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Non-Profit: Friends of Patterson Park – White House and Community Center

Non-Profit: Friends of Patterson Park – White House and Community Center

UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center, Fourth Floor Renovation

UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center – Fourth Floor Renovation

National Harbor, Washington, D.C. – Physical Therapy

National Harbor, Washington, D.C. – Physical Therapy

University of Maryland, College Park, Atlantic Building

University of Maryland, College Park, Atlantic Building

Harford Community College, Fallston Hall

Harford Community College, Fallston Hall

University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

University of Maryland, Baltimore, Cafe Renovations

University of Maryland, Baltimore, Cafe Renovations

Johns Hopkins Real Estate, Innovation Lab

Johns Hopkins Real Estate, Innovation Lab

Johns Hopkins Hospital, NICU Expansion

Johns Hopkins Hospital, NICU Expansion

University of Maryland, Baltimore, SOP Atrium

University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Pharmacy Atrium

University of Maryland College Park, Women’s Volleyball Locker Room

University of Maryland College Park, Women’s Volleyball Locker Room

Loyola University, Knott Hall

Loyola University, Knott Hall

Harford County Courthouse, Interior Room

Harford County Courthouse, Interior Room

Baywoods of Annapolis, Bathroom Upgrades

Baywoods of Annapolis, Bathroom Upgrades

Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

Coppin State University, Fireside Lounge

Coppin State University, Fireside Lounge

Coppin State University, Pedestrian Bridge

Coppin State University, Pedestrian Bridge

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

Johns Hopkins Bayview, Angio

Johns Hopkins Bayview Angio Biplane

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Legal Department Offices

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Legal Department Offices

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

Towson University, Newell Dining Hall

Towson University, Newell Dining Hall

Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

JP Chevrolet

JP Chevrolet

Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Lab Expansion

Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Lab Expansion

M&T Bank, St. Johns Lane Branch

• M&T Bank, St. Johns Lane Branch

225 International Circle

Medical Mutual

MedStar Health at Timonium

MedStar Health at Timonium

Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

Morgan State University, Lillie Carrol Jackson Museum

Morgan State University, Lillie Carrol Jackson Museum

National Institute on Aging at NIH, Vivarium

National Institute on Aging at NIH, Vivarium

Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

Boston Animal Hospital

Boston Street Animal Hospital

University of Maryland at Baltimore, Lexington Garage

University of Maryland at Baltimore, Lexington Garage

University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Medicine, MSTF Lab Spaces

University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Medicine, MSTF Lab Spaces

University of Maryland Baltimore County, Lecture Hall

University of Maryland Baltimore County, Lecture Hall

University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Urgent Care Center

UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Urgent Care Center

Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, Pharmacy

Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, Pharmacy

Harford County Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center

Harford County Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center

Maryland Masonic Home “Bonnie Blink”

Maryland Masonic Home “Bonnie Blink”

Citizen’s Care & Rehabilitation Center

Citizen’s Care & Rehabilitation Center

Department of Veterans Affairs Loch Raven Community Living Center

Department of Veterans Affairs Loch Raven Community Living Center

Communicare Bridge Park Healthcare Center

Communicare Bridge Park Healthcare Center

L.I.F.E Adult Daycare

L.I.F.E Adult Daycare

Presbyterian Homes of Maryland

Presbyterian Homes of Maryland

Washington Homes

Washington Homes

Frederick Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

Frederick Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

Xavier-Kensington Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Xavier-Kensington Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
  • Friends of Patterson Park - White House and Community Center

    JBC was contracted in 2019 by CapEx and Friends of Patterson Park as construction manager for the restoration of the 1868 Superintendent's house. JBC worked with the team through design and value engineering efforts until funding was finalized and final approval from the City was received. JBC made historic preservation efforts throughout construction by keeping the building’s original brick archways and matching the historic slate roof and floors. Updating and expanding this neighborhood staple into a functional and esthetically pleasing space for FoPP and the Baltimore City community is something JBC was excited to be a part of!

  • Friends of Patterson Park - White House and Community Center

    JBC was contracted in 2019 by CapEx and Friends of Patterson Park as construction manager for the restoration of the 1868 Superintendent's house. JBC worked with the team through design and value engineering efforts until funding was finalized and final approval from the City was received. JBC made historic preservation efforts throughout construction by keeping the building’s original brick archways and matching the historic slate roof and floors. Updating and expanding this neighborhood staple into a functional and esthetically pleasing space for FoPP and the Baltimore City community is something JBC was excited to be a part of!

  • Friends of Patterson Park - White House and Community Center

    JBC was contracted in 2019 by CapEx and Friends of Patterson Park as construction manager for the restoration of the 1868 Superintendent's house. JBC worked with the team through design and value engineering efforts until funding was finalized and final approval from the City was received. JBC made historic preservation efforts throughout construction by keeping the building’s original brick archways and matching the historic slate roof and floors. Updating and expanding this neighborhood staple into a functional and esthetically pleasing space for FoPP and the Baltimore City community is something JBC was excited to be a part of!

  • Friends of Patterson Park - White House and Community Center

    JBC was contracted in 2019 by CapEx and Friends of Patterson Park as construction manager for the restoration of the 1868 Superintendent's house. JBC worked with the team through design and value engineering efforts until funding was finalized and final approval from the City was received. JBC made historic preservation efforts throughout construction by keeping the building’s original brick archways and matching the historic slate roof and floors. Updating and expanding this neighborhood staple into a functional and esthetically pleasing space for FoPP and the Baltimore City community is something JBC was excited to be a part of!

  • Friends of Patterson Park - White House and Community Center

    JBC was contracted in 2019 by CapEx and Friends of Patterson Park as construction manager for the restoration of the 1868 Superintendent's house. JBC worked with the team through design and value engineering efforts until funding was finalized and final approval from the City was received. JBC made historic preservation efforts throughout construction by keeping the building’s original brick archways and matching the historic slate roof and floors. Updating and expanding this neighborhood staple into a functional and esthetically pleasing space for FoPP and the Baltimore City community is something JBC was excited to be a part of!

