Who We Are
CGK Consulting Group, Inc is an engineering and technical consultancy providing professional services to a variety of markets across the United States. Our core competencies are in the fields of mechanical, electrical, chemical, process, controls, and software engineering as well as project and construction management. Our diverse skill sets and integrated project teams allow us to provide effective full-service results to our clients.
Headquartered in San Diego, California, CGK is also incorporated in Arizona, Illinois, Ohio, Virginia, and North Carolina, and have provided services to clients in Nevada, Nebraska, Iowa, Texas, New York, and Connecticut, as well as Alberta, Canada and Bolivar, Colombia.
We pride ourselves on being flexible and able to tend to the client and project team’s needs quickly. We are not bound by our offices’ regions. In today’s economy, our clients require our services all over the country, and we ready to commute to meet our customers’ needs. Whenever possible, we set up virtual support services to minimize the cost to our customers and improve the efficiency of our projects.
CGK forges lasting professional relationships by viewing themselves as being someone who is integrated with your company. The road to each solution is specific to your company’s needs, and we have your ultimate goal in mind at every step of the design, engineering, and construction process.
We utilize modern software, technologies, and ideas to streamline work processes and develop proprietary software tools that provide tailored solutions to each client. For your project we combine engineering, design, automation, safety analysis, and project management to the implementation to ensure that your project is a success.
CGK Consulting Group, Inc
7968 Arjons Drive, Suite A112
San Diego, CA 92126
The founding members of CGK Consulting Group met in Texas in 2007 during the early years of their professional careers. They were working in an engineering and professional development program for one of the largest Portland cement & building materials manufacturers in the United States. Over the years, Michael Carlomagno, Joshua Gemmell, and Seth Kahle became colleagues and friends, but shortly after moved on to other positions and companies where they began to specialize in different engineering disciplines.
Michael, a Mechanical Engineer from California State University, Chico, moved to San Diego to work and develop skills as a mechanical engineer and project manager for commercial, pharmaceuticals, life science, and light industrial construction projects. In 2011, Michael received his Professional Engineer’s license from the State of California, and continued to work in the San Diego area.
Joshua spent several years working as a process and mechanical reliability engineer as well as a commissioning engineer on a brand new Portland cement plant in Florida. In 2010, he returned to his Chemical Engineering alma mater, Arizona State University, to pursue a Masters of Science in Construction Management. Subsequently, Joshua went to work for Jacobs Engineering in their mining engineering department located in Tempe.
A chemical engineer from the University of Michigan, Seth left the cement manufacturer to go work in the Midwest at The Dow Chemical Company, which would later become Americas Styrenics, a joint venture between Dow and Chevron Phillips Chemicals. During this time, Seth was a manufacturing capital projects engineer, and was heavily exposed to industrial process control, instrumentation, and electrical systems. While working in the Chicagoland area, Seth returned to school for Bachelors of Science in Technical Project Management with a specialty in Computer Information Systems.
In late 2012, discussion about starting a multidisciplinary engineering firm began, and by July 2013, CGK Consulting Group, Inc had formally incorporated in the State of California. As more business opportunities started to arise, Michael, Joshua, and Seth all came to work for CGK on a full time basis and hired the first two employees in 2014. The diversity of education and on-the-job experience allowed CGK to tackle complicated engineering projects from the very beginning.
CGK Consulting Group is an active member of ISNetworld. We have centralized our compliance data within ISNetworld and streamlined our reporting process, making it easier for us to prequalify our company. We have made the following information available to our clients in an electronic format, which is available online 24 hours a day: Health, Safety, and Environmental Questionnaire, Insurance Certificates, OSHA Forms, Experience Modification Rate (EMR) Letters, Written Health, Safety, and Environmental Programs, Training Information, Reporting of Hours and Incidents by Month. ISN’s Review and Verification Services (RAVS) verifies and evaluates our health, safety, and procurement information to ensure regulatory and client specific requirements are met.
Founded in 1994, the ACE name stands for Architecture, Construction and Engineering. The ACE program helps to mentor high school students and inspires them to pursue careers in design and construction. It’s now the construction industry’s fastest-growing high school mentoring program, reaching over 8,000 students annually.
Our mission is to engage, excite and enlighten high school students to pursue careers in architecture, engineering, and construction through mentoring and to support their continued advancement in the industry.
CGK Consulting Group is going on their fifth year of involvement in the local San Diego region of the ACE Mentor Program. The year-long program brings enjoyment to our careers as we get the chance to show the local youth the benefits of our architectural, construction, and engineering industries, and to give a snapshot of our everyday tasks. The program also gives our youth an extracurricular activity and help those who are in disadvantaged neighborhoods or schools.
CGK Consulting Group is continually involved in the annual philanthropic event through the local San Diego chapter of ASHRAE. The organization spent the early morning preparing and serving breakfast to the tenants of the St. Vincent de Paul Village.
St. Vincent de Paul Village provides interim and transitional housing on a four-block campus in downtown San Diego’s East Village neighborhood. Residential services are located on this campus at the Joan Kroc Center, the Bishop Maher Center and the Paul Mirabile Center. For more information about each of the buildings, click here. Interim housing is available for single adults or families in the Rapid Rehousing program or who are able to obtain self-sufficiency within 120 days. Transitional housing is an option for those who need more support in order to obtain self-sufficiency.