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Our Awards and Credentials...

Since our conception, Cain Contracting has been synonymous with quality. On any given day, our project work sites have been, and will continue to be, an example for all to see.

Maryland Washington Minority Contractors Association 2010 Minority Business Enterprise of the Year

SWAM certified in the state of VA

Recipient of 2010 ABC Best Practice Award for bidding practices and on-site work ethic

Winner of the 2008 Small Business Administration Maryland Minority Small Business Firm of the Year.

9th largest Minority Business Enterprise according to the Baltimore Business Journal, and the 3rd largest MBE Construction company.

Top 100 Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses in America

Top 500 African American Owned Business in America

Active member of Associated Builders & Contractors, Baltimore Metro Chapter

Active member, Washington Building Congress, Top 2010 Business


General Contracting Clients

General Services Administration
US Army Corps of Engineers
US Veterans Administration
National Institutes of Health
Aberdeen Proving Ground
Walter Reed Medical Center
DC National Guard
US Dept of Energy
Fort Belvoir
Fort Meade


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State of Maryland Public Health Laboratory at Johns Hopkins

Baltimore’s $170 million State of Maryland Public Health Laboratory is finally open. This LEED Silver, 234,000 square feet of space enables the Public Health Laboratory to enhance the state’s ability to identify and respond to current and emerging public health threats. It will be home to 212 laboratory employees and its six levels will house five scientific lab divisions: Environmental Chemistry, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Newborn and Childhood Screening, and Virology/Immunology. It was constructed by Turner Construction Company, Cain Contracting and Essex Construction, and was designed by HDR Inc. The project included minority-owned firms and other locally owned business, exceeding the goals set before the start of construction. Read More Here



USDA Clock Tower Restoration

Cain Contracting was selected by the USDA to rehabilitate the historic clock tower atop Building 3 on their Beltsville campus. The clock tower was severely damaged by the tornado in 2001 and deteriorated rapidly since then. Cain Contracting restored the original wood structure to its integrity, and the scope also encompassed electrical and paint scraping as well. The project required stringent safety measures due to the occupied building, elevated work area, and complex scaffolding that was necessary to ensure on time, on budget, and safe completion of the project..



C2/CNT East Early Demolition, United States Army Corps of Engineers

Cain Contracting was selected by the United States Army Corps of Engineers to perform fast-track demolition and abatement for the C2/CNT facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground.  The scope of work included the demolition, excavation, abatement and removal of 11 repair facility structures; as well as refrigerant and mercury evacuation, and the installation of a new storm water management infrastructure. Cain Contracting also built a 5,000 SF office space adjacent to the Corps’ existing space for additional staffing needs.



EPA West Building Cafeteria Conversion

Cain Contracting was selected by the United States Custom & Border Protection Agency to perform general contracting services for the fit-out of a new, highly functional office space.  The 13,000 SF space was converted from an abandoned cafeteria in Washington, DC. Significant mechanical and electrical modifications were made to accommodate the needs of the new office space, as well as demolition, flooring, drywall, doors, and acoustical ceilings. The floor plan features an open layout, perimeter offices, and conference rooms.


US Department of Energy, James Forrestal Building, GSA

Cain Contracting was selected by the General Services Administration for the renovation of 31 restrooms at the James Forrestal Building in downtown Washington, DC. This highly-occupied building serves as the headquarters for the United States Department of Energy. Work was performed both during and after hours to provide minimal disruption and maximum efficiency for the client. The scope of work also included the replacement of marble and ceramic finishes throughout the building.


Walter Reed Army Medical Center, US Army Corps of Engineers

Cain Contracting was selected for this emergency design/build project at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in response to serious life safety issues and code violations within the building. Heavy updates to the electrical system were implemented, including the replacement of the main and emergency electrical panels, as well as the fire alarm system, lighting protection system, and emergency lighting.  Cain also replaced guard and hand railing, and replaced two outdated and malfunctioning storm drain sump pumps that were causing flooding after heavy rain.


VAMC Richmond Bldg 507 “D” Wing Renovation

Cain Contracting was selected by the US Department of Veterans Affairs to be the general contractor for the interior renovation of the sensitive “D” wing at the Richmond, Virginia Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The complex project involved 17 subcontractors, and had to be especially sensitive to noise and dust pollution as the renovation was adjacent to an occupied hospital wing.