Our management team consists of seasoned professionals who will be there to meet your every need. We look at a project as an integrated collection of systems working in conjunction with specific sites. Our extensive knowledge-base of appropriate options and methods are our forte. We have the ability to control the detailed flow of information required to complete EnergyStar and Green Building projects.
Coordinating the project design, based on the client's needs and wishes, with the current labor and material resources is what we enjoy, and it shows in the end product. There are a lot of new innovative materials flooding the marketplace claiming to save energy and resources. We are extremely particular about everything that we do. Before we replace the enduring materials and methods that we have used for decades, our critical staff reviews and tests them from every angle. Some pass muster and many do not. Our expertise assures you that if we are comfortable using a product, you can enjoy it with confidence.
The budget of a project is tracked from the initial onset of the contract, until the vacuum cleaner is loaded into the truck on our way out. Projects usually change, some a little and some a lot. We track those changes with our Change Management Process. This starts with the recording of a potential change. We then estimate or price all of the affects that the change will have on the budget and schedule. The process ends with a formal signed change order so that everyone knows where we stand.
We can control a schedule to meet your needs with weekly updates from the field keeping everyone on the same page. A project schedule is normally included with the contract, and is ammended by the change order process if need be.
We can help with material selections as much as or as little as you prefer. We realize that everyone is different and our mission statement supports that. Our management and design staff know the right questions to ask to ensure an outcome that is just right for you.
Budget, schedule, and quality of work are all important. Communication is paramount. We communicate with clients in numerous ways, taking advantage of all of the latest methods. We create 3D models of complex projects to give our "visual" clients a more clear picture of how things are going to look. With our guidance clients can see what their house will look like as they come down the driveway, or what they will see when they enter a room.
Gordon started in the construction trade as a carpenter's apprentice. Five years later, he founded Gordon Cormack Builders. Over the years, the business expanded in scope, so in 2005, Gordon formed Cormack Construction Management, Inc. to encompass design, construction, and custom millwork, while meeting clients' needs for superior quality, sound budget and scheduling management, and efficient, professional service.
Gordon has a Bachelor's Degree with Honors in Business Management. He has earned the designations of Graduate Master Builder, Certified Graduate Remodeler and Certified Green Professional from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). He is a Certified 'Aging in Place' Specialist (CAPS) and continues to pursue all opportunities to expand his knowledge to better serve our clients.
Suzanne joined Cormack Construction in 2008 after working for a major Mt. Washington Valley home center for several years. Previously she was a successful retail area manager, trainer, and mentor.
She is an avid learner, with a Bachelor’s from Plymouth State University, a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional) designation from USGBC, and is an assistant fire chief at the Firefighter II level in her local volunteer fire department.
Suzanne’s strengths include the ability to manage information and resources, as well as communicate clearly and decisively. This helps our customers and project management teams make informed decisions, allowing projects to proceed efficiently. Her attention to detail aids the entire Cormack team in achieving customer satisfaction.
Beth joined Cormack in 2014, bringing over 20 years of experience in financial reporting, accounting, and human resources. She has worked for single-owner businesses with up to 17 divisions and recently completed her MBA.
Beth is well-versed in growth strategies and detail-oriented practices for any size business.
Pam, a New Hampshire native, joined Cormack Construction Management in 2015. She received her Bachelor of Professional Studies with High Honors. Pam’s background is in commercial construction but she really enjoys working one-on-one with homeowners. She strives to give her clients a great experience.
Pam loves the outdoors and enjoys hiking, kayaking, snowshoeing and skiing. She is an active volunteer. Her two grandsons are her joy.
Steve joined the team at Cormack Construction Management in 2015. Along with his great interpersonal skills and world class customer service he brings over 20 years of Facilities Management and Commercial Construction to CCM.
Steve enjoys working closely with clients from concept to completion and he feels that “nothing is more satisfying than a happy client.” His love of animals and the outdoors is apparent and there’s a good chance when you see him you may see Mack and Maddie the Golden Retrievers with him.
Alyssa joined the Cormack team in 2016. She first entered the construction industry in 2008 as a legal assistant for a Boston law firm dedicated exclusively to construction law. In 2012, she joined a Boston-based construction management firm where she gained valuable experience as a project administrator, construction insurance analyst, and earned her CRIS (Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist) designation.
Alyssa is action-oriented and results driven, with the ability to persevere through the ups and downs of a typical project until the desired results are achieved.
Jim has been with Cormack since 1993. He has an Associate’s degree in Building Science from Wentworth Institute of Technology. Jim’s strong background in both residential and light commercial construction gives him an advantage when estimating our projects.
Jim knows what it takes to come in on time and on budget and uses this knowledge to provide CCM with detailed estimates and options. His relationships with our sub-contractors and his problem-solving abilities ensure that our estimates are accurate and reflect the project scope.
Richard G. Holt, AIA, NCARB earned his architectural degree from Carnegie Mellon University and has extensive experience in residential, commercial, and institutional design and construction.
With a special interest in energy efficiency, his work has earned many awards, including a Solar Design Award from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
He has recently returned from California where his projects included the complete renovation of, and addition to, an iconic 165 room hotel, and the adaptive re-use of a former publishing facility by preserving the 44-year-old structure and creating a green-certified, high-tech collaborative work space.
Dave has over 15 years of experience designing residential and commercial buildings, theme park dark rides, and theatre sets. His rich and varied experiences and education include over 20 years as a contractor and as a Project Manager for large theme park projects. He also has considerable experience furniture making.
Dave's superb attention to detail and extraordinary imagination have resulted in many functional and aesthetically pleasing living spaces and custom casework pieces. His education includes two years of Fine Arts studies at CalArts.
We have risen to the level we are at today due to our construction and millwork teams. Our carpenters are talented craftspeople that know how to create enduring products. They love to build things with their hands and it shows. Different backgrounds and various fields of education within a crew, offer a wide knowledgebase of solutions to draw from. Teamwork abounds on our projects.
Our Supervisors are truly superior agents for the company. It takes the right temperament to coordinate and control all of the personalities, logistics and details that are involved in the construction of a project. It requires an eye for detail that is constantly watching the big picture. They must see with clarity how all of the products and methods meld together to ensure an enduring final product that exemplifies "Cormack work." It also requires the knowledge of function that only experience can supply.
Our Supervisors have been with us for many years and are dedicated to producing the best structures and joinery possible with today's methods and materials. They have all come up through the ranks and interact with the other members of the team with an attitude and enthusiasm that encourages everyone to perform at their best.
Subcontractors are integral to many of our projects. They appreciate the comprehensive organization, preparation, and the respect that they receive on a "Cormack job." When they arrive at a site ready to work, they find that we have anticipated their needs so that they can work safely and efficiently.
Safety control at our jobsites is the result of a stringent safety program, and good use of common sense. It has helped us keep our costs down due to a favorable standing with our insurance provider and it keeps our employees healthy and working. We adhere to OSHA guidelines as a minimum and make sure that anyone that enters a jobsite understands that.
The Woodworks is a division of Cormack Construction Management that supplies us with high quality millwork and cabinetry to compliment our construction. They can create period moldings to allow us to seamlessly marry an addition to a historical building, or they can create custom built-ins designed to fit your needs.