CCIA Administration Building

We know we’ve been away for a while regarding blog posts, so to ease back in to it, here’s a mini post.

We recently hired Antrim & Spruce Photography out of Philadelphia to photograph a few of our recent projects. One of the featured projects was the new Administration Building for the Cumberland County Improvement Authority. We couldn’t be more happier with the photos! And we encourage you to check out the photography blog which brings you a more in depth look at the building. Follow the link for more stunning images!:


ACE Mentor Awards Dinner

June 13, 2018

ACE Cumberland Team traveled to the Hanes building in Newark for the 2017-2018 Scholarship Awards Dinner.

ACE Mentor Program NJ was able to raise over $22K in scholarship funds! Our South Jersey team had 8 seniors who were awarded over a total of $12K in scholarships.

A big thank you to our supporters and those who graciously contributed to this amazing organization.

Congratulations to our seniors who will be graduating this week from four different high schools: Bridgeton HS, Delsea Regional HS, Millville Senior HS & Vineland HS.



Creative Enterprise Center

The Creative Enterprise Center is up and here are a few shots of the interior. Check them out as well as our instagram page. 

Interior photographs were taken by Richard J. Salls, Jr., a Contract Furniture Professional from WB Masons Interiors.

Veterans Affairs Cumberland County CBOC

If you are a veteran in our Vineland area, the new Veterans' Affairs Clinic is open. 

Here are some final photos of the building found on the Avenue here in Vineland, New Jersey.

These photos were taken by Craig Terry.


The VA Outpatient Clinic

The new Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic is now open in Vineland! MMPF is proud to have been involved in bring this facility to life. Check out the article by clicking below.

Police Headquarters revealed!

It's out there now. Our design for a new police headquarters facility in Vineland has been revealed by the mayor. Here are the renderings produced by Steve, Dave, and our talented consultants, Redstone Architects of Michigan.

St. Augustine Prep.

At St. Augustine the masons are cruising around the new building. Metal siding and windows are right behind them. Check out the progress...

Vineland High School HVAC Systems Upgrade

Sometimes in the world of architecture, we are called upon to put aside our love of masonry, glass, concrete, and wood and venture into the highly mechanical and technical world of HVAC systems. That's Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. It is a huge component in any building we design and sometimes, as in the case with Vineland High School South, it can be the major if not only component of a project. The Board of Education called upon us and our engineers to completely upgrade their heating and cooling systems throughout the 240,000 square foot school.

Look on for some construction photos from Steve Graham as he tirelessly manages the construction phase.

Mill & Garden Road

Talk about some pretty concrete - Northeast Precast has fabricated some amazing concrete panels for the new pre-engineered metal building going up at Mill and Garden in Vineland thanks to Stanker & Galetto. Check out some of these detail photos below.

ACE Mentor Program

The ACE Mentor Program is coming to a close. Final presentations are almost here for the Cumberland County Chapter. Come out and support the local students! Special shout out to Larry Merighi and Yazmin Moreno for their amazing efforts year after year running this ship. Nice 1!

St. Augustine Prep.

Northeast Precast has been on the scene all week at St. Augustine Prep. School building the new Vincent L. Buondonna Center. The new home for the business offices is a 10,000 s.f. two-story building. Bonuses to the program were two classrooms and a large atrium event space for special gatherings. Below, the elevator momentarily stands alone.

Photos courtesy of Northeast Preacast
Construction Manager: Stanker & Galetto

Durand Glass

The batch house addition at Durand Glass Manufacturing in Millville is underway. When filled to capacity, each one of those silos weighs about 500 tons and we're adding two more to the mix.