A privately-held general contractor, the Chesapeake Contracting Group was established in 1979 and is headquartered in Reisterstown.
Chesapeake also has offices in Annapolis and Herndon, Virginia, the latter opened just this fall and meant to accommodate Chesapeake’s expanding reach into the Mid-Atlantic area.
Chesapeake’s list of disciplines includes new construction, renovation, LEED and sustainable construction, site development and renovation.
The company is active in a wide variety of markets, including retail office, industrial, automotive and multi-family housing, among others.
Its retail projects include the Town Centre in Laurel, The Avenue at White Marsh and The Shops at Canton Crossing. Its multi-family projects include Overlook at Franklin Square and the Townes at Mill Run.
Chesapeake also is involved with senior living projects, including Sunrise of Towson and FutureCare Prince George’s.
The company’s biggest success, according to CEO Bobby Ginsberg, was navigating and growing its business through the Great Recession a dozen years ago and the recent economic downturn caused by COVID-19, “all while putting the health and welfare of our team and their families first,” he added.
A healthy corporate culture, he added, has always been a company priority.
“CCG is excited to have received this award from The Daily Record,” Ginsberg said. “Even during these trying times, I am proud of our team for being relentless in their efforts to ensure we are a top choice general contractor for the Mid-Atlantic region.”