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • UMMS St. Joseph Medical Center - Fourth Floor Renovation

    JBC was contracted by the University of Maryland Medical System to renovate 18 patient rooms and accompanying spaces in the 4th floor's east wing at St. Joseph Medical Center. This included the nurse's station, food station, and patient suites. Due to COVID-19, the project schedule was accelerated by one month and finished early in order to have hospital beds ready for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. The design in this space is being used as the new standard for all future hospital renovation projects.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • National Harbor - DC, Physical Therapy

    This 6,000+ square-foot renovation created a new physical therapy location for the Muscular-Skeletal Institute of America at the National Harbor in DC. This state of the art facility on the third floor offers a fully-functional gym, locker rooms, and showers. The fourth floor provides space for the doctor's office, which includes exam rooms and X-ray facilities.

  • University of Maryland, College Park, Atlantic Building

    This project focused on office renovations, expanding the seminar room, and creating two collaboration spaces. New doors, paint, and light fixtures were added to complete renovations in addition to minor ductwork and electrical modifications.

  • University of Maryland, College Park, Atlantic Building

    This project focused on office renovations, expanding the seminar room, and creating two collaboration spaces. New doors, paint, and light fixtures were added to complete renovations in addition to minor ductwork and electrical modifications.

  • University of Maryland, College Park, Atlantic Building

    This project focused on office renovations, expanding the seminar room, and creating two collaboration spaces. New doors, paint, and light fixtures were added to complete renovations in addition to minor ductwork and electrical modifications.

  • University of Maryland, College Park, Atlantic Building

    This project focused on office renovations, expanding the seminar room, and creating two collaboration spaces. New doors, paint, and light fixtures were added to complete renovations in addition to minor ductwork and electrical modifications.

  • University of Maryland, College Park, Atlantic Building

    This project focused on office renovations, expanding the seminar room, and creating two collaboration spaces. New doors, paint, and light fixtures were added to complete renovations in addition to minor ductwork and electrical modifications.

  • Harford Community College, Fallston Hall

    A year-long renovation of the entire Fallston Hall building included interior and exterior work. Portions of the first floor slab was replaced and a new concrete slab was installed on the 2nd floor to close in the original two-story atrium. CMU walls were demolished with the entire building, making way for a complete renovation of the classrooms, offices, and restrooms. Several new windows were installed, as well as, new HVAC, lighting, plumbing, low voltage, millwork, flooring, and classroom accessories. Exterior work included sitework for a new patio and walkway, and EFIS replacement. The renovations brought new functionality to the building and a bright workspace for the students and faculty.

  • Harford Community College, Fallston Hall

    A year-long renovation of the entire Fallston Hall building included interior and exterior work. Portions of the first floor slab was replaced and a new concrete slab was installed on the 2nd floor to close in the original two-story atrium. CMU walls were demolished with the entire building, making way for a complete renovation of the classrooms, offices, and restrooms. Several new windows were installed, as well as, new HVAC, lighting, plumbing, low voltage, millwork, flooring, and classroom accessories. Exterior work included sitework for a new patio and walkway, and EFIS replacement. The renovations brought new functionality to the building and a bright workspace for the students and faculty.

  • Harford Community College, Fallston Hall

    A year-long renovation of the entire Fallston Hall building included interior and exterior work. Portions of the first floor slab was replaced and a new concrete slab was installed on the 2nd floor to close in the original two-story atrium. CMU walls were demolished with the entire building, making way for a complete renovation of the classrooms, offices, and restrooms. Several new windows were installed, as well as, new HVAC, lighting, plumbing, low voltage, millwork, flooring, and classroom accessories. Exterior work included sitework for a new patio and walkway, and EFIS replacement. The renovations brought new functionality to the building and a bright workspace for the students and faculty.

  • Harford Community College, Fallston Hall

    A year-long renovation of the entire Fallston Hall building included interior and exterior work. Portions of the first floor slab was replaced and a new concrete slab was installed on the 2nd floor to close in the original two-story atrium. CMU walls were demolished with the entire building, making way for a complete renovation of the classrooms, offices, and restrooms. Several new windows were installed, as well as, new HVAC, lighting, plumbing, low voltage, millwork, flooring, and classroom accessories. Exterior work included sitework for a new patio and walkway, and EFIS replacement. The renovations brought new functionality to the building and a bright workspace for the students and faculty.

  • Harford Community College, Fallston Hall

    A year-long renovation of the entire Fallston Hall building included interior and exterior work. Portions of the first floor slab was replaced and a new concrete slab was installed on the 2nd floor to close in the original two-story atrium. CMU walls were demolished with the entire building, making way for a complete renovation of the classrooms, offices, and restrooms. Several new windows were installed, as well as, new HVAC, lighting, plumbing, low voltage, millwork, flooring, and classroom accessories. Exterior work included sitework for a new patio and walkway, and EFIS replacement. The renovations brought new functionality to the building and a bright workspace for the students and faculty.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    This project renovated a 1,000 SF MRI imaging suite by demolishing the existing room finishes and RF shielding, repairing the existing to remain magnetic shielding, installing new RF shielding, replacing architectural walls, electrical rough-ins, casework and all finishes. Also completed was a utility disconnect and installation of wave guides as required by shielding replacement and engineering design. During construction, the old MRI was stored in a fresh air shaft just behind the MRI suite. The path to install the new one was through an existing roof penetration from a previous MRI replacement, through removable floor panels on the second floor down to the first floor, and finally through the fresh air shaft and rear wall into the finished MRI suite.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore, Cafe Renovations

    Renovation of an almost 1,000 SF existing café to better serve the student population included finishes, casework, and equipment being updated, along with the addition of self-serve kiosks for a more streamlined experience.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore, Cafe Renovations

    Renovation of an almost 1,000 SF existing café to better serve the student population included finishes, casework, and equipment being updated, along with the addition of self-serve kiosks for a more streamlined experience.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore, Cafe Renovations

    Renovation of an almost 1,000 SF existing café to better serve the student population included finishes, casework, and equipment being updated, along with the addition of self-serve kiosks for a more streamlined experience.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore, Cafe Renovations

    Renovation of an almost 1,000 SF existing café to better serve the student population included finishes, casework, and equipment being updated, along with the addition of self-serve kiosks for a more streamlined experience.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore, Cafe Renovations

    Renovation of an almost 1,000 SF existing café to better serve the student population included finishes, casework, and equipment being updated, along with the addition of self-serve kiosks for a more streamlined experience.

