Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) has had an amazing journey since its foundation and we believe that we would not have achieved so much without the help of our employees who strive to provide the best customer service while also providing high quality concrete repair to all types of structures. Meet our teams of professionals who have embraced our corporate culture allowing us to grow and become a leader in the industry.
Don F. Caple has been involved in the concrete construction and repair industry for over 42 years and is currently the President of and partner in Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) located in the Baltimore/Washington area.
Locally, Don is a member of the Baltimore/Washington Chapter of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) and has served as their President, Vice President, Secretary, and as a Board Member for several years.
Don has been an active member of the ICRI for over 24 years and has served on numerous committees during that time. The ICRI recognized his contributions by designating him an ICRI Fellow in 2011. In addition to the ICRI, Don has been a member of numerous other organizations associated with the building industry over the past 42 years, which includes the Post-Tensioning Institute, American Builders and Contractors Association, Steel Structures Painting Council, and the American Concrete Institute to name just a few.
During his 42 year career in the construction industry, Don has not only worked in the trenches alongside his co-workers, but has also trained numerous associates in the industry. Don is a leader in the concrete industry and has been an asset to all his constituents who have been fortunate enough to work with him.
With a Masters of Business Administration from University of Baltimore, Merrick School of Business along with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Maryland at College Park, Michael K. O’Malley co-founded Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) back in 1996, bringing over 25 years of experience in the Concrete Restoration Industry.
As the co-founder of CP&R, Mr. O’Malley has been instrumental with his personal attention to detail and oversight of the marketing/estimating components of the company. This includes, and is not limited to structural condition surveys, repair recommendations, as well as designing and modifying repair techniques to meet particular demands and constraints to allow the company to grow and become a leader in the industry.
Mr. O’Malley holds a host of contractor certifications from surrounding states and has a number of active business affiliations with several nationally recognized organizations such as:
Brian J. Greenbaum has a B.A. degree in Business Administration from Rutgers University and he is a CPA. During the past 35 years, Brian has gained extensive experience in both public and private accounting as a senior accountant, controller, treasurer, VP of Finance, and CFO. Brian joined Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) in 2003 as the General Manager and CFO. His responsibilities include lead relationships with banking/financial institutions, insurance markets, legal, employee benefits, human resources, and financial reporting, including job costing and cost controls. Brian has also assisted in real estate assessment and acquisition and has completed comprehensive revision of the employee handbook (making it bi-lingual) and related employee benefit programs. Additionally, Brian prepares all internal reporting and external reporting for financing, surety, and business owners.
Brian is a member of both the AICPA and MACPA. In addition he sits on the Board of Directors of Propeller Club of Baltimore, Roberts Shipping & Logistics, LLC., and the Trade Advisory Board to Carver Vocational and Technical High School.
As the Director of Business Development, Brian McCabe brings to Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) over 30 years of experience in the construction and restoration industry. Progressing from his roots on the Eastern Shore of Maryland to achieving his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland in 1987, he has been involved in a wide array of projects ranging from general construction to specialty, high profile restoration projects in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast areas.
Since his employment at CP&R in 1996, Brian has served as a Project Manager, Estimator, and Chief Estimator. Brian currently oversees the Estimating Department and he is responsible for developing and maintaining client relationships, managing bid schedules, reviewing outgoing bids and negotiating contracts. Brian is currently serving on the National Board of Directors in the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI). As an active participant in the ICRI, Brian has also served as a board member and President at the Baltimore Washington chapter.
Bringing over 30 years of experience in the Building Envelope Industry, Roger Noldon joined Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) in 2014 as the Building Envelope Division Manager. His project responsibilities are as follows:
Roger has received an extensive number of training and certifications is areas such as waterproofing, brick inspection and quality control, post-tension, expansion joints in brick work, and historical restoration. He has managed projects ranging anywhere from one thousand to 25 million and he has been providing legal expert witness representation as it relates to cost estimates and forensic and construction defects to commercial and residential clients since 2000.
Roger is a member of the International Concrete Repair Institute, Sealant Waterproofing and Restoration Institute, the Scaffold Industry Association, and the National Trust of Historic Preservation.
Steve R. Royer has been in the Facade Restoration, Concrete Restoration, Waterproofing and Industrial Repair business for over 30 years. He started in the restoration business in 1982 and has joined Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) back in 2007 where he has been involved with Operations, Estimating, and Special Projects.
In 1992, Steve was the President of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI). He was one of the “Founding Members” that attended the organizational meeting in Naperville Illinois, where he was appointed to the Board of Directors, in which he served for eight years. He was chair of the ad hoc committee that wrote the original By-Laws of the International Association of Concrete Repair Specialist (IACRS), as it was known at that time. Steve is also a member of the “Fellows” Committee and the ICRI Masonry Committee and was a contributing author for the “Guide for the Evaluation of Masonry Façade Structures” and the “Guideline for Repair of Masonry Façade Structures”.
