Commercial
ches1.jpg The Chesapeake Restaurant

Role: Exterior Core and Roofing
Project Type: Commercial / Historical Renovation
Location: Baltimore, MD

A mainstay of Baltimore dining for decades, the former Chesapeake Restaurant has been closed since 1987. The property is actually a sprawl of formerly separate town houses.

Located in the Charles North neighborhood, the former Chesapeake Restaurant will include three new restaurants: De Kleine Duivel, a Belgian brasserie; a smaller footprint of Milk and Honey; and a third restaurant whose details have not been finalized.
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Ripleys balt.jpg Ripley's Believe it or Not

Role: Framing, Drywall, Acoustical Ceiling, Doors and Frames
Project Type: Commercial - Tenant Improvement
Location: Baltimore, MD
Completion: May 2012

Ripley's Believe It or Not! will open a "odditorium" museum at the Inner Harbor. To lure visitors to its collection of "amazing exhibits" and unbelievable & genuine artifacts from around the globe," the Orlando, Fla.-based entertainment company wants an attention-grabbing facade at its proposed site in the Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace.
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fourseasons.jpg The Four Seasons Hotel and Residences and The Legg Mason Tower

Role: Construction Management – Compliance Monitoring & Reporting
Project Type: Hotel, Commercial, Residential, Mixed-Use, Waterfront
Location: Harbor East, Baltimore
Completion: May 2010

The Four Seasons Hotel and Residences and The Legg Mason Tower is a $550 million mixed use complex located within Harbor East, a 38-acre project in Baltimore, Maryland. The dual towers, designed by the world renowned Hill Glazier Architects from Alton, California, will be an icon in the city for years to come. The Four Seasons tower features 695,538 square feet of hotel and luxury condominium residences as well as 16,000 square feet of retail amenities.
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phase_1_rendering.jpg Harbor Point

Role: Construction Management – Compliance Monitoring & Reporting
Project Type: Commercial, Mixed-Use, Waterfront
Location: Harbor East, Baltimore
Completion: May 2010

Harbor Point, a 1.8 million square foot development is bordered by Harbor East and historic Fells Point, successfully underwent a 20-year, $100 million environmental remediation capping the site in preparation for future development.
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