Arts & Crafts and Stained Glass Studio
Daughters of Israel – West Orange, NJ
Renovations to occupied facility
Navesink Harbor – Red Bank, NJ
Construction of a new 8-story Senior Living Community, including renovations of the existing 14-story tower
Foothill Acres Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Hillsborough, NJ
New 2-Story, 108,000 S.F. 240-Bed Healthcare Center
Manchester Senior Housing HMFA #02941 – Whiting, NJ
Interior Renovations to existing apartments and Common Areas

David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia
STEPHANIE LONG
Project Administrator

C & C Construction Management Inc., 2017 – Present

PROFILE

A project administrator is responsible for various administrative duties surrounding a project.

EDUCATION
  • LaSalle University, 2014
  • Bachelor of Science
PROFICIENT IN

• Procore
• Submittal Exchange
• Microsoft Project
• Bluebeam
• Primavera

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Contact and follow-up with subcontractors and vendors to obtain bids
  • Assist estimating in compiling proposal documents per ITB requirements Obtain certificates of insurance and W-9’s from all vendors
  • Assist project managers in submitting requests for information (RFI’s)
  • Create and maintain complete project folders in accordance with company policies and procedures. Distribute Drawing and Specifications through ProCore
  • Complete permit applications and work with prime contractors to complete their applications. Coordinate workshops and meetings with owners and/or subcontractors
  • Assist in the preparation and follow up of change orders as needed
  • Prepare and procure final documents ft om subcontractors including as-built’s
  • Manage all payroll certificates from subcontractors, including collecting and submission to state agencies. (Prevailing Projects only)
  • Manage Healthcare plans and communications from employees including life events. Assist Accounts Payable and Receivable Department
  • Maintain various databases including project and subcontract lists
  • Maintain spreadsheet of future world and contacts
David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia

GINA TRACY
CFO

C & C Construction Management Inc., September 1990 – Present
PROFILE
Responsibilities include

  • Project Costs
  • Budgeting
  • AIA Invoicing
  • Accounts payable & receivable
  • Processing Change Orders
  • All related financial reports
EDUCATION
Philadelphia Community College, 1989

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

From the beginning, Gina Tracy has contributed largely to the success of C & C Construction Management, Inc. Gina began working in the industry in 1987, while attending PCC, she worked for Paskil Construction as an administrative assistant. Through her experiences at Paskil, she gained experience in budgeting, scheduling, AIA documentation, payroll and taxes. Gina is proficient in using Primavera and Expedition as well. She has since taken on the role of Comptroller at C & C Construction Management, Inc. and her skills, experiences, and proficiencies in preparing documentation for HUD, HMFA, and NJCRA play a vital role in the financial and accounting departments.

David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia
GARY GRISAFI
Safety Officer
C & C Construction Management Inc., 2008 – Present
PROFILE

Responsibilities include: 

  • Responsible for compliance of OSHA regulations practiced by C & C Construction Management Inc. and its Sub-Contractors which include: Journeymen, Plumbers, Excavators, Insulators, Electricians, Demolition, Roofers and all Sub-Contractors
  • Write inspection reports and accident/incident, fatality investigation reports, toolbox talks and training.
  • Author of C & C Safety Manual
  • EDUCATION
    Drexel University, 2016, Bachelor’s Degree in Business w/Marketing concentration and Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    Proficient in Microsoft Project, Expedition, Procore and Primavera

    CERTIFICATES & TRAINING

    COVID-19: Certificate in Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 –OSHAcademy, May, 2020
    Mass Climber: Safety and Operation trained, Northeast Mast Climbers, 2019
    Certificate to meet requirements of 29 CFR 1926.500 Subpart M, Fall Protection – Med Tex Services, May 2019
    OSHA 500 course, Mid Atlantic OTI Education Center, 2019, authorized OSHA instructor
    OSHA 510 course. Mid Atlantic OTI Education Center, 2018
    Safety Training: OSHA (OCCUPATION SAFETY AND HEALTH) – 10 Hour Construction Course. Philadelphia L&I & Mid Atlantic Construction Safety Council, 2016
    Certificate to meet requirements of 29 CFR 1926 Subpart M, Fall Protection – Med Tex Services, May, 2012
    Certificate on Competent Person for Fall Protection Equipment Inspection – Med Tex Services and MSA, June, 2009
    Certificate in Safety Inspections 10 hour course– National Safety Council (Chesapeake Region Safety Council) February, 2009
    Safety Training: OSHA (OCCUPATION SAFETY AND HEALTH) – 30 Hour Construction Course. Mid Atlantic Construction Safety Council, 2008
    Certificate on OSHA 300 Record keeping – OSHA Academy Safety Training Network, August, 2008.
    Certificate on Introduction to Safety Management – OSHA Academy Safety Training Network, July, 2008
    Certificate on Effective Accident Investigation – OSHA Academy Safety Training Network, July, 2008
    Certificate on Conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) – OSHA Academy Safety Training Network, July, 2008
    Online Excavation Competent Person Class – Construction Safety Council, May 2008.
    Certificate on Personal Protection Equipment – course ID – FFCS_SH021 – Learning Management Express, June 2008
    Safety Training: OSHA (OCCUPATION SAFETY AND HEALTH) – 30 Hour Construction
    Course at GBCA. 1998
    Certificate on Confined Space Entry per OSHA CFR – 1910 – 146 requirements. Instructed by “Industrial Safety Products” May 1998
    Trained and Certified, completing a program on the Operation of Aerial Lifts (Train the Trainer for AWP Safety) 1998
    David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia
    ROBERT MOSER
    Senior Superintendent