Steve lives in Glen Rock, Pennsylvania with his wife Karen. They have been married for 40 years.
David Bickel is currently an estimator for Concrete Protection & Restoration, Inc (CP&R). He began his career in the construction industry in 2001, starting his tenure with CP&R as the Warehouse & Procurement Manager. He brings a team approach to the estimating department where he currently takes part in developing and maintaining client relationships, developing bid strategies, reviewing outgoing bids and negotiating contracts. David strives to maintain a close relationship with our customers and suppliers to ensure that CP&R continues to provide high quality service at a very competent price. David is also an active participant in the Baltimore Washington chapter of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI).
Greg Ackerman is Chief Operating Officer of Concrete Protection & Restoration, Inc (CP&R). He has over 30 years of experience in the areas of concrete restoration, strengthening, waterproofing, and upgrades to commercial and multifamily residential structures.
Greg is responsible for all aspects of operations including safety, quality, field and project management personnel, as well as developing new and maintaining client relationships.
Greg holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University.
Patrick J. O’Malley is a Senior Project Manager at Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R). Graduating from the University of Maryland, College Park, he earned his B. S. degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1985. Upon receiving his degree, Patrick was a Project Engineer for the United Parcel Service where he was responsible for a wide range of facility related projects that he managed from conception to construction. His assignments included designing and coordinating material handling projects, upgrades to the parcel sorting equipment, new equipment installations, underground storage tank upgrades, paving repairs, roof replacements as well as numerous other facility alterations and additions. Patrick then joined VSE and later Resource Consultants, performing project development and operational analysis for material handing projects at bulk mail centers located throughout the US.
In September of 2002, Patrick joined the CP&R team. Duties include interacting with Engineers, Owners, Property Managers, Manufacturer’s Representatives, Material Suppliers as well as the CP&R team in order to provide value- added repair solutions for our customers. Patrick has completed numerous projects of various sizes, including plaza deck repairs, full slab replacements, hydro-demolition jobs, expansion joints, waterproofing, high rise repairs, balcony repairs and steel beam repairs.
Patrick has been an active member of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) BW Chapter, servicing on the Board and holding the positions of Secretary, Vice-President, and in 2012 of President. Patrick is married to Susan and they have three grown children, Patrick, Caitlin and Maureen.
As a Senior Project Manager for Concrete Protection & Restoration Vincent C. "Chris" Glorioso brings more than 30 years of experience to the structural repair industry. Chris’ hard work and dedication has allowed him to become specialized in all aspects of concrete repair including Conventional Demolition, Hydro demolition, Post Tension Cable as well as Hot Rubberized Asphalt, Urethane Coating and various expansion joint systems.
Chris effectively manages and supervises multiple projects, ranging from $1 million to $7 million, while providing positive customer relations. He is in charge of developing budgets, creating schedules, evaluating production rates and tracking the overall progress of a project with the goal of meeting or exceeding the owner’s expectations. His dedication on completing high quality projects on time and within budget have led him to receive numerous appraisal letters from engineers and owners as well as an Award of Merit from the International Parking Institute for the Pratt Street Garage Renovation.
Chris holds a number of certifications for Coatings, Sealants, and Epoxy Flooring. He is also an active member in the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI). He has completed the OSHA 30 hr., Suspended access training as well as Trench construction and safety awareness.
William R. Martel, Jr. (Bill) has over 25 years of experience in the construction field. He started his career at Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) in 1998 as Project Manager, being responsible, on an ongoing basis, for the management and success of approximately 6-8 projects on average, typically representing $5-8 million in revenue for the company. William is also accountable for personnel management, which includes Site Supervisor management and the oversight of roughly 50 laborers, at any given time while also being responsible for payment billing, scheduling, material orders, change orders and the overall quality of work production for each project. He also communicates daily with Property Managers, Building Owners and Engineers to ensure projects meet various expectations and deadlines.
Furthermore, he provides estimations and cost proposals for new business development, administers and oversees contract agreements with sub-contractor relationships, and trains Project Engineers and Project Assistants. William oversees a range of work items such as structural concrete repairs, waterproofing, post-tension cable repairs, coatings, cathodic protective installations and expansion joint replacement having received a series of professional certifications to oversee these types of structural repairs. William is also a member of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI).
Joseph W. Donnelly has a B.S. of Architectural Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and he has passed the Professional Engineer exam. Joseph also holds a Master Certificate in Concrete Repair from the World of Concrete and he is an ACI Field Testing Technician Grade 1.