  • Johns Hopkins Real Estate, Innovation Lab

    Modern day science “Think Tank” for JHU. The ground level corner space with all glass storefront offers a wide-open feel. The vivid colors, wall art, and open ceilings are a definite eye-catcher from both inside and the street. The interior loft space offers another level for meetings, research and collaboration.

  • Johns Hopkins Real Estate, Innovation Lab

    Modern day science “Think Tank” for JHU. The ground level corner space with all glass storefront offers a wide-open feel. The vivid colors, wall art, and open ceilings are a definite eye-catcher from both inside and the street. The interior loft space offers another level for meetings, research and collaboration.

  • Johns Hopkins Real Estate, Innovation Lab

    Modern day science “Think Tank” for JHU. The ground level corner space with all glass storefront offers a wide-open feel. The vivid colors, wall art, and open ceilings are a definite eye-catcher from both inside and the street. The interior loft space offers another level for meetings, research and collaboration.

  • Johns Hopkins Real Estate, Innovation Lab

    Modern day science “Think Tank” for JHU. The ground level corner space with all glass storefront offers a wide-open feel. The vivid colors, wall art, and open ceilings are a definite eye-catcher from both inside and the street. The interior loft space offers another level for meetings, research and collaboration.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, NICU Expansion

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, MRI Crane Lift

    Work covered renovation/expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located on the 8th floor of the Zayed Bloomberg building to include the addition of four new NICU patient rooms and new administrative support space. The JBC team completed the project in two phases. Phase one consisted of new admin support space which had to be completed first to allow staff to move out of current area being converted in Phase two to four new NICU Patient Rooms and an additional space with infrastructure for NICU Patient Room/Unit Expansion. All of this work was done within an active 24/7 critical care unit with extensive coordination with staff and facilities.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Pharmacy Atrium

    Renovation of existing space was enclosed and re-purposed as a multi-purpose innovation space for use by the School’s Pharmapreneur initiative. Work included new all-glass walls, structural steel supports, new air devices, lighting, reconfiguration of sprinkler heads, new power and data utilities, acoustic wall panels, and more. The room will be used for meetings and is equipped with the features and technologies required for people to interact in a group setting, both locally and remotely.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Pharmacy Atrium

    Renovation of existing space was enclosed and re-purposed as a multi-purpose innovation space for use by the School’s Pharmapreneur initiative. Work included new all-glass walls, structural steel supports, new air devices, lighting, reconfiguration of sprinkler heads, new power and data utilities, acoustic wall panels, and more. The room will be used for meetings and is equipped with the features and technologies required for people to interact in a group setting, both locally and remotely.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Pharmacy Atrium

    Renovation of existing space was enclosed and re-purposed as a multi-purpose innovation space for use by the School’s Pharmapreneur initiative. Work included new all-glass walls, structural steel supports, new air devices, lighting, reconfiguration of sprinkler heads, new power and data utilities, acoustic wall panels, and more. The room will be used for meetings and is equipped with the features and technologies required for people to interact in a group setting, both locally and remotely.

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Pharmacy Atrium

    Renovation of existing space was enclosed and re-purposed as a multi-purpose innovation space for use by the School’s Pharmapreneur initiative. Work included new all-glass walls, structural steel supports, new air devices, lighting, reconfiguration of sprinkler heads, new power and data utilities, acoustic wall panels, and more. The room will be used for meetings and is equipped with the features and technologies required for people to interact in a group setting, both locally and remotely. 

  • University of Maryland College Park Women's Volleyball Locker Room

    Renovation of existing rooms in The Xfinity Center to create a new locker room, player lounge, meeting space, storage room and vestibule entrance for the women's volleyball team. 

  • University of Maryland College Park Women's Volleyball Locker Room

    Renovation of existing rooms in The Xfinity Center to create a new locker room, player lounge, meeting space, storage room and vestibule entrance for the women's volleyball team. 

  • University of Maryland College Park Women's Volleyball Locker Room

    Renovation of existing rooms in The Xfinity Center to create a new locker room, player lounge, meeting space, storage room and vestibule entrance for the women's volleyball team. 

  • University of Maryland College Park Women's Volleyball Locker Room

    Renovation of existing rooms in The Xfinity Center to create a new locker room, player lounge, meeting space, storage room and vestibule entrance for the women's volleyball team. 

  • Loyola University, Knott Hall

    JBC was contracted by Loyola University to renovate classrooms, office space and the campus’s main technology center within Knott Hall. The original building was constructed in 1888 and, has undergone minor renovations to keep up with technical advancements. The focus of this project was to fit-out the classrooms with all new, state of the art teaching technology, refresh the office space while accommodating more faculty, and update the technology service spaces. Since the building serves as the technology center for the entire campus, it could not be shut down to accommodate the renovations.

  • Loyola University, Knott Hall

    JBC was contracted by Loyola University to renovate classrooms, office space and the campus’s main technology center within Knott Hall. The original building was constructed in 1888 and, has undergone minor renovations to keep up with technical advancements. The focus of this project was to fit-out the classrooms with all new, state of the art teaching technology, refresh the office space while accommodating more faculty, and update the technology service spaces. Since the building serves as the technology center for the entire campus, it could not be shut down to accommodate the renovations.

  • Loyola University, Knott Hall

    JBC was contracted by Loyola University to renovate classrooms, office space and the campus’s main technology center within Knott Hall. The original building was constructed in 1888 and, has undergone minor renovations to keep up with technical advancements. The focus of this project was to fit-out the classrooms with all new, state of the art teaching technology, refresh the office space while accommodating more faculty, and update the technology service spaces. Since the building serves as the technology center for the entire campus, it could not be shut down to accommodate the renovations.

  • Loyola University, Knott Hall

    JBC was contracted by Loyola University to renovate classrooms, office space and the campus’s main technology center within Knott Hall. The original building was constructed in 1888 and, has undergone minor renovations to keep up with technical advancements. The focus of this project was to fit-out the classrooms with all new, state of the art teaching technology, refresh the office space while accommodating more faculty, and update the technology service spaces. Since the building serves as the technology center for the entire campus, it could not be shut down to accommodate the renovations.