    C & C Construction Management Inc., 1990 – Present

    PROFILE
    Responsibilities overseeing all aspects of the project:

    • Maintain schedule & budget
    • Coordination and layout with all trade subcontractors
    • Arranging all field inspections with local authorities
    • Coordination of third-party quality control engineers
    • Ensuring the safety & compliance of the site
    EDUCATION
    OSHA 30, 2015
    Carpentry Apprenticeship Program 1981 – 1986

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Heartis – Senior. Living. – Warminster, PA
    Construction of 162,000 square foot of independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments. The community will feature large, secured courtyards and walking paths; beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens; game and activity rooms; a large dining room serving chef-prepared, home-cooked meals; ongoing social and recreational activities; a beauty parlor and barber shop; relaxing common areas; & luxurious finishes.
    Winchester Gardens, Maplewood, NJ
    Multi-phased project consisting of new assisted living additions, renovations to the existing healthcare, independent living apartments and common areas
    Wiley Christian Retirement Community – Marlton, NJ
    Renovations to existing apartments and healthcare facility
    Brookside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Roslyn, PA
    Addition and renovations to existing healthcare facility
    Daughters of Israel – West Orange, NJ
    Renovations to occupied facility
    The Atrium at Navesink Harbor – Red Bank, NJ
    Construction of a new 8-story Senior Living Community, including renovations of the existing 14-story tower
    Foothill Acres Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Hillsborough, NJ
    New 2-Story, 108,000 S.F. 240-Bed Healthcare Center
    The Oaks At Tom’s River – Toms River, NJ
    New 3-Story, 85 Unit Senior Housing Facility
    Medford Leas – Medford, NJ
    New addition to the Community Building
    Crestwood Manor – Whiting, NJ
    New Amenity addition and renovations including Café, Library, Billiards Room and Natatorium
    Stafford by the Bay – Manahawkin, NJ
    New 70,000 3-Story Senior Housing Facility
    The Elms of Cranbury – Cranbury, NJ
    2-Phase project 63,000 SF with outpatient physical therapy including hydrotherapy pool
    The Orchards of Bartley – Jackson, NJ (received Associated Builder’s & Contractors Award)
    New 73,000 SF Assisted Living facility, including Alzheimer Wing and Main Street concept amenities wing
    Richboro Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Richboro, PA
    New (120) bed skilled nursing facilities The Hopkins House Nursing & Rehab Center – Wyncote, PA
    Multiple additions and renovations to existing (3) story facility. Allowing total bed count to be (106)
    Sean Crowley of C & C Construction Management in Philadelphia
    SEAN CROWLEY
    Project Manager, Submittals

    C & C Construction Management Inc., 2003 – Present

    PROFILE

    Responsibilities include:
    •      Managing office support project engineer team & all field Project Managers & Superintendents
    •      Assuring company policies & procedures are being followed including:
                   o Budget Control
                   o Planning
                   o Scheduling
                   o Quality Control
                   o Safety

    EDUCATION

    Temple University, 2002, Construction Engineering
    Proficient in AutoCAD, Expedition and Primavera

