Rommel Cranston Construction Builds Merit

Rommel Cranston Construction, which provides traffic control construction services, takes safety seriously, especially workplace safety. The company encourages and provides incentives to employees for professional development through education, apprenticeship, safety training, association involvement, volunteering and certifications.

“It is not just about the safety statistics,” says Leon Bromley, president of Rommel Cranston. “We are committed to the health and wellbeing of each employee. The most import part of Rommel is the people, who grow professionally every day and go home safe every night.”

Bromley, who began his career as a union electrical apprentice, believes in the merits of merit shop construction. Rommel Cranston operates three merit shop construction firms (Rommel Cranston Electrical, Mechanical-HVAC and Plumbing; Rommel Engineering and Construction-Design; and Rommel Cranston Service Electrical, Mechanical-HVAC and Plumbing Maintenance), all dedicated to quality workmanship through employee satisfaction and excellence.

“What really sets Rommel apart are the people and the processes,” says Bromley. “We have industry and trade experts that work together as a complete team. Our processes utilize planning and experience so we are able to stay on or ahead of schedule, and bring solutions to the table when necessary instead of running around to “put out fires.”

Rommel also takes pride in supporting the areas it serves, and has given generously of its time and resources over the years to the community of Linthicum. Through its Rommel Golf Fore Kids Tournament, the company has raised $350,000 to children’s charities throughout Maryland.

In addition to traffic control services, Rommel Construction Companies also provide a range of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing construction services in the Mid-Atlantic region. Notable projects include the Travilah Firehouse and completing the first ITS (intelligence traffic systems) projects in Maryland.

Any special charitable endeavors?

Rommel takes pride in supporting the communities we serve, we give time, materials and money to the Linthicum community and have raised and donated over $350,000 to Maryland childrens’ charities through the Rommel Golf Fore Kids tournament.

What are some projects of which you are particularly proud?

University of Maryland Baltimore Campus Performing Arts and Humanities Building, Johns Hopkins Bayview Emergency Department, Bennett Middle School, Travilah Fire Station, Completing the first ITS projects in Maryland (Intelligence traffic systems), Chesapeake College Allied Health Building