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CMW Group, Inc. is a full-service architectural firm, founded in 1994 by architect Richard M. Washburn II (President), Jack S. Cash (Vice-President), and Bruce G. Mahlandt (Secretary/Treasurer), providing professional architectural and planning services throughout the Central Maryland region, as well as for other specific regional project site locations in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and even well beyond the tri-state area, for building projects located in New Jersey, North Carolina and South Carolina. To this day, the success of CMW Group, Inc. owes much to the 50 plus years of related architectural and construction experience accrued by the current firm owner.

In 1996, CMW Group, Inc. purchased Titus-Fox and Associates, Inc., a well-respected 12-year old architectural firm, which had provided services throughout the local area, resulting in a much-expanded client base. Since that time, CMW Group, Inc. has achieved great success in working to gain and retain the trust of these same clients, as represented by the fact that more than half of the projects we undertake are for repeat clients.

Two of the founding partners, Jack Cash, and Bruce Mahlandt retired from the business in 2018. Richard Washburn currently remains as firm owner.

CMW Group, Inc. maintains a state-of-the-art office environment in the downtown historic district of Frederick, Maryland, within easy walking distance of most local governmental offices. Our history of integrated architectural design and project supervision, as well as the combined years of local and regional professional experience of our complete staff, continuously benefits our clients who operate within the City of Frederick and Frederick County, Maryland areas, in terms of technical expertise, design efficiency, and client responsiveness. CMW Group, Inc. has extensive experience related to the schematic planning, design and development, bidding and negotiations, construction administration, and code compliance for all types of architectural projects, including new building construction, renovation and rehabilitation of existing facilities, and new additions for existing buildings, simple interior remodeling, simple exterior façade improvements, interior space planning and design, as well as handicap-accessibility (ADA) evaluations, to name several.