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Heartis – Senior. Living. – Warminster, PA
    Construction of 162,000 square foot of independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments. The community will feature large, secured courtyards and walking paths; beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens; game and activity rooms; a large dining room serving chef-prepared, home-cooked meals; ongoing social and recreational activities; a beauty parlor and barber shop; relaxing common areas; & luxurious finishes.
    1830 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
    Demolition of exterior balconies on the east elevation and replacing the existing concrete on metal deck with metal galvanized grating.
    Advanced Subacute Care & Rehabilitation Center – Sewell, NJ
    Demolition of (3) existing wings and construction of (3) new wings totaling 36,000-square-feet. The new building includes new resident rooms, PT/OT Suites, new nurses station, dining rooms, day room, and (2) new building entrances.
    Winchester Gardens, Maplewood, NJ
    Multi-phased project consisting of new assisted living additions, renovations to the existing healthcare, independent living apartments and common areas
    Renaissance Healthcare – Philadelphia, PA
    Interior alteration to occupied nursing home
    Manchester Senior Housing HMFA #02941 – Whiting, NJ
    Interior Renovations to existing apartments and Common Areas
    Park Corner Apartments – Paterson, NJ
    Construction of a new Mixed Use Building approximately 15,000 SF
    Brookside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Roslyn, PA
    Addition and renovations to existing healthcare facility
    Wiley Christian Retirement Community – Marlton, NJ
    Renovations to existing apartments and healthcare facility
    Daughters of Israel – West Orange, NJ
    Renovations to occupied facility
    The Atrium at Navesink Harbor – Red Bank, NJ
    Construction of a new 8-story Senior Living Community, including renovations of the existing 14-story tower
    Foothill Acres Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Hillsborough, NJ
    New 2-Story, 108,000 S.F. 240-Bed Healthcare Center
    Medford Leas – Medford, NJ
    New addition to the Community Building
    Interior renovations and alterations to the Atrium, Reception area and the Gift Shop
    Meadow Lakes Skilled Nursing Center – Hightstown, NJ
    Additions and interior renovations to an existing skilled nursing center (multi-phased project)
    Crestwood Manor – Whiting, NJ
    New Amenity addition and renovations including Café, Library, Billiards Room and Natatorium
    Monmouth Care Center – Long Branch, NJ
    Multi-phased project including additions and renovations to an occupied healthcare facility and renovating of kitchen while in operation.
    Gloucester Manor Healthcare – Sewell, NJ
    Renovations of an occupied 67,000 SF long-term care facility maintain bed count to preserve revenue
    Plainfield Tower West – Plainfield, NJ
    Complete Renovations of existing occupied senior housing community including all Interior Units, Hallways, Fire Systems and complete window replacement
    Sean Crowley of C & C Construction Management in Philadelphia
    CHARLIE GRIFFIN
    BIM  Coordinator
    C & C Construction Management Inc., 2020 – Present
    PROFILE
    Responsibilities include overseeing and managing all facets of the project including:

    • Coordinates the process of generating and managing digital models of projects plans
    • Review 3D Models from consultants and contractors
    • Identify inconsistencies and reconditioning data to provide accurate and usable data that reflects the intent of the design model.
    • Review with the Project Management Team layouts in order to highlight any design issues if any.
    • Liaise with other team members to produce design solution as per best design practice.
    EDUCATION
    • Bachelor of Science, Construction Management, 2020
    • OSHA 30 Certified

    PROFICIENT IN

    • Procore
    • Bluebeam
    • REVIT
    • Autodesk
    • Microsoft Project

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Princeton Community Village – Princeton, NJ
    New (3) story affordable family apartment units
    Manalapan Senior Living – Manalapan, NJ
    Construction of 57,775 square foot one story assisted living facility. The assisted living facility will contain 60 residential units, common spaces and amenity spaces.
    Crane’s Mill Town Center Renovation- West Caldwell, NJ
    Interior renovations to exiting community’s town center of approximately 9.344 square feet.

    BIM Example 

    David Rakszawski of C & C Construction Management Inc. based in Philadelphia

    VINCENT CELENZA JR.
    Project Manager, Scheduling

    C & C Construction Management Inc., 2016 – Present
    PROFILE

    Responsibilities include: 

    • Managing office support project engineer team & all field Project Managers & Superintendents 
    • Assuring company policies & procedures are being followed including:
      • Budget Control 
      • Planning 
      • Scheduling
      • Quality Control
      • Safety
    EDUCATION
    Drexel University, 2016, Bachelor’s Degree in Business w/Marketing concentration and Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    Proficient in Microsoft Project, Expedition, Procore and Primavera
    PROFICIENT IN

    • Procore
    • Submittal Exchange
    • Microsoft Project
    • Bluebeam
    • Primavera

