CMARK International, Inc. Completes Contract for $654K Design Build U.S. Army Bowling Center Project in Texas

Jan 04, 2010, 10:30 ET from CMARK International, Inc.

COLUMBIA, S.C., Jan. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CMARK International, Inc., (OTC Pink Sheets: CMIT) a global provider of facility and logistic support services for government and commercial institutions has completed a design build project to renovate the bowling center at Ft. Bliss near El Paso, Texas. This project, final value of which is $654,000, is a part of a large scale expansion at the Texas Army base as a result of the 2005 Defense Base Realignment and Closure Commission decisions.

CMARK's architectural and engineering staff worked in conjunction with its field production unit to design , renovate, and furnish a state of the art bowling facility to serve the recreation needs of the soldiers and their families.

CMARK is a licensed general contractor and architectural firm with a history of construction and design projects for U.S. government facilities. "This bowling center will rank as another substantial design build project in our portfolio," says Charles Jones, Jr., President and CEO of CMARK, "Providing a turn-key package of architectural design, building renovation, and installation of new equipment allows us to provide a relatively sophisticated package of value design build projects to our customers worldwide."

Charles added, "This project further reinforces the expansion of our business model of a diverse but cohesive product offering, a variety of institutional market applications, and a broad geographic coverage."

About CMARK International, Inc.:

CMARK International 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 four offices throughout the United States with support facilities in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

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. For more information, visit

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