COLUMBIA, S.C., Dec. 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- CMARK International, Inc., (Pink Sheets: CMIT) a global provider of facility and logistic support services for government and commercial institutions has just substantially completed its 5th major U.S. Army food facility project in the Southeast. The last project, which totaled approximately $ 856,000, was part of a major building renovation program at Fort Gordon, GA. This facility is planned to feed up to 1500 soldiers per meal and operate on a 24 hour schedule.
Other projects completed include 4 modular dining facilities for a total of $ 4,672,000, all of which are capable of feeding 1400 soldiers per meal. These include one at Fort Jackson, SC., completed in 2006, two at Fort Gordon, GA., completed in 2008 and 2009, and one at Fort Benning, GA., completed in 2009. These modular dining facilities are designed to be constructed from the ground up and complete within 90-120 days.
CMARK International, Inc., is a licensed architectural firm with a significant history of design build food facility projects for U.S. government facilities.
"The company over the past year has continued to refine its business model- expanding the product base, streamlining its infrastructure, and substantially refining the company's operating methodology," said Charles Jones, president of CMARK.
"After 10 years of building this business, we are continuing to spend considerable resource in product and market segment development, while giving substantial attention to adjusting the company's business model to meet the challenges of the present economy while keeping in mind the projected future strength of the U.S. government marketplace.
About CMARK International, Inc.:
CMARK International, Inc. incorporated in June of 2000, provides a wide array of facility and logistic support services including construction, architectural design, food service, furnishings and maintenance and operation services with a primary focus on U.S. federal facilities. The company operates out of its headquarters in Columbia, SC, with field support centers located in Virginia, North Carolina, California, Alabama, and in England.
As a well established Service-disabled Veteran-owned Small Business (SDVOSB), CMARK has built a strong franchise to meet the federal procurement opportunity represented by the Veterans Benefits Act of 2003 (Public Law 108- 183) which requires U.S. government agencies and prime contractors to earmark three percent of all federal procurement dollars to high quality SDVOSB firms, and the Veterans Benefits, Health Care, and Information Technology Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-461). For more information, visit http://www.cmark.org
Contact person at CMARK is Neha Makim at 803 699 4940
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