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Princeton Community Village – Princeton, NJ
    New (3) story affordable family apartment units
    Heartis – Senior. Living. – Warminster, PA
    Construction of 162,000 square foot of independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments. The community will feature large, secured courtyards and walking paths; beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens; game and activity rooms; a large dining room serving chef-prepared, home-cooked meals; ongoing social and recreational activities; a beauty parlor and barber shop; relaxing common areas; & luxurious finishes.
    Manalapan Senior Living – Manalapan, NJ
    Construction of 57,775 square foot one story assisted living facility. The assisted living facility will contain 60 residential units, common spaces and amenity spaces.
    1830 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
    Demolition of exterior balconies on the east elevation and replacing the existing concrete on metal deck with metal galvanized grating.
    Winchester Gardens, Maplewood, NJ
    Multi-phased project consisting of new assisted living additions, renovations to the existing healthcare, independent living apartments and common areas
    Renaissance Healthcare – Philadelphia, PA
    Interior alteration to occupied nursing home
    Manchester Senior Housing HMFA #02941 – Whiting, NJ
    Interior Renovations to existing apartments and Common Areas
    Park Corner Apartments – Paterson, NJ
    Construction of a new Mixed Use Building approximately 15,000 SF
    Brookside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Roslyn, PA
    Addition and renovations to existing healthcare facility
    Wiley Christian Retirement Community – Marlton, NJ
    Renovations to existing apartments and healthcare facility
    Daughters of Israel – West Orange, NJ
    Renovations to occupied facility
    Wes Troutman

    WES TROUTMAN
    Quality Control

    C & C Construction Management Inc., 2004 – Present

    PROFILE
    Responsibilities include:

    • Inspect a project before, during and after construction to ensure compliance with all safety and quality specifications.
    • Conduct audits on the project
    • Maintaining a safe work environment according to all OSHA, C&C and site safely policies
    EDUCATION
    OSHA 30 Certified

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Advanced Subacute Care & Rehabilitation Center – Sewell, NJ
    Demolition of (3) existing wings and construction of (3) new wings totaling 36,000-square-feet. The new building includes new resident rooms, PT/OT Suites, new nurses station, dining rooms, day room, and (2) new building entrances.
    1830 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
    Demolition of exterior balconies on the east elevation and replacing the existing concrete on metal deck with metal galvanized grating.
    Manchester Senior Housing HMFA #02941 – Whiting, NJ
    Interior Renovations to existing apartments and Common Areas
    Park Corner Apartments – Paterson, NJ
    Construction of a new Mixed Use Building approximately 15,000 SF
    Brookside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Roslyn, PA
    Addition and renovations to existing healthcare facility
    Wiley Christian Retirement Community – Marlton, NJ
    Renovations to existing apartments and healthcare facility
    Daughters of Israel – West Orange, NJ
    Renovations to occupied facility
    The Atrium at Navesink Harbor – Red Bank, NJ
    Construction of a new 8-story Senior Living Community, including renovations of the existing 14-story tower
    Foothill Acres Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – Hillsborough, NJ
    New 2-Story, 108,000 S.F. 240-Bed Healthcare Center
    Medford Leas – Medford, NJ
    New addition to the Community Building
    Interior renovations and alterations to the Atrium, Reception area and the Gift Shop
    Meadow Lakes Skilled Nursing Center – Hightstown, NJ
    Additions and interior renovations to an existing skilled nursing center (multi-phased project)
    Crestwood Manor – Whiting, NJ
    New Amenity addition and renovations including Café, Library, Billiards Room and Natatorium
    Monmouth Care Center – Long Branch, NJ
    Multi-phased project including additions and renovations to an occupied healthcare facility and renovating of kitchen while in operation.
    Gloucester Manor Healthcare – Sewell, NJ
    Renovations of an occupied 67,000 SF long-term care facility maintain bed count to preserve revenue

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    Heartis – Senior Living

    Warminster, PA

    Construction of 162,000 square foot of independent living, assisted living and memory care apartments. The community will feature large, secured courtyards and walking paths; beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens; game and activity rooms; a large dining room serving chef-prepared, home-cooked meals; ongoing social and recreational activities; a beauty parlor and barber shop; relaxing common areas; & luxurious finishes

    GMP Project
    Owner: Caddis Partners, LLC
    Construction Type: I-2, R-2 & R-12
    Contract: $36 Million
    Contract Date: March 2020
    Additional Reference Upon Request

     

    Winchester Gardens

    Maplewood, NJ

    Performed pre-construction services & general contract services for this multi-phased project consisting of new assisted living additions, renovations to the existing healthcare, independent living apartments and common areas

