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:
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Why I'm Willing to Forgive Sheila Dixon by Daryl McIntosh
First, as cliché as it may sound, this election must not be about the candidates but about Baltimore; I introduce this a two-fold concept; Who we are, and Where we are going. "Who we are" as Baltimoreans is a forgiving people, that is ingrained in us and Sheila Dixon is now as flawed as the rest of us. We are a city of reformed drug dealers, who initiate safe street zones, gang leaders that later take part in anti-gang programs, high school drop-outs that work full-time while studying to obtain our GED's. Read in Full >>
Black Wall Street PENN-NORTH at Arch Social Club, Baltimore :: July 12, 2015 from 5 to 7 pm:: The ORIGINAL Black Wall Street SERIES *NYC *MD *DC *ATL *NOLA
We celebrate black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race - all in memory of Black Wall Street in Tulsa that was burned and bombed to the ground in 1921.
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The Glover Report: Sharon Baptist Church Celebrates 130th Anniversary: Lt. Gov. Rutherford and Congressman Cummings, former Chief Judge Robert Bell on the Scene as Baltimore City Heads for April 2016 Primary Election
I, for one, cannot stomach that. I insist on seeing black people get educated and employed and open increasingly more businesses and I don’t care if the politician is Democrat or Republican, I just want to know that they are doing their best to represent the needs of the community moreso than their own political career. Actually, the more you serve the people, the more people want to push you higher. So, push your career by pushing black progress. When black politicians fail the people, a Freddie Gray Uprising occurs.
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The Glover Report: HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW: Vestiges of Slavery Evoke Disdain of Cheatham, Amin: Wyman Park Statue of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson
Cheatham said that since Baltimore City and Baltimore County are discussing the topic of remaining vestiges of slavery, let’s put this one on the table as well.
Cheatham and Amin wonder the message this sends to a majority black city – right in plain sight of thousands of passersby daily, including Johns Hopkins University students.
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