Denver– Jan. 12, 2018 – Cumming, an international construction consultancy, has merged with Denver-based Project One Integrated Services in a continued effort to expand its regional footprint and provide unmatched construction services to its growing local and regional client base.

Founded in 1999 by Mike Palumbo and Tristin Gleason, Project One provides project management and owner representation services that focus on the planning, oversight, and implementation of large-scale capital construction projects. The group has worked on more than 500 assignments representing nearly $6 billion in project value across 22 states and seven Canadian provinces. Project One’s experience includes work on hospitals, large healthcare clinics, corporate office buildings, multi-family residential projects, cultural facilities, municipal, civil and infrastructure projects, as well as customized assignments.

“Cumming has a track record of consistently adding value to complex projects, and the joining of our teams will provide our collective client base, especially those throughout Colorado and neighboring states, with even more resources to help achieve their development-related goals,” said Finlay Cumming, founder and CEO of Cumming.

Project One will operate as a standalone subsidiary of Cumming. The office will continue to be managed by Project One founders Palumbo and Gleason, however it will work in close cooperation with Cumming’s established local team.

“Combining our expertise and resources with Cumming allows us not only to meet the expanded needs of our current clients and grow our client base, but it will also provide new and important growth opportunities for our staff,” shared Palumbo.

As an expert provider of construction project and cost management services, Cumming has assembled a diverse portfolio that includes an array of work in the healthcare, education, commercial, hospitality, retail, entertainment, and high-end residential sectors. The firm has more than 400 assignments underway at any given time, and has worked on projects worldwide with a collective value exceeding $150 billion. Recent Cumming assignments in the region include work with Kaiser Permanente, University of Colorado, Penrose-St Francis Health Services, Colorado State University, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado School of Mines, and Vail Marriott, among many others.

“We are truly excited about the future as this merger strengthens Project One’s capabilities and greatly expands our geographic footprint,” stated Gleason. “We couldn’t ask for a better operational and cultural fit – we look forward to this new partnership.”

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Cumming is an international project and cost management firm with 26 domestic and five international offices. Since opening for business in 1996, Cumming has provided efficient and cost-effective solutions to ensure that projects in the commercial, hospitality, retail, entertainment, education, healthcare, and high-end residential sectors are executed on time and within budget. Cumming provides a solutions-oriented suite of services that specifically addresses its clients’ unique challenges, thus enabling them to achieve extraordinary results. For more information, please visit www.ccorpusa.com.

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