    GMP Project
    Owner: Springpoint Senior Living
    Construction Type: I-2
    Contract: $24.7 Million
    Contract Date: September 2016

     

    Reference:

    Springpoint Senior Living
    Anthony Argondizza
    CEO
    (732) 430-3671

    aargondizza@springpointsl.org

    The Atrium At Red Bank

    Red Bank, NJ

    This project included (140) senior living units throughout a 14-story tower and new 8-story mid-rise containing Independent Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing Units. The 8-story addition utilized a poured in place concrete structure method to match the floor heights of the existing adjacent 14-story tower. Our approach involved real-time curing results utilizing the Concrete Maturity Testing method which reduced the schedule and resulted in the project being nominated for the 50th Annual New Jersey Concrete Awards. 

    The complete renovation of the 14-story occupied tower included a new four pipe hydronic HVAC system, fire alarm system and the removal and replacement of the complete exterior curtain wall system. To complete this work, a temporary insulated aluminum curtain wall including temporary heat and air conditioning units was constructed  in each individual resident room from the 4th level to the 14th level to allow the residents to remain in their unit during construction. 

    The 345’ waterfront bulkhead and dock on the Navesink River also required complete reconstruction as part of this project allowing the residents to take river cruises on the facility’s Pontoon boats.

    The new amenities for this (140) unit Senior Living Facility consist of Dining Venues, Library, Billiards, Salon, Fitness Area, Outside Gardens, Putting Green, and Resident Valet Parking Lot.

    GMP & NJDEP Project
    Owner: Springpoint Senior Living
    Construction Type: I-2
    Contract: $50 Million

    Reference:

    Springpoint Senior Living
    Heather Hill-Falkoff
    Director of Development Services
    (732) 430-3656

    hhill-falkoff@springpointsl.org

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    Manalapan Senior Living 

    Manalapan, NJ

    GMP & NJDEP Project
    Performed pre-construction services & general contract services for this construction of 57,775 square foot one story assisted living facility. The assisted living facility will contain 60 residential units, common spaces and amenity spaces.

    Owner: LV Development LLC
    Construction Type: I-2
    Contract: $14 Million
    Contract Date: January 2020

    Reference:
    1 LV Development
    Gary Puma
    Owner
    (609) 947-0419

    1lvdmanalapan@gmail.com

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    Crane’s Mill

    West Caldwell, NJ

    Performed pre-construction services & general contract services for interior renovations to existing community’s town center of approximately 9,344 square feet. Currently working on interior renovations to lobby, vestibule and lounges.

    GMP Project

    Owner:Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey
    Construction Type: R-2

     

    Reference:
    Lutheran Social Ministries of NJ
    Colleen Frankenfield
    President/CEO
    (609) 699-4101

    cfrankenfield@lsmnj.org

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    Lillian Booth Actors Home 

    Englewood, NJ

    New additions and renovations to existing occupied healthcare totaling 53,393 SF. New addition constructed with structural steel and composite concrete floor.

    Owner: Actors Fund Home 
    Construction Type: I-2
    Contract:$18.6 Million

    Reference:

    Actors Fund Home – Englewood, NJ
    Jordan Strohl
    Administrator
    (201) 871-8882

    jstrohl@actorsfund.org

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    Princeton Community Village 

    West Caldwell, NJ

    Performed pre-construction services & general contract services for this new (3) story affordable family apartment units
    Owner: Princeton Community Housing
    Construction Type:  R-2
    Contract : $7.8 Million
    Contract Date: June 2021

     

    Reference:

    Princeton Community Housing
    Ed Truscelli
    Executive Director
    (609) 924-3822 EXT. 8

    edward@pchhomes.org

    Stafford By The Bay, (Affordable Senior Housing)

    Manahawkin, NJ

    GMP & NJDEP Project
    Performed pre-construction services & general contract services for this new 85 unit 3-Story Senior Housing Facility

    Owner: Presbyterian Homes & Services, Inc.
    Construction Type: I-2
    Contract: 9.8 Million

     

    Reference:

    Princeton Community Housing
    Ed Truscelli
    Executive Director
    (609) 924-3822 EXT. 8

    edward@pchhomes.org

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    Cost Proposal

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    Questions & Answers

    1. Please describe your approach and expertise in providing Pre- Construction services.
    C & C Construction Management, Inc. is known to its clients for its skills at pre-construction consultation services and is especially adept at helping the owner and the owner’s consultants to organize and prioritize project risks and rewards – early on in a project – to insure budget and schedule success. C & C Construction Management, Inc. can help ensure that everyone on the project team, including the technical consultants and the variety of disciplines from within an Owner’s organization, are properly focused on achieving a successful balance of quality and cost – in both the construction process and the final built product.