Joseph started his tenure with Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) in 2004 as the Project Manager where three of his projects have received the 2007 ICRI National Award of Excellence, the 2008 ICRI BWI Chapter Outstanding Repair Project, and the 2010 ICRI National Outstanding Repair Project of the Year. As the project manager, his responsibilities include, but are not limited to: permit applications, product submittals, cost analysis and projections, estimating change orders, creating and monitoring schedules and monthly invoicing, obtaining warranties, and submitting close out packages. He also represents the company at progress meetings with the Owner and Engineer, writes and executes contracts with subcontractors, and works as a team member with engineers and field managers to resolve issues created by unforeseen conditions.
Prior starting with CP&R 11 years ago, Joseph gained over 17 years of experience as a Design Engineer and Project Engineer on residential and commercial construction and renovation, including steel, concrete and wood framing, cast in place concrete structures, and precast prestressed concrete. His responsibilities included wind analysis and column design of commercial buildings and residential projects, review of shop drawings and field inspections, building frame analysis and component design, supervision of shop drawing preparation, and field personnel and field inspections.
Joseph is a member of the International Concrete Repair Institute and the ACI Maryland Chapter.
Phil Morabito, who holds an Associates Degree in Construction Management and General Studies, has been working with Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) since 2012 where he was hired as an Assistant Project Manager and was quickly promoted to Project Manager.
Upon joining the CP&R team, Phil has worked on a number of projects all varying in size and scope. Phil’s work experience includes parking garage repairs, high rise repairs, expansion joints, waterproofing membranes, and steel beam repairs. In addition, Phil is an experienced draftsman, skilled in the AutoCAD program. Phil embraces the everyday challenges of his projects always striving to deliver superior service, implementing strategic solutions through cross-functional collaboration across the organization and with Owners and Engineers. Looking to expand his knowledge, Phil has also been assisting the Building Envelope Division Manager.
Phil grew up in the Baltimore area and is an avid Orioles and Ravens fan. In his spare time Phil enjoys playing sports such as flag football, basketball, golf, snowboarding, and going to the beach.
Melissa Mitchell is a Project Engineer at Concrete Protection & Restoration, Inc (CP&R). She graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with a degree in Mechanical Engineering specializing in properties and structures of materials. She also covered machine design, fluid mechanics and electrical engineering in her studies.
Melissa has worked in business management and the public relation industry for over seven years. Here at CP&R, Melissa assists with the planning, scheduling and oversight of multiple jobs and contracts while providing positive customer relations. Melissa is also responsible to effectively manage and supervise the field personnel assigned to various projects, ensuring high level of productivity, efficiency, quality workmanship and adherence to Corporate Safety Standards. With her experience and expertise, she ensures that projects are completed according to its plans, meeting or exceeding all project requirements. Melissa is also an active member at the Baltimore-Washington Chapter of the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI).
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Kevin McDonald has over 25 years of experience in the construction field. His experience ranges from both, new and restoration of high-rise, parking structures, and bridges. Throughout his career in the concrete repair industry, Kevin has moved from the rank of Leadman to General Superintendent. Kevin started his tenure at Concrete Protection & Restoration (CP&R) in 2010. He is responsible for all aspects of grouting restoration and for making sure that equipment and supplies are at the job site when needed. He is also responsible for training of personnel, safety enforcement, and project quality control. Kevin holds a number of certifications which include post-tension repair, carbon fiber repair, welder, and ASBI grouting repair.
As the Safety Director of Concrete Protection & Restoration, Charles draws on his 20+ years of Construction Industry experience which include commercial, residential, industrial, design build, renovation, and repair to lead a team of exceptional managers toward the only acceptable goal in the field of Occupational Safety and Health: Zero Accidents.
His approach to occupational safety and health was formulated early in his career as the Safety Manager for a commercial construction company with 200+ employees. During this time, he learned that the primary responsibility of a Safety Professional is life safety and once life safety is the target of a safety program, all other aspects of risk management (regulatory compliance, insurance administration, property protection, etc.) will fall into place. As Regional Safety Manager for a national home builder with more than 2000 employees, he learned the intricacies of safety administration and how to motivate large groups of people to strive for life safety. His current position as Safety Director of Concrete Protection & Restoration since 2009 has allowed him to infuse his brand of safety management into what was already a very health safety culture operating in the concrete repair industry.
Charles is also an active member of a number of organizations devoted to the advancement of occupational safety and health including the Washington Metropolitan Construction Safety Association, American Society of Safety Engineers, the National Safety Council and the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI). In ICRI he is active both locally and nationally currently serving on the national Environmental Health and Safety Committee and as a regular contributor to the Concrete Repair Bulletin, a bimonthly publication of ICRI.
His commitment to safety does not end at work. As part of a partnership between CP&R and a local vocational high school, he teaches a safety class to senior high school students about to enter the work place.