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Two Texas-based firms were chosen to jointly handle construction and program management services for the Pennsylvania project. John Glover (middle) and Charles Crowder (right), of Alliance Construction Management and CEC Construction Management & Estimating Services, respectively, discuss design plans involving converting a former prison complex in Westmoreland County into a military veterans’ rehabilitation center.


The project development team chose two Texas-based firms to jointly handle construction and program management services—CEC Construction Management & Estimating Services LLC (CEC/CM) in Irving, and Alliance Construction Management LLC (Alliance CM) in Las Colinas, Irving. Local firms in Pennsylvania are assisting with design efforts.


Charles Crowder, President and Owner of CEC/CM, is the Senior Program and Construction Manager on the project. This effort is particularly meaningful to the Dallas native, a military veteran who was drafted during the 1970s and served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.


“I am excited and honored to be involved in an effort that gives back to our veterans. I’ve worked with Eleanora nu- merous times since the mid-90s, and when she called me and described the vision of this project, I jumped at the chance to join the team,” says Crowder. “This is bigger than bricks and mortar—it’s about giving back to the men and women who make freedom possible in our country.”


Established in 1985, CEC/CM provides construction management, estimating and other services on a variety of project types to clients throughout the U.S.


“This project offers many challenges both design-wise and physically. In the past, our company’s renovation and re- purposing efforts pertained mostly to warehouses, retail buildings or older free-standing structures—it’s not often that you get to repurpose a large-scale prison complex,” says Crowder. “This is a project where precise, cost-effec- tive coordination between specialists in architecture, engi- neering and construction is crucial to meeting the owner’s needs and expectations.”


Also working alongside Crowder is his friend and col- league, John Glover, the Senior Vice President of Alliance CM, a “values-driven” general contracting, project programming and construction management, and design-build firm. Glover’s company primarily works with customers in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, but


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