    C & C Construction Management, Inc. is known for a hands-on, communication oriented, considerate, and proactive approach to its work. This approach explains in part why we have so many repeat skilled nursing, assisted living and healthcare clients and why our projects are delivered to our clients within budget. C & C Construction Management, Inc. takes great effort to understand the conditions and circumstances that can affect the construction schedule and cost – before construction begins – and communicates potential areas of concern to the project team so that adjustments can be made or so that contingencies are put into place for issues that cannot be qualified or quantified prior to construction. C & C Construction Management, Inc. will anticipate potential areas for further investigation, based on its prior experience.

    For example, during the pre-construction phase

    – C & C Construction Management, Inc. will properly investigate existing conditions as deemed necessary

    – Underground conditions often become “unforeseen conditions” for many contractors and

    construction managers during construction and can result in a significant time delay as well as cost overrun to the owner once construction begins. C & C Construction Management, Inc. will work with the owner and the design team to suggest strategies to identify soil conditions (additional soil borings perhaps) or to locate underground utilities so that potential areas of unsuitable materials or conflicting utility routes can be identified before construction starts.

    2. Please describe your experience and/or knowledge of state and please provide an example of the level of information that would be included in a schematic pricing presentation.
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    Map of our completed projects below.
    3. Please describe your experience and approach on working on an existing operating campus and managing renovations in occupied spaces.

    The majority of our work at C & C Construction Mgmt., Inc. is in occupied healthcare facilities. Through the years we have become experts at working in these conditions. Understanding Fellowship Village’s mission to provide seniors in need with the highest quality services, we are committed to minimizing disruptions and maintaining a safe environment for your residents and staff by constructing temporary barricades (including air scrubbers) physically separating the work area from the rest of the facility. We also construct temporary walkways to ensure both the ease and safety of moving through the facility on a daily basis. Additionally, we post shut down notices (see sample below) to inform staff and residents of any possible disturbances in advance. We recognize that each facility is unique and work collaboratively with all involved team members from the owners to the facility managers to communicate effectively, schedule work appropriately, ensure safety, and minimize disruptions for all residents.

    We are very familiar in dealing with curious residents and will work with facility during construction to limit disruption and respect the resident community. One of the best ways we have found to accomplish this is to install fully finished painted construction barrier walls at the areas of work. We finish these walls to match the adjacent surfaces which makes the construction barricades blend in with the surrounding area. This along with temporary signage including stanchions to direct residents allows them to feel secure in the area even as construction is taking place.

    Another benefit of working with C&C to bring the project in on budget is making early design decisions with good cost information. To estimate project costs accurately early on with little information requires accurate benchmarking. Since virtually all of our work is at Senior Living facilities, we have up to date benchmarking information that allows us to provide the most accurate preliminary estimates to the project team with the information necessary to make educated decisions at the most critical point in the design, the beginning.

    C & C will assist the project team, including the technical consultants and the variety of disciplines from within the Fellowship Village organization, to achieve a successful project. We will work to establish goals that include minimal community disruption, cost efficiency and speed of delivery – together with agreed upon thresholds of quality and aesthetics. In addition, C & C staff and subcontractors will always operate with respect and the highest professionalism towards residents and Fellowship Village representatives.

    4. Please describe how your approach to the Construction Phase can create the most value to the Owner and how it may be unique.

    Our vast experience in the construction of senior living facilities has provided our team with a clear understanding and in-depth knowledge of the inner workings of this specific field. We are not just familiar with the process; rather we are specialists in this area of construction as together we have worked on over 250 senior living projects, as indicated in our prior project experience. We pride ourselves on working with both union and open shop/merit trades. This combination provides us with a most unique advantage as we are capable of hiring a mixed group of nonunion and union trades with the most skilled and cost-effective tradesmen available. Working on these projects has provided our hands-on team with the necessary expertise to successfully complete each phase of construction, prove C & C Construction Mgmt., Inc. to be a most valued resource for your project.

    C & C believes in the importance of open communication and collaboration. During the construction phase, our team works together to expedite and improve the efficiency of the construction process through professional planning and execution of project activities, all focused upon fulfilling the owner’s scope, cost, quality, and time requirements. Together our team strategizes and implements a clear plan that identifies the roles and responsibilities of each member and a set of standard operating procedures designed specifically for each individual job.