  • Loyola University, Knott Hall

    JBC was contracted by Loyola University to renovate classrooms, office space and the campus’s main technology center within Knott Hall. The original building was constructed in 1888 and, has undergone minor renovations to keep up with technical advancements. The focus of this project was to fit-out the classrooms with all new, state of the art teaching technology, refresh the office space while accommodating more faculty, and update the technology service spaces. Since the building serves as the technology center for the entire campus, it could not be shut down to accommodate the renovations.

  • Harford County Courthouse, Interior Room

    The Interior Project was phased given the occupied & functional courthouse building. We started with demolition of the existing basement area, building out a large new Jury Selection Space with new bathrooms, meeting rooms, a kitchenette/ breakroom space, new locker rooms for the Sherriff’s Department, and elevator lobby vending area. The work included modifications to the HVAC system, plumbing & electrical work, new finishes throughout. Phase two of the project was on the 3rd floor and included the building of a new courtroom, Judge’s Chambers, Support Staff Offices, Restrooms, and Jury Deliberation Room. The work again included HVAC system modifications, plumbing & electrical work, custom courtroom & office casework, and new finishes.

  • Harford County Courthouse, Interior Room

    The Interior Project was phased given the occupied & functional courthouse building. We started with demolition of the existing basement area, building out a large new Jury Selection Space with new bathrooms, meeting rooms, a kitchenette/ breakroom space, new locker rooms for the Sherriff’s Department, and elevator lobby vending area. The work included modifications to the HVAC system, plumbing & electrical work, new finishes throughout. Phase two of the project was on the 3rd floor and included the building of a new courtroom, Judge’s Chambers, Support Staff Offices, Restrooms, and Jury Deliberation Room. The work again included HVAC system modifications, plumbing & electrical work, custom courtroom & office casework, and new finishes.

  • Harford County Courthouse, Interior Room

    The Interior Project was phased given the occupied & functional courthouse building. We started with demolition of the existing basement area, building out a large new Jury Selection Space with new bathrooms, meeting rooms, a kitchenette/ breakroom space, new locker rooms for the Sherriff’s Department, and elevator lobby vending area. The work included modifications to the HVAC system, plumbing & electrical work, new finishes throughout. Phase two of the project was on the 3rd floor and included the building of a new courtroom, Judge’s Chambers, Support Staff Offices, Restrooms, and Jury Deliberation Room. The work again included HVAC system modifications, plumbing & electrical work, custom courtroom & office casework, and new finishes.

  • Harford County Courthouse, Interior Room

    The Interior Project was phased given the occupied & functional courthouse building. We started with demolition of the existing basement area, building out a large new Jury Selection Space with new bathrooms, meeting rooms, a kitchenette/ breakroom space, new locker rooms for the Sherriff’s Department, and elevator lobby vending area. The work included modifications to the HVAC system, plumbing & electrical work, new finishes throughout. Phase two of the project was on the 3rd floor and included the building of a new courtroom, Judge’s Chambers, Support Staff Offices, Restrooms, and Jury Deliberation Room. The work again included HVAC system modifications, plumbing & electrical work, custom courtroom & office casework, and new finishes.

  • Harford County Courthouse, Interior Room

    The Interior Project was phased given the occupied & functional courthouse building. We started with demolition of the existing basement area, building out a large new Jury Selection Space with new bathrooms, meeting rooms, a kitchenette/ breakroom space, new locker rooms for the Sherriff’s Department, and elevator lobby vending area. The work included modifications to the HVAC system, plumbing & electrical work, new finishes throughout. Phase two of the project was on the 3rd floor and included the building of a new courtroom, Judge’s Chambers, Support Staff Offices, Restrooms, and Jury Deliberation Room. The work again included HVAC system modifications, plumbing & electrical work, custom courtroom & office casework, and new finishes.

  • Harford County Courthouse, Interior Room

    The Interior Project was phased given the occupied & functional courthouse building. We started with demolition of the existing basement area, building out a large new Jury Selection Space with new bathrooms, meeting rooms, a kitchenette/ breakroom space, new locker rooms for the Sherriff’s Department, and elevator lobby vending area. The work included modifications to the HVAC system, plumbing & electrical work, new finishes throughout. Phase two of the project was on the 3rd floor and included the building of a new courtroom, Judge’s Chambers, Support Staff Offices, Restrooms, and Jury Deliberation Room. The work again included HVAC system modifications, plumbing & electrical work, custom courtroom & office casework, and new finishes.

  • Baywoods of Annapolis, Bathroom Upgrades

    This project consisted of interior upgrades to five sets of existing bathrooms in the Commons Building that was done in two phases. Work included new walls / framing, ceiling, wall, and flooring patch and repair, as well as electrical and plumbing work as it was needed. Every effort was made to ensure that there was minimal disruption to these areas during all demolition and construction activities. We also worked closely with the design team to ensure ADA accessibility, the main reason for the project.

  • Baywoods of Annapolis, Bathroom Upgrades

    This project consisted of interior upgrades to five sets of existing bathrooms in the Commons Building that was done in two phases. Work included new walls / framing, ceiling, wall, and flooring patch and repair, as well as electrical and plumbing work as it was needed. Every effort was made to ensure that there was minimal disruption to these areas during all demolition and construction activities. We also worked closely with the design team to ensure ADA accessibility, the main reason for the project.

  • Baywoods of Annapolis, Bathroom Upgrades

    This project consisted of interior upgrades to five sets of existing bathrooms in the Commons Building that was done in two phases. Work included new walls / framing, ceiling, wall, and flooring patch and repair, as well as electrical and plumbing work as it was needed. Every effort was made to ensure that there was minimal disruption to these areas during all demolition and construction activities. We also worked closely with the design team to ensure ADA accessibility, the main reason for the project.

  • Baywoods of Annapolis, Bathroom Upgrades

    This project consisted of interior upgrades to five sets of existing bathrooms in the Commons Building that was done in two phases. Work included new walls / framing, ceiling, wall, and flooring patch and repair, as well as electrical and plumbing work as it was needed. Every effort was made to ensure that there was minimal disruption to these areas during all demolition and construction activities. We also worked closely with the design team to ensure ADA accessibility, the main reason for the project.

