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Ramapo for Children Dedicates New Campus Buildings Constructed by Kirchhoff-Consigli Construction Management

06.26.14

RHINEBECK, New York – Ramapo for Children held the dedication ceremony for two new buildings built by Kirchhoff-Consigli Construction Management (KCCM) on their 250-acre Rhinebeck campus today.

Thomases Hall, dedicated to the late Bob Thomases, the former director of Camp Ramapo, and his wife Jean, is a residential space for staff members. The Susan McAdam Pavilion, dedicated to the late Susan McAdam, a Board member who was also a counselor at Camp Ramapo in the 1970s, will serve as a multipurpose meeting space for visiting school groups and community organizations. The facility includes a snack bar, wireless internet access and a lounge area.

Ramapo for Children’s Chief Executive Officer Adam Weiss said, “These buildings epitomize Ramapo’s philosophy and approach. They provide a space for adults to communicate, collaborate, and develop a toolbox of strategies to help children experience success.”

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Dedication of Ramapo for Children New Campus Buildings L-R: Luke Interrante, KCCM Project Manager; Jon Papineau, KCCM Superintendent; Lowell McAdam, husband of Susan McAdam; Steve Burpoe, KCCM Project Engineer; Gordon Cruikshank, KCCM Operations Manager.