    We recognize the importance of technology in creating a highly effective collaborative and communication-driven team. To support our efforts, we have a host of resources available to ensure that we are able to successfully communicate with all members of our team as well as to quickly respond to the Owner’s needs throughout the project. Our team uses the most up-to-date computer programs available to assist in our project managers during the construction phase. We use programs such as Primavera for scheduling and Expedition for all submittals, shop drawings, RFI logs and Minutes of the Meeting. We also utilize CAD for the preparation of phasing drawings and overlays for coordination of mechanical trades. In addition to CAD we are currently evaluating the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) software to enhance our coordination between primes, including clash detection and model based coordination.

    5. Please describe your firm’s philosophy on the sharing of savings from the G.M.P. The base proposal and proposed Agreement indicate all savings are returned to the Owner. If you support this approach, please indicate why. If you prefer to propose that the CM and Owner share savings, please provide an explanation as to why and how it would affect each of the elements of Controllable Margin and Contingency requested by this RFP.

    C & C is known for a hands-on, communication oriented, considerate, and proactive approach to its work. This approach explains in part why we have so many repeat clients in the senior living markets. C & C takes great effort to understand the conditions and circumstances that can affect schedule and cost before construction begins, communicate potential areas of concern to the project team so that adjustments can be made, or contingencies are put into place for issues that cannot be qualified or quantified prior to construction. C & C will anticipate potential areas for further investigation, based on its prior experience.

    For example, during the pre-construction phase

    • C & C will properly investigate existing conditions as deemed necessary

    • Perform exploratory work if necessary to confirm constructability, evaluate existing conditions and mechanical systems

    • Underground conditions often become “unforeseen conditions” and if not handled properly, can result in a significant time delay and cost overrun. C & C will work with the owner

    and the design team to suggest strategies to identify soil conditions (additional soil borings perhaps) or GPR scanning for underground utilities so that potential areas of unsuitable materials or conflicting utility routes can be identified before construction starts.

    In renovation projects especially, some conditions cannot be anticipated or discovered until the demolition phase of construction begins; in these situations, where unanticipated conditions do arise despite the best efforts of the project team, C & C will assist in quickly identifying options to resolve the problem with the least amount of impact.

    C & C Construction Management, Inc. strongly believes that the success of each project is determined by the collaborative efforts of both the Owner, Architect and General Contracting firm. Keeping this in mind, we feel that the Owner is paying a fair fee for our services, and we support returning all savings to the Owner. We pride ourselves on having open and long-lasting relationships with our clients and feel that it is our professional obligation to seek out the most economical and dependable subcontractors and vendors regardless of incentives.

    6. Please provide a statement of your experience and philosophy on a reduction in the G.M.P. during the construction phase based upon the amount of uncommitted construction contingency.

    In our experience working in the state of New Jersey, we feel strongly that no reduction of construction contingencies are made until receipt of the Certificate of Occupancy. We have learned that final inspections sometimes lead to interpretations of the code, which may require additional costs prior to project closeout.

    7. Please discuss your ability to be able to assure that the Project Staff proposed during the Construction Phase in the response to the RFP are then actually assigned to the project when the Construction Phase begins. To the extent that you cannot make any such assurances, please identify a process where the Owner will have an opportunity to participate in the selection of the staff at the time of construction.

    After carefully reviewing all the documents provided it is clear this project will need to be staffed with a Senior Project Manager, On-Site Project Manager, Superintendent along with office support, safety officer and quality control officer to be sure when a phase is complete it is thoroughly inspected to minimize punch list.

    As outlined on our Organizational chart and demonstrated on their resumes the majority of the staff selected for this project have extensive experience in this market and have all worked for CCCMI in a similar team fashion for the many years.

    If at the time of construction one or more team members, is already committed to another project we would present resumes to fill those positions for your review and acceptance.

    Please see organizational chart and resumes for more details on our staff.

    8. Please explain your approach to handling warranty calls during and after the warranty period and identify if you have provided a “standard” warranty more than one year. If so, please explain if there were any added costs for doing so.

    Our normal warranty period is one year beginning from the date of substantial completion and/or occupancy. During the warranty period we will manage warranty claims as follows:

    · Document initial notification of issue from Owner (i.e. location and concerns via “email confirmation” to owner)

    · Notification to subcontractor or vendors responsible

    · Scheduling of warranty repair or replacement will be coordinated with the facility during normal business hours

    · Provide updates to all parties until issue is resolved and work is completed

    We maintain the project closeout documents including contract drawings and shop drawings

    C & C Construction Management, Inc. will continue to provide the best resources and be supportive well beyond the one-year warranty period.

