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60989291_2244970712266183_305520686124761088_o.jpg How Maryland Legislation Affects the Construction Industry 

On Tuesday, May 21, RCM&D hosted the Maryland Chapter of the CFMA for the seminar "How Maryland Legislation Affects the Construction Industry." Matthew Hjortsberg and J. Nicole Windsor of Bowie & Jensen discussed legislation and major appellate court opinions that affect the construction industry, including: the Maryland minimum wage, inquiries into criminal records, disclosing sexual harassment in the workplace and other procurement changes.   

IMG_9190_Speakers.jpg Maryland Chapter of CFMA Hosts White Collar Crime & Fraud at RCM&D

On Tuesday our chapter held our first lunch seminar of the year! A huge thanks to our host RCM&D and our presenters Matt A.S. Esworthy and Adam Lippe for taking the time to educate us on White Collar Crime and Fraud.

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The board of the Maryland Chapter of CFMA recently had a fantastic time at their overnight Strategic Planning Retreat at the Hyatt in Cambridge! We are looking forward to the year ahead! If you are interested in joining the board, please contact our chapter administrator Lisa Godwin at cfmamaryland@gmail.com. IMG_3886.jpeg

IMG_0798.jpg Maryland Chapter of CFMA Hosts Dinner for
Ronald McDonald House
Our chapter was so honored to cook dinner for the families at the Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore on October 10th, 2018. Thanks for the oppourtunity at RMD! We cannot wait to do it again soon!

Maryland Chapter of CFMA Hosts Construction & Cyber Resiliency: What You Need to Know & What You Need to Do

March 1st, 2018 - Each day, our world becomes more and more interconnected through increased apps usage on mobile devices and storing more of our data in “the cloud.” With all the resulting benefits and efficiencies come an increasing amount of Cyber related threats – loss of intellectual property, compromise of employee PII, insider threats and ransomware to name a few.  As the construction industry leverages new technology to conduct business, it is not immune from these threats and the legal or financial impacts that result from a Cyber attack.


Thank you to Stephen Mainello and RCM&D for hosting such a successful event! Amazing photos thanks to Adam Lowe of Adam Lowe Creative!


Manor Hill Brewing Social Event

April 27th, 2017 - We had so much fun as we connected with other CFMA Members, networked informally, created new relationships and fostered established friendships.


  Maryland Chapter of CFMA Hosts
Bruce Tabler Memorial Golf Tournament

October 24, 2016, the MD Chapter of the CFMA hosted its annual Bruce Tabler Memorial Golf Tournament. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore.


The tournament was held at Rolling Road Country Club on a beautiful fall morning and afternoon. Afterwards, there was great food and an awards ceremony.

  Maryland Chapter of CFMA Hosts Dinner for
Ronald McDonald House

On October 18, 2016, your CFMA Board members cooked dinner for the families at Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore. The menu consisted of Barbeque Chicken, Steamed Shrimp, Scalloped Potatoes, Salad and homemade Strawberry Shortcakes for dessert!

  Howard County Community College Tour

On May 5, 2016, the Maryland Chapter of the CFMA took a tour of the newest building under construction at Howard County Community College. We toured the new Science and Engineering building that will be equipped with the latest technology for future scientist and engineers to conduct a vast array of experiments. Afterwards, we celebrated Cinco de Mayo at Union Jacks! Special thanks to Anita Sheckells for organizing this event!

Maryland Chapter of CFMA Hosts Dinner for
Ronald McDonald House

Maryland Chapter members Bruce Tabler, Pat Gibbons, Tom Mawhinney, Ryan Hennigan, Brandi Hemsieri and Anita Sheckells, along with family members Ann Tabler and Kelsey Gibbons, treated the families at the Baltimore Ronald McDonald House to a dinner feast on March 9. The menu prepared by Bruce included steamed shrimp, BBQ chicken, scalloped potatoes, fresh string beans, fruit.

After a long day caring for loved ones who were being treated at nearby hospitals, the families faces lit up when they saw the dinner that was prepared in their honor. Several diners were able to take food back to family members who had not yet returned from the hospital.

Maryland and DC Chapters Jointly Host Golf Outing

The Maryland Chapter partnered with the DC Chapter to host a golf outing on September 19, 2008. With over 90 golfers participating at the Timbers at Troy Golf Course, the outing was a great success on a beautiful fall day. Golfers were treated to a continental breakfast, beverages on the course, a cookout luncheon and door prizes.


The winning foursome of Craig Birmingham, George Heacox (DC Chapter President), Jeremy Colville and Wayne Cabot each received a $100 gift certificate to Timbers at Troy Golf Course. The Maryland School for the Blind was also a winner, receiving a $1,500 check which included $750 from the Maryland Chapter, along with a $750 matching contribution from long time CFMA member, LH Cranston and Sons, Inc.

CFMA Visits Annapolis Towne Center Job Site

On May 7, 2008, members of the Maryland Chapter of CFMA attended a job site visit at Annapolis Towne Center. Among those attending were the CFMA President, Anita Sheckells, as well Board Members Bruce Tabler, Ryan Henigan, Pat Gibbons and Asif Choudhury. Annapolis Towne Center is a 35 acre mixed-use property including residential and retail space. The job site visit was lead by Project Manager John Heagy and Controller Dave Schorr of the Bozzuto Group. The CFMA members toured Bozzuto’s portion of the project which included Mariner Bay and is comprised of 10 levels of residential space including 208 luxury apartments above 2 levels of ground floor retail space. The tour started with a ride to the roof of the building aboard a temporary construction elevator and included each floor of the project. The tour concluded with a happy hour and network at Greystone Grille in Annapolis.