2020 News Archives

Campus Construction Management Group Readies Schools for On-Time Openings... READ FULL STORY

Construction is under way for Allegany-Limestone Central School District’s $16.1 million capital project. Crews are working to create new baseball, softball, soccer and physical education fields, all of... READ FULL STORY

On April 9, Campus Construction Management Group broke ground for Phase II of Webster Central School District’s $43.5 million 2016 capital project—the Spry Middle School new cafetorium. Campus... READ FULL STORY

Campus Construction Management Group (Campus CMG) has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2019 honor by The Democrat... READ FULL STORY

Lyndonville Central School District kicked off the new year with an indoor “groundbreaking” by tearing down walls and pulling up carpet to make way for new classrooms. The event kicks off Phase II of the district’s $10.7 million capital improvement project, which is anticipated to reach... READ FULL STORY

Campus CMG continued its commitment to students in classrooms throughout Monroe County at the ROC2Change Fall 2018 Student Summit on Race on Friday, November 16 at the Wegmans Conference Center in Gates. Campus was a key supporter of the event along with ACT for Education, the premier public... READ FULL STORY

Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District celebrated the groundbreaking of the Phase II Facilities Improvement Project this October. The event kicks off the district’s $29.9 million construction project, which is anticipated to reach substantial completion in 2020.


Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES marked the culmination of the 2014 Capital Improvements Project with a ribbon-cutting and grand opening reception this October. The celebration welcomed officials from BOCES 2’s nine component districts to tour and experience the new Career and Technical Education (CTE)... READ FULL STORY

Campus CMG team members Marco Marascio, Kevin Arilotta, Eric Haney, and Dan Andrews represented Campus at Rochester Careers in Construction Day! Each year, Campus assists and exhibits at this county-wide event for career-minded students in grades 8 - 12.


Churchville-Chili Central School District marked the grand opening of its stadium turf field and track with a ribbon-cutting celebration and balloon launch at the beginning of the school year, and continued the celebration at the district’s Board of Education meeting this October.