February 10, 2016
Press Releases & News

C3M Power Systems Establishes Headquarters in Prince George's County

Capitol Heights, MD - C3M Power Systems has opened the doors to its new office in Capitol Heights, Md. The facility will serve as headquarters for the company's national operations and houses more than 20 administrative staff; an additional 60 skilled electricians work on C3M project sites throughout the country. The new headquarters also includes warehouse space for material storage and a prefabrication shop for off-site development.  C3M Power Systems is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clark Construction Group and a major electrical systems contractor in the transportation market,

"We are thrilled to establish our new headquarters in Prince George's County," said C3M Senior Vice President, Mark Ketchel. "Prince George's County is poised for tremendous growth, and we see it as a great place to lay down roots and grow. We look forward to taking an active role in the local business community. I'm confident our new office will allow us to better serve clients — both locally and nationally — and position us for future success."

C3M's headquarters in Capitol Heights further strengthens Clark's long-established presence in Prince George's County.  Clark Logistics, also a division of the company, has maintained its office and yard facility in the county since 1968.  Clark Logistics provides engineering and equipment solutions for Clark projects throughout the region. 

C3M will mark the completion of its new office in mid-February with an open house for subcontractor partners, city and county officials, and members of the Capitol Heights community.

C3M Power Systems self-performs the construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of electrical systems in the transportation market. The company's capabilities include electrical, traction power, overhead catenary, and communications and signaling systems for heavy rail, light rail, streetcar, Class 1 freight rail, and bus transit systems. The company currently is responsible for $78 million in major electrical contracts on nearly a dozen rail and mass transit projects across the country, including the WMATA Orange and Blue Line Rehabilitation in Washington, D.C., the Cincinnati Street Car project in Cincinnati, M-1 Rail Streetcar in Detroit.

C3M Power Systems strengthens Clark's ability to serve clients in the transportation sector and pursue new opportunities in the civil marketplace. In addition to being one of the nation's largest and most experienced construction firms, Clark is currently the nation's 15th-largest mass transit and rail contractor, as ranked by Engineering News-Record.