  • Baywoods of Annapolis, Bathroom Upgrades

    This project consisted of interior upgrades to five sets of existing bathrooms in the Commons Building that was done in two phases. Work included new walls / framing, ceiling, wall, and flooring patch and repair, as well as electrical and plumbing work as it was needed. Every effort was made to ensure that there was minimal disruption to these areas during all demolition and construction activities. We also worked closely with the design team to ensure ADA accessibility, the main reason for the project.

  • Baywoods of Annapolis, Bathroom Upgrades

    This project consisted of interior upgrades to five sets of existing bathrooms in the Commons Building that was done in two phases. Work included new walls / framing, ceiling, wall, and flooring patch and repair, as well as electrical and plumbing work as it was needed. Every effort was made to ensure that there was minimal disruption to these areas during all demolition and construction activities. We also worked closely with the design team to ensure ADA accessibility, the main reason for the project.

  • Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

    Complete demolition and buildout of a new Catherization laboratory on the second floor of the AAMC North Tower. Work took place in an occupied setting surrounded by five operational Catherization Labs. The project was classified as a Class IV, high risk project, and was therefore monitored closely by AAMC’s infectious control group.

  • Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

    Complete demolition and buildout of a new Catherization laboratory on the second floor of the AAMC North Tower. Work took place in an occupied setting surrounded by five operational Catherization Labs. The project was classified as a Class IV, high risk project, and was therefore monitored closely by AAMC’s infectious control group.

  • Anne Arundel Medical Center, Catheterization Lab

    Complete demolition and buildout of a new Catherization laboratory on the second floor of the AAMC North Tower. Work took place in an occupied setting surrounded by five operational Catherization Labs. The project was classified as a Class IV, high risk project, and was therefore monitored closely by AAMC’s infectious control group.

  • Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

    Renovation of Towson Center Athletic Department’s north wing. The project encompassed interior renovations of the second and third floor of the wing as well as modifications to the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.

  • Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

    Renovation of Towson Center Athletic Department’s north wing. The project encompassed interior renovations of the second and third floor of the wing as well as modifications to the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.

  • Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

    Renovation of Towson Center Athletic Department’s north wing. The project encompassed interior renovations of the second and third floor of the wing as well as modifications to the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.

  • Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

    Renovation of Towson Center Athletic Department’s north wing. The project encompassed interior renovations of the second and third floor of the wing as well as modifications to the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.

  • Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

    Renovation of Towson Center Athletic Department’s north wing. The project encompassed interior renovations of the second and third floor of the wing as well as modifications to the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Orthopedic Specialist of Maryland Suite

    JBC managed the renovations for the Orthopedic Specialists of Maryland's new suite, relocating to a larger facility within the Patient Pavilion West building. The 8,000 SF renovation included the construction of two new radiation rooms as well as multiple offices, work areas, a call center, break room, restrooms, and 13 exam rooms. 

  • Coppin State University, Fireside Lounge

    This project ran during summer break. Complete demolition and build-out of a new conference room and lounge space for the students.

  • Coppin State University, Fireside Lounge

    This project ran during summer break. Complete demolition and build-out of a new conference room and lounge space for the students.

  • Coppin State University, Fireside Lounge

    This project ran during summer break. Complete demolition and build-out of a new conference room and lounge space for the students.

  • Coppin State University, Pedestrian Bridge

    Demolition of existing staircase and construction of new enclosed handicap acceptable staircase, elevator and elevator shaft, and lobby space.

  • Coppin State University, Pedestrian Bridge

    Demolition of existing staircase and construction of new enclosed handicap acceptable staircase, elevator and elevator shaft, and lobby space.

  • Coppin State University, Pedestrian Bridge

    Demolition of existing staircase and construction of new enclosed handicap acceptable staircase, elevator and elevator shaft, and lobby space.

  • Coppin State University, Pedestrian Bridge

    Demolition of existing staircase and construction of new enclosed handicap acceptable staircase, elevator and elevator shaft, and lobby space.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Angio Biplane

    This fast-track project included the complete demolition of an existing Bi-Plane room and build-out of a new space. Close coordination with the end user and Siemens, supplying the equipment, was critic al to the successful and timely completion of the room.

  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Angio Biplane

    This fast-track project included the complete demolition of an existing Bi-Plane room and build-out of a new space. Close coordination with the end user and Siemens, supplying the equipment, was critic al to the successful and timely completion of the room.

  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Angio Biplane

    This fast-track project included the complete demolition of an existing Bi-Plane room and build-out of a new space. Close coordination with the end user and Siemens, supplying the equipment, was critic al to the successful and timely completion of the room.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Legal Department Offices

    Build-out of the third floor of a new seven-story building. The office build-out was comprised of a quarter enclosed soundproof office spaces, all located at the perimeter of the building, while the remaining interior space utilized systems furniture. Common spaces included break rooms, conference spaces, IT closets and storage spaces.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Legal Department Offices

    Build-out of the third floor of a new seven-story building. The office build-out was comprised of a quarter enclosed soundproof office spaces, all located at the perimeter of the building, while the remaining interior space utilized systems furniture. Common spaces included break rooms, conference spaces, IT closets and storage spaces.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Legal Department Offices

    Build-out of the third floor of a new seven-story building. The office build-out was comprised of a quarter enclosed soundproof office spaces, all located at the perimeter of the building, while the remaining interior space utilized systems furniture. Common spaces included break rooms, conference spaces, IT closets and storage spaces.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Legal Department Offices

    Build-out of the third floor of a new seven-story building. The office build-out was comprised of a quarter enclosed soundproof office spaces, all located at the perimeter of the building, while the remaining interior space utilized systems furniture. Common spaces included break rooms, conference spaces, IT closets and storage spaces.