    9. Please provide all material comments or observations to the draft Construction Contract. Please clearly outline all proposed changes to the agreement. Substantial changes may cause your proposal to be rejected. We expect that the Owner will sign a Letter of Intent for pre-construction services shortly after the selection of a Contractor.

    In general, we would like our attorney to have time to review on our behalf. Please see attached marked up clauses of concern.

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    10. Please provide a summary of any current claims, disputes, or litigation that your firm may be involved with. Please include a summary of any such items, even if they are resolved since 2018.

    We do not have any.

    11. Please identify if your company provides Sub-Guard insurance.

    We do not provide sub-guard insurance since we would provide 100% performance bond.

    12. Please provide a written explanation as to how you engage subcontractors prior to the GMP submission and what you then do to determine the subcontract award recommendations to the Owner after the GMP.

    As the design progresses from the conceptual to schematic and design development phase, we engage subcontractors to evaluate the plans for constructibility, VE recommendations, and attempt to eliminate any potential issues that could create problems or add costs to the project. Our approach acknowledges that the further the design progresses, the more difficult it is to modify elements of the project, therefore we strive to minimize these modifications later in the design process.

    A typical project is broken down into Schematic, Design Development, and Construction Document phases. During the schematic phase, we typically have select subcontractors for major trades, review the project with us and make any recommendations that could bring value to the project. As the team moves into the Design Development Phase, we may bring the consultants and trade partners together for collaborative meetings to discuss specific items that require more evaluation. During this Phase, we also discuss any VE options with these subcontractors and present them to the team for further analysis.
    Once the project reaches the Construction Document Phase, we obtain a minimum of (3) bids per trade to use as the basis of the GMP. We will incorporate any preferred subcontractors that the owner would like to provide the opportunity to bid the project. During the bidding process, we perform a detailed scope review and internal quantity takeoffs as necessary to compare to the scope presented in proposals from subcontractors to ensure that we have the right number to determine the GMP.

    Once we have the GMP established, we will proceed with recommendations for subcontractor awards which is based on many factors and not necessarily the lowest bid. We consider our field experience with them, their current manpower, other work under contract, and our discussions related to the specific project. Any subcontractor with whom we do not have experience will be required to complete our pre-qualification form and attend a descope/review meeting with C&C to ensure the subcontractor has the correct scope and is qualified.

    13. Please specially identify the work that your firm would propose to self- preform.

    Selective demolition, temporary barricades, signage, protective stanchions, air scrubbers and miscellaneous carpentry including touch up caulk, grout, paint etc related to Quality Control, close out and final turn over.

    14. Please comment on your previous experience working with non- profit clients and the sensitivity to cost related to a mission driven organization.

    When selected as part of the design team, CC CMI will bring an abundance of information, value and ideas from years of experience working in this senior living market.

    Including current cost data comparisons and the latest cost saving means and methods for:

    – Foundation Technologies utilizing Revit/BIM GPS, Helix micro rebar, fibers etc..

    – Constructability types i.e. steel, wood, CFMF, masonry, Ecospan, composite decks etc….

    – Sourcing the best value and technologies for doors, frames, hardware and access control while limiting overlap and redundancies.

    – Presenting local manufactures and suppliers for finishes, cabinetry, tops, acoustic treatment alternatives and specialty items.

    Example: We worked closely with KDA to find a solution for a Banquette seating from what was originally specified. We had previous experience with a local fabricator who offered a turnkey custom solution with substantial savings.

    – MEP:

    These divisions can be very costly up front and to maintain if not properly designed initially.

    We will bring “out of the box” solutions for mechanical systems. Our experience along with our MEP partners will prove to be a valuable resource for the design team and EOR.

    Example: Strategically position VRF’s to maximize southern exposures, hence designing for the max temps in the project locality.

    Plumbing solutions for proper temperatures, proper sizing and positioning of fixtures while keeping building structure in mind.

    Electrical incoming service to be sized properly, including communication with manufacturers and utility companies. Gathering input early on in the process on short circuit needs and availability.

    CCCMI will offer input for rethinking the approach for all lighting fixture including foot candles requirements. Input on these items from the very beginning including the Civil Engineer will prove to be invaluable.

    We will bring value and solutions to the team during the design process to avoid VE ideas late in the process.

    Lastly understanding that Fellowship Friends Village is a non-profit organization, we will echo the mission to our subcontractors and encourage them to get support and get involved. We presently serve on a couple foundation boards and understand the need to be involved.