Delmarva Veteran Builders Completes CFS Office Renovation and Fit Out

SALISBURY, Md. – December 18, 2014 – Delmarva Veteran Builders, the region’s only commercial construction firm dedicated to bringing employment to U.S. Armed Forces Veterans, announced the completion of a renovation and tenant fit out for CFS Comprehensive Financial Solutions at 953 Mt. Hermon Road in Salisbury, Maryland. 

“We worked closely with CFS to deliver a finished product that would meet their operational needs,” said Chris Eccleston, Delmarva Veteran Builders. “The space is clean, professional and provides functionality for the business.” 

“We hired Delmarva Veteran Builders for this project because
they came back with the most comprehensive proposal and we highly respect Chris for his reputation and certainly as a veteran,” said Mark Engberg, certified financial planner for CFS. “That was important to us.” 

Delmarva Veteran Builders demolished the existing 3,300 square foot space to make room for the tenant fit out. The project, completed in ten weeks, included interior renovations and new floor plan modifications. DVB gutted the building that was originally designed as a large space divided by multiple cubicles. The new layout, designed by Fisher Architecture, now includes office space, a conference room, lobby, and kitchen and cubicle space. 

“When we started the business 26 years ago we occupied 300 square feet of space and slowly grew to fill the entire building on Main Street,” said Bruce Robson, Co-Founder, CFS Comprehensive Financial Solutions. “When we realized there was no more room for us to grow into, we knew it was time to move. Delmarva Veteran Builders presented the best price, came highly recommended and met our timing demands without a problem.” 

“Our goal was to be in our new office comfortably before tax season,” said Mark Engberg, certified financial planner for CFS. “Chris delivered on his promise and got us in earlier than anticipated. If anything came up during the building process, Chris would always say,” I got it.” And he meant it.” 

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Jenny Kerr Schroen