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The Bulldog Group Opens New Headquarters in Beltsville

 

Holding Ribbon: LaCheryl Jones, Co-Founder, The GROW Center; Harley Flack, Executive Vice President, Stella May Contracting; John Mason, Director Business Development, PGCEDC: Stella Miller, President, Stella May Contracting; Pradeep Ganguly, Executive Vice President, PGCEDC; Miguel Lambert, Chief Executive Officer, The Bulldog Group; Jeanne Lambert, The Bulldog Group; Renee Cooper, Co-Founder, The GROW CenterBeltsville, MD, June 14, 2016 - Last week, Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) Executive Vice President Pradeep Ganguly, along with Business Development Directors John Mason and David Lewis attended the grand opening of The Bulldog Group in Beltsville, Maryland.  Officials from the Maryland Department of Transportation, the Maryland Washington Minority Companies Association, and the Maryland Democratic Party joined other well-wishers as Miguel Lambert, CEO of The Bulldog Group, officially opened their Prince George's County headquarters along with County newcomers Stella May Contracting and The Grow Center.

"The EDC is excited to congratulate Mr. Lambert and The Bulldog Group on their expansion and acquisitions in Prince George's County. We are delighted to have been able to play an integral part in the growth of this dynamic company," said Ganguly.  "The EDC prides itself on being able to partner with our business community to retain the business we have, attract great companies like The Bulldog Group, Stella May Contracting and The G.R.O.W. Center, but also connecting these companies with opportunities to grow their business and get results."

The Bulldog Group is a leading specialty contractor serving the construction and transportation market in the Washington Metropolitan area and in New York.  Through the permitting assistance, site selection assistance and partnership with the EDC, The Bulldog Group was able to effectively consolidate its operations in the County by purchasing a 20,000 SF office complex right off the Beltway. 

"As a new investor, I had the great opportunity to work with John Mason at the EDC and others who have guided us through the permitting process," said Lambert.  "The environment that County Executive Baker, Mr. Coleman and the EDC have produced, through the minority participation programs and certification requirements, affording opportunities for smaller companies to grow in Prince George's County is an environment that is critical to our success. Without the EDC's support, we wouldn't be able to grow our business. With all of the projects that are on the horizon in the County, we also want to provide other companies with an opportunity to grow."

Partnering with The Bulldog Group is The G.R.O.W. Center, founded by LaCheryl Jones and Renee Cooper.  The G.R.O.W. Center (Gain Resources and Opportunities Within) is a 'think-u-bator' to assist small businesses and startup companies' not just reach their potential, but exceed it.  Also coming into The Bulldog Group Stella May Contracting, a construction firm owned by Stella Miller and well known in the Mid-Atlantic. This woman-owned company, founded in 1995, is opening its first office in Prince George's County. 

"It is awesome to have the opportunity to be here in Prince George's County," said Miller.  "I want to thank the Economic Development Corporation and Miguel Lambert for the opportunity to be here with The Bulldog Group."

Last week's event highlights the power of the Economic Development Corporation to attract companies to grow their businesses in Prince George's County.  The vision of the Bulldog Group is to not only provide quality service to the projects taking place in the County, but to also partner and connect with smaller companies to mentor their success.

"This is one of the most significant ribbon-cuttings in Prince George's County," said Wayne Frazier, President, Maryland Washington Minority Companies Association. "This project takes several local Maryland African American and minority companies and brings them together to position and attract other African American businesses to locate and grow here.  Bulldog's record of working on major waters projects is extremely significant for the Metropolitan area. I'm glad that they are here in Prince George's County."

For more information how the EDC can assist businesses with access to capital, site selection, and other business support services, contact John Mason, Director of Economic Development at 301-583-4650 or jamason@co.pg.md.us .