COLUMBIA, SC -- CMARK International Inc., a global provider of facility and logistic support services for government and commercial institutions, has recently completed three major furnishing projects for US Federal Facilities in Texas, Florida, and North Carolina.

These projects, all completed in the last 8 months, included furnishing and installation of office, conference, and classroom furniture. The largest project, just completed in January, was a $1.3 mm barracks and dormitory project at Fort Sam Houston. The other projects completed in July and October of 2010 were for a group of Veteran Centers in Florida and the Veterans Hospital in Durham, NC.

"CMARK's overall business strategy includes providing a diverse but cohesive product offering of facility design and support products to The U.S. Federal Government and prime contractors working for the federal government," says Charles W. Jones, Jr., president and CEO of CMARK. "Final completion of these major furnishings projects, along with the food service equipment projects recently completed illustrates the plan and course of the company."

CMARK International, Inc. has for over 10 years focused hard on various U.S. Government market segments including DOD bases, hospitals, lodges, schools, prisons, as well as office buildings and court houses. CMARK's architectural and design staffs worked in conjunction with general contractors as well as its own field production unit to design, renovate, and furnish state of the art dormitories.

CMARK International is a licensed architectural firm with a history of construction and design projects for U.S. government facilities throughout the United States.

About CMARK International, Inc.:

CMARK International provides a wide array of facility and logistic support services including construction, architectural design, food service, furnishings and maintenance and operation services with a primary focus on U.S. federal facilities. The company operates out of its headquarters in Columbia SC, three Field support locations in the United States and two field support units Europe and Asia.

As a well established Service-disabled Veteran-owned Small Business (SDVOSB), CMARK has built a strong franchise to meet the federal procurement opportunity represented by the Veterans Benefits Act of 2003 (Public Law 108- 183) which requires U.S. government agencies and prime contractors to earmark three percent of all federal procurement dollars to high quality SDVOSB firms.


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