For four decades, the company has excelled in a wide range of complex building types including Aviation, Rail, Heavy Civil, Educational, Healthcare, Hospitality, Industrial, Military, Municipal, Public Works, Commercial, and Multistory Residential. MCM is also experienced in using many diverse project delivery methods such as Pre-Construction Services, Design-Build, Construction Manager, Public-Private Partnership, Traditional Competitive Bid, and Privately-Financed projects.
COMMITTED TO OUR COMMUNITY
Founded and headquartered in Miami-Dade County since 1983, MCM is committed to building up its South Florida community. Over 80% of MCM’s 70+ employees and its principals are Miami-Dade County residents. Whether it is through building public projects, supporting local charities, or participating in volunteer events, MCM is proud to support the County we live in.
MCM is now positioned to continue Building Excellence using the strong portfolio of work that the company has built since 1983.
Local company presence
$2.4 billion in completed work
Over 500 successfully completed projects
Completed projects include, heavy civil, roadway, aviation, education, parking, and general construction related
NEW LEADERSHIP, SAME EXCELLENT TEAM
MCM can continue its strong legacy of building due to its acquisition by StrongCore Group LLC. The principals of StrongCore, all previous MCM employees, acquired MCM because they knew MCM would continue its history of Building Excellence. Nearly all key personnel remained with MCM, and they have hundreds of years of combined construction knowledge and expertise.
MCM exists today in large part because of powerful family bonds and ethics ingrained into the organization. For nearly two decades, from 1941 to 1960, Fernando Munilla, Sr. the father of the founders of MCM, was one of Cuba’s premier builders and a pioneer in construction methodology.
Four of his sons were brought to the U.S. through the Pedro Pan airlift operation days before the Bay of Pigs invasion and were placed in an orphanage in Ohio. During that time, Mr. Munilla stayed, fighting for his country’s freedom, leading covert operations along with the CIA. Like many other freedom fighters, he was unjustly arrested 3 times and finally managed to escape the island just ahead of Castro’s henchmen.
Mr. Munilla arrived in America with the clothes on his back, his credentials, and a fierce determination to reunite his family. He succeeded within a year, first moving to the Northeast and then finally settling in Miami, where he resumed his career and helped his sons start MCM.