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

    Renovation of an unused space revitalized as a new simulation center for doctors and nurses to train. The medical facility is comprised of a trauma simulation, ICU simulation, labor and delivery simulation, operating room simulation, and two acute care spaces. The unit is equipped with fully functioning furnishings including: surgical booms, medical gas, and medical record communication systems. Additionally, mannequin-based simulation and virtual reality capabilities are utilized. Through training in the new simulation center, the Institution’s goal is to improve patient safety and help develop the proficiency and techniques of their professionals

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

    Renovation of an unused space revitalized as a new simulation center for doctors and nurses to train. The medical facility is comprised of a trauma simulation, ICU simulation, labor and delivery simulation, operating room simulation, and two acute care spaces. The unit is equipped with fully functioning furnishings including: surgical booms, medical gas, and medical record communication systems. Additionally, mannequin-based simulation and virtual reality capabilities are utilized. Through training in the new simulation center, the Institution’s goal is to improve patient safety and help develop the proficiency and techniques of their professionals

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

    Renovation of an unused space revitalized as a new simulation center for doctors and nurses to train. The medical facility is comprised of a trauma simulation, ICU simulation, labor and delivery simulation, operating room simulation, and two acute care spaces. The unit is equipped with fully functioning furnishings including: surgical booms, medical gas, and medical record communication systems. Additionally, mannequin-based simulation and virtual reality capabilities are utilized. Through training in the new simulation center, the Institution’s goal is to improve patient safety and help develop the proficiency and techniques of their professionals

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, Simulation Center

    Renovation of an unused space revitalized as a new simulation center for doctors and nurses to train. The medical facility is comprised of a trauma simulation, ICU simulation, labor and delivery simulation, operating room simulation, and two acute care spaces. The unit is equipped with fully functioning furnishings including: surgical booms, medical gas, and medical record communication systems. Additionally, mannequin-based simulation and virtual reality capabilities are utilized. Through training in the new simulation center, the Institution’s goal is to improve patient safety and help develop the proficiency and techniques of their professionals

  • Towson University, Newell Dining Hall

    Restorative work performed on the building’s masonry, as well as the slate and metal roofing. The renovations encompassed construction of a new ADA accessible elevator, ADA compliant restrooms, and the replacement of exterior doors, storefront, and windows.

  • Towson University, Newell Dining Hall

    Restorative work performed on the building’s masonry, as well as the slate and metal roofing. The renovations encompassed construction of a new ADA accessible elevator, ADA compliant restrooms, and the replacement of exterior doors, storefront, and windows.

  • Towson University, Newell Dining Hall

    Restorative work performed on the building’s masonry, as well as the slate and metal roofing. The renovations encompassed construction of a new ADA accessible elevator, ADA compliant restrooms, and the replacement of exterior doors, storefront, and windows.

  • Towson University, Newell Dining Hall

    Restorative work performed on the building’s masonry, as well as the slate and metal roofing. The renovations encompassed construction of a new ADA accessible elevator, ADA compliant restrooms, and the replacement of exterior doors, storefront, and windows.

  • Towson University, Newell Dining Hall

    Restorative work performed on the building’s masonry, as well as the slate and metal roofing. The renovations encompassed construction of a new ADA accessible elevator, ADA compliant restrooms, and the replacement of exterior doors, storefront, and windows.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

    JBC was the contracted Construction Manager for the renovation of two floors within the JHU Mergenthaler Building consisting of offices, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and open lab space. The research lab includes medical gas accessibility, secure access to laser and tissue culture labs, fume hoods, and hazardous gas containment cabinets. A walk-in cold box and multiple freezers were installed and tied into the building’s automated system.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

    JBC was the contracted Construction Manager for the renovation of two floors within the JHU Mergenthaler Building consisting of offices, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and open lab space. The research lab includes medical gas accessibility, secure access to laser and tissue culture labs, fume hoods, and hazardous gas containment cabinets. A walk-in cold box and multiple freezers were installed and tied into the building’s automated system.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

    JBC was the contracted Construction Manager for the renovation of two floors within the JHU Mergenthaler Building consisting of offices, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and open lab space. The research lab includes medical gas accessibility, secure access to laser and tissue culture labs, fume hoods, and hazardous gas containment cabinets. A walk-in cold box and multiple freezers were installed and tied into the building’s automated system.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

    JBC was the contracted Construction Manager for the renovation of two floors within the JHU Mergenthaler Building consisting of offices, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and open lab space. The research lab includes medical gas accessibility, secure access to laser and tissue culture labs, fume hoods, and hazardous gas containment cabinets. A walk-in cold box and multiple freezers were installed and tied into the building’s automated system.

  • JP Chevrolet

    This Chevrolet Dealership renovation included interior and exterior modifications. Interior scope consisted of reworking the interior layout, new finishes, new ADA bathrooms, new lighting and modifications to the HVAC to fit the new specifications required by General Motors. The exterior scope consisted of new storefront windows, a new entrance canopy façade, a new car delivery canopy, new lighting, and new paving.

  • JP Chevrolet

    This Chevrolet Dealership renovation included interior and exterior modifications. Interior scope consisted of reworking the interior layout, new finishes, new ADA bathrooms, new lighting and modifications to the HVAC to fit the new specifications required by General Motors. The exterior scope consisted of new storefront windows, a new entrance canopy façade, a new car delivery canopy, new lighting, and new paving.

  • JP Chevrolet

    This Chevrolet Dealership renovation included interior and exterior modifications. Interior scope consisted of reworking the interior layout, new finishes, new ADA bathrooms, new lighting and modifications to the HVAC to fit the new specifications required by General Motors. The exterior scope consisted of new storefront windows, a new entrance canopy façade, a new car delivery canopy, new lighting, and new paving.

  • JP Chevrolet

    This Chevrolet Dealership renovation included interior and exterior modifications. Interior scope consisted of reworking the interior layout, new finishes, new ADA bathrooms, new lighting and modifications to the HVAC to fit the new specifications required by General Motors. The exterior scope consisted of new storefront windows, a new entrance canopy façade, a new car delivery canopy, new lighting, and new paving.

  • Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Lab Expansion

    This project consisted of two phases. The first phase was an office build-out of existing shell with storefront office walls and a glass surround Commons area in the middle of the space. The use of glass throughout created an open, bright work atmosphere. The second phase was comprised of the rework of an existing lab area that remained operable with testing and experiments running around the clock.

  • Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Lab Expansion

    This project consisted of two phases. The first phase was an office build-out of existing shell with storefront office walls and a glass surround Commons area in the middle of the space. The use of glass throughout created an open, bright work atmosphere. The second phase was comprised of the rework of an existing lab area that remained operable with testing and experiments running around the clock.

  • Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Lab Expansion

    This project consisted of two phases. The first phase was an office build-out of existing shell with storefront office walls and a glass surround Commons area in the middle of the space. The use of glass throughout created an open, bright work atmosphere. The second phase was comprised of the rework of an existing lab area that remained operable with testing and experiments running around the clock.

  • • M&T Bank, St. Johns Lane Branch

    Complete gut and rebuild of the first-floor branch office executed while the bank remained open for business. Exterior work was done on the metal cladding roof and drive-thru.

  • • M&T Bank, St. Johns Lane Branch

    Complete gut and rebuild of the first-floor branch office executed while the bank remained open for business. Exterior work was done on the metal cladding roof and drive-thru.

  • • M&T Bank, St. Johns Lane Branch

    Complete gut and rebuild of the first-floor branch office executed while the bank remained open for business. Exterior work was done on the metal cladding roof and drive-thru.

  • Medical Mutual

    JBC was contracted by building owner, Medical Mutual of Hunt Valley, to renovate three separate tenant spaces. Renovations included upgrades to an existing boardroom, new office spaces and a new high-end corporate club office. The building remained occupied throughout construction.

  • Medical Mutual

    JBC was contracted by building owner, Medical Mutual of Hunt Valley, to renovate three separate tenant spaces. Renovations included upgrades to an existing boardroom, new office spaces and a new high-end corporate club office. The building remained occupied throughout construction.

  • Medical Mutual

    JBC was contracted by building owner, Medical Mutual of Hunt Valley, to renovate three separate tenant spaces. Renovations included upgrades to an existing boardroom, new office spaces and a new high-end corporate club office. The building remained occupied throughout construction.

  • Medical Mutual

    JBC was contracted by building owner, Medical Mutual of Hunt Valley, to renovate three separate tenant spaces. Renovations included upgrades to an existing boardroom, new office spaces and a new high-end corporate club office. The building remained occupied throughout construction.

  • Medical Mutual

    JBC was contracted by building owner, Medical Mutual of Hunt Valley, to renovate three separate tenant spaces. Renovations included upgrades to an existing boardroom, new office spaces and a new high-end corporate club office. The building remained occupied throughout construction.

  • Medical Mutual

    JBC was contracted by building owner, Medical Mutual of Hunt Valley, to renovate three separate tenant spaces. Renovations included upgrades to an existing boardroom, new office spaces and a new high-end corporate club office. The building remained occupied throughout construction.

  • Medical Mutual

    JBC was contracted by building owner, Medical Mutual of Hunt Valley, to renovate three separate tenant spaces. Renovations included upgrades to an existing boardroom, new office spaces and a new high-end corporate club office. The building remained occupied throughout construction.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • MedStar Health at Timonium

    JBC was contracted by Trammell Crow Company and MedStar Health to manage the addition and interior renovations of an existing three-story office building converted to a new MedStar outpatient clinic. JBC managed the 5,000 SF addition, complete demolition of the space, and build-out of the first two floors. The outpatient facility will provide radiology, ambulatory surgery, and specialized rehabilitation services to the community and local athletes. The facility includes a new x-ray and MRI space.

  • Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

    The new Spine Center location was designed to utilize upgraded equipment and provide additional space for the growing practice. Existing conditions added complications to the project, requiring close coordination between JBC, the owner, and project architect to keep the project moving forward. JBC received the ABC Award of Excellence for this project.

  • Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

    The new Spine Center location was designed to utilize upgraded equipment and provide additional space for the growing practice. Existing conditions added complications to the project, requiring close coordination between JBC, the owner, and project architect to keep the project moving forward. JBC received the ABC Award of Excellence for this project.

  • Mercy Medical Center, Spine Center

    The new Spine Center location was designed to utilize upgraded equipment and provide additional space for the growing practice. Existing conditions added complications to the project, requiring close coordination between JBC, the owner, and project architect to keep the project moving forward. JBC received the ABC Award of Excellence for this project.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Emergency Department

    Complete renovation of an existing and occupied Emergency Department which had to remain operational throughout construction. The project was completed in seven spaces, with the scope of work including: two new isolation rooms, two new trauma rooms, 14 new exam rooms, nurse’s stations, and additional support space.

  • Morgan State University, Lillie Carrol Jackson Museum

    The Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum was originally constructed in 1890 as a home for Lillie Carrol Jackson who from 1935-1969 was the President of the NAACP. It was then turned into a Museum in 1978, but them became vacant in 1995 due to structural problems. It was then purchased by Morgan State University. This was the renovation of the recently restored building by outfitting it with an audio-visual system, text panels, and multiple exhibits.

  • Morgan State University, Lillie Carrol Jackson Museum

    The Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum was originally constructed in 1890 as a home for Lillie Carrol Jackson who from 1935-1969 was the President of the NAACP. It was then turned into a Museum in 1978, but them became vacant in 1995 due to structural problems. It was then purchased by Morgan State University. This was the renovation of the recently restored building by outfitting it with an audio-visual system, text panels, and multiple exhibits.

  • Morgan State University, Lillie Carrol Jackson Museum

    The Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum was originally constructed in 1890 as a home for Lillie Carrol Jackson who from 1935-1969 was the President of the NAACP. It was then turned into a Museum in 1978, but them became vacant in 1995 due to structural problems. It was then purchased by Morgan State University. This was the renovation of the recently restored building by outfitting it with an audio-visual system, text panels, and multiple exhibits.

  • Morgan State University, Lillie Carrol Jackson Museum

    The Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum was originally constructed in 1890 as a home for Lillie Carrol Jackson who from 1935-1969 was the President of the NAACP. It was then turned into a Museum in 1978, but them became vacant in 1995 due to structural problems. It was then purchased by Morgan State University. This was the renovation of the recently restored building by outfitting it with an audio-visual system, text panels, and multiple exhibits.

  • Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

    Renovations to the holding rooms and testing areas of a Bio-Safety Laboratory used for contract work with the government and various institutions. Numerous lab tests occur daily within the controlled spaces. The largest challenge was the removal of the old Auto-clave and installation of a new, larger Auto-clave using a crane to set in place. Once in place, the remainder of the room was built around it.

  • Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

    Renovations to the holding rooms and testing areas of a Bio-Safety Laboratory used for contract work with the government and various institutions. Numerous lab tests occur daily within the controlled spaces. The largest challenge was the removal of the old Auto-clave and installation of a new, larger Auto-clave using a crane to set in place. Once in place, the remainder of the room was built around it.

  • Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

    Renovations to the holding rooms and testing areas of a Bio-Safety Laboratory used for contract work with the government and various institutions. Numerous lab tests occur daily within the controlled spaces. The largest challenge was the removal of the old Auto-clave and installation of a new, larger Auto-clave using a crane to set in place. Once in place, the remainder of the room was built around it.

  • Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

    Renovations to the holding rooms and testing areas of a Bio-Safety Laboratory used for contract work with the government and various institutions. Numerous lab tests occur daily within the controlled spaces. The largest challenge was the removal of the old Auto-clave and installation of a new, larger Auto-clave using a crane to set in place. Once in place, the remainder of the room was built around it.

  • Boston Street Animal Hospital

    Interior demolition of a three-story restaurant with basement, constructed into a veterinarian hospital facility while connected to functional businesses on either side. The building required new structural framing components to support a new single occupant elevator. Also included in the scope of work was new exam rooms, surgery spaces, a pharmacy, and reception/waiting space.

  • Boston Street Animal Hospital

    Interior demolition of a three-story restaurant with basement, constructed into a veterinarian hospital facility while connected to functional businesses on either side. The building required new structural framing components to support a new single occupant elevator. Also included in the scope of work was new exam rooms, surgery spaces, a pharmacy, and reception/waiting space.

  • Boston Street Animal Hospital

    Interior demolition of a three-story restaurant with basement, constructed into a veterinarian hospital facility while connected to functional businesses on either side. The building required new structural framing components to support a new single occupant elevator. Also included in the scope of work was new exam rooms, surgery spaces, a pharmacy, and reception/waiting space.

  • Boston Street Animal Hospital

    Interior demolition of a three-story restaurant with basement, constructed into a veterinarian hospital facility while connected to functional businesses on either side. The building required new structural framing components to support a new single occupant elevator. Also included in the scope of work was new exam rooms, surgery spaces, a pharmacy, and reception/waiting space.

  • University of Maryland at Baltimore, Lexington Garage

    Installation of free-standing access control canopies, a building attached pedestrian entry protection awning, and a new attendant booth with finish upgrades. The package included new interior lighting, new HVAC systems, new exterior lighting, new concrete drive paving and curbs, and new plantings and turf.

  • University of Maryland at Baltimore, Lexington Garage

    Installation of free-standing access control canopies, a building attached pedestrian entry protection awning, and a new attendant booth with finish upgrades. The package included new interior lighting, new HVAC systems, new exterior lighting, new concrete drive paving and curbs, and new plantings and turf.

  • University of Maryland at Baltimore, Lexington Garage

    Installation of free-standing access control canopies, a building attached pedestrian entry protection awning, and a new attendant booth with finish upgrades. The package included new interior lighting, new HVAC systems, new exterior lighting, new concrete drive paving and curbs, and new plantings and turf.

  • University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Medicine, MSTF Lab Spaces

    JBC managed the complete demolition and renovation of an existing space into a new research space for students. Renovations included a new VAV HVAC system, supplemental cooling units, lighting, plumbing, casework, and architectural finishes.

  • University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Medicine, MSTF Lab Spaces

    JBC managed the complete demolition and renovation of an existing space into a new research space for students. Renovations included a new VAV HVAC system, supplemental cooling units, lighting, plumbing, casework, and architectural finishes.

  • University of Maryland Baltimore County, Lecture Hall

    Renovation and modification of architectural elements to include doors and hardware; ceiling systems, finishes, acoustical panels; and signage. Modifications include a new air handling unit and replacement of hot water piping and pump system. Electrical modifications include lighting systems, audio-visual equipment, power wiring and fire alarm system.

  • University of Maryland Baltimore County, Lecture Hall

    Renovation and modification of architectural elements to include doors and hardware; ceiling systems, finishes, acoustical panels; and signage. Modifications include a new air handling unit and replacement of hot water piping and pump system. Electrical modifications include lighting systems, audio-visual equipment, power wiring and fire alarm system.

  • University of Maryland Baltimore County, Lecture Hall

    Renovation and modification of architectural elements to include doors and hardware; ceiling systems, finishes, acoustical panels; and signage. Modifications include a new air handling unit and replacement of hot water piping and pump system. Electrical modifications include lighting systems, audio-visual equipment, power wiring and fire alarm system.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Interventional Radiology

    Demolition and build-out of a new Interventional Radiology Suite with new equipment, casework, and architectural finishes. The scope of work was completed in two phases.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Urgent Care Center

    JBC was contracted by University of Maryland Medical Center to turn their professional office space into a new Urgent Care Center. The scope of work included a complete demolition of the existing interior including a three-foot-thick concrete wall as well as a complete renovation. The renovations included creating an x-ray room, exams rooms, and a new lobby and lounge area. A new vestibule and stairs were installed as well as a ramp at the main entrance to the clinic.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Urgent Care Center

    JBC was contracted by University of Maryland Medical Center to turn their professional office space into a new Urgent Care Center. The scope of work included a complete demolition of the existing interior including a three-foot-thick concrete wall as well as a complete renovation. The renovations included creating an x-ray room, exams rooms, and a new lobby and lounge area. A new vestibule and stairs were installed as well as a ramp at the main entrance to the clinic.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Urgent Care Center

    JBC was contracted by University of Maryland Medical Center to turn their professional office space into a new Urgent Care Center. The scope of work included a complete demolition of the existing interior including a three-foot-thick concrete wall as well as a complete renovation. The renovations included creating an x-ray room, exams rooms, and a new lobby and lounge area. A new vestibule and stairs were installed as well as a ramp at the main entrance to the clinic.

  • UMMC, Mid-Town Campus, Urgent Care Center

    JBC was contracted by University of Maryland Medical Center to turn their professional office space into a new Urgent Care Center. The scope of work included a complete demolition of the existing interior including a three-foot-thick concrete wall as well as a complete renovation. The renovations included creating an x-ray room, exams rooms, and a new lobby and lounge area. A new vestibