Silverman CPM Wins Two Project Achievement Awards for Ponce City Market!

Silverman wins a project achievement award

Chase Broward, Arnie Silverman, Claudia Ledwich & Anderw Silverman with the CMAA Awards

For their work on the Ponce City Market project, Silverman CPM was honored with two First Place Project Achievement awards from the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) South Atlantic Chapter.

  • Private Building Renovation/Modernization/Retrofit – Constructed Value Greater than $20 Award
  • Private Building Renovation/Modernization/Retrofit –  Program Management Award

PCM_06272015_MG_8247Ponce City Market is a 2 million square foot, mixed use historic adaption and renovation of the iconic Sears Roebuck & Company distribution center, located in Midtown Atlanta. It includes over 500,000 square feet each of office and retail space, 269 residential units, and over 2,400 parking spaces. The project included historic adaption and renovation of structures originally built in 1926, 1929, 1946, 1966 and 1969, as well new construction. Ponce City Market features an activated rooftop with games and rides (including a 30’ slide), a link to Atlanta’s BeltLine, an outdoor area at the historic train trestle and a green roof.

Silverman Construction Program Management (Silverman CPM) is an Atlanta-based construction program management firm that is celebrating its 20th year assisting owners with their capital construction projects.

Silverman CPM has been associated with some of the region’s most important projects that form the very fabric of the metropolitan area—high-profile green space and civic redevelopment programs; justice, educational and religious facilities; and urban transformation initiatives. On behalf of its clients, the company plays an active role in nearly $200 million of construction put in place annually. Civic engagement is a core part of the Silverman CPM philosophy, and the company and its principals have been recognized throughout the metropolitan area for their strong, innovative and visible community contributions

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