Chesapeake Contracting Group Announces New Succession Plan
Reisterstown, MD (February 16, 2016) – Chesapeake Contracting Group (CCG), a value-added general contractor with multiple projects in Maryland, Washington, DC and Northern Virginia, has announced its new succession plan. The senior positions have been divided into two roles. Bobby Ginsberg, Chief Executive Officer, will ensure continuity and sustainability, and Frank Settleman, the new President, will oversee day-to-day operations. During 2015, CCG (www.ccgmd.com) had 52 projects, 35 in Maryland and 17, or one-third, in The District and Northern Virginia.
This award-winning contractor handles new construction, design/build, value-added solutions, renovation, pre-development services, LEED and sustainable construction, and site development. CCG provides a wide range of contracting services with projects ranging from $500,000 tenant improvements to $60 million mixed-use projects.
“Over the last 20 years, Frank’s responsibilities at Chesapeake Contracting Group have grown along with the company, from a Project Manager to, most recently, Executive Vice President,” said CEO Bobby Ginsberg. “Frank’s high level of client service, proficiency in project management and ability to develop the people around him, have naturally positioned him in his new role as President. I have the highest degree of confidence that Frank’s leadership, strategic thinking and ability to deliver results make him the right person to drive Chesapeake’s continued success, ” Bobby Ginsberg concluded.
About Chesapeake Contracting Group: Established in 1979, CCG is a general contractor with extensive experience serving retail, automotive, interiors, office, industrial, multi-family, and grocery segments. CCG has a proven record of client retention based on building long-term relationships with clients and fellow industry professionals.