Cain Contracting, Inc. is a full-service general contractor, with specialization in the fit-out and renovation of interior spaces for government, healthcare, education, retail, and commercial projects. Cain’s reputation resides both in its quality of work and quality service to its clients, achieved through a top-notch staff with over a century of combined construction expertise.
Founded in April, 2000, by Andra Cain, the guiding principles of integrity, safety, value, and responsiveness have led the Company to secure a valuable position in the industry. Cain has grown to perform over $12 million in construction projects each year, and maintains a stellar EMR safety rating of (.88). Cain Contracting is a Small Business Administration 8(a) Certified and Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned firm, and a Maryland certified minority-owned business.
Headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, Cain has a growing and impressive list of public and private sector clients. Federal, State, and Local agencies, as well as large national general contractors, including Turner Construction Company and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, have benefited from Cain’s full-service, hands-on approach to project management and execution. All construction services include top-notch:
The Glover Report: Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, Dr. Gregory Thornton, Council President Jack Young and Former Mayor Sheila Dixon Visit The Great Gilmor Elementary School at Epicenter of "Freddie Gray"
Today, Rutherford, Dr. Thornton, Baltimore City Council President Bernard “Jack” Young and former Mayor Sheila Dixon visited Gilmor Elementary and let me tell you, it gave me hope.
As Sandtown-Winchester has attempted to rebound since the Freddie Gray death, Gilmor Elementary has become a critical focus of such groups as our newly formed Sandtown-Winchester UNITED (SWU). SWU was formed because some tenured residents and I concluded that we needed to make our voices heard and effectively so. Too many folks were attempting to speak on our behalf and they were unqualified to do so. Read in Full >>
TGR: New Business Group Launches: West Baltimore Business Association Lays Foundation
The next meeting is Tuesday, September 8, 2015
from 6 to 7 pm
at the Urban Business Center at Baltimore and Carrollton. All are welcome to attend. Special thanks to the Urban Business Center for hosting this meeting, and thanks also to Terra Cafe Bmore (www.terracafebmore.com
) at 25th and St. Paul for the after-meeting dishes, including his notorious cranberry salad. Read in Full >>
TGR: Sheila Dixon Attends Nearly a Dozen Back-to-School Events, including East Baltimore :: See PICS
And so, as Dixon gave her education message (quite on point, I might add) and as the Minister shared his words of encouragement in his own, unique style, I am reminded that there are still black leaders in Baltimore who genuinely love the people. In terms of the new school year, Dixon specifically reminded parents to feed children breakfast before school, to cut-off the television during the school week, to go to PTA meetings, and to generally take a pro-active approach to their child's educational career.
See pics from today's Back-to-school event in East Baltimore, hosted by Big Eric and Big Nell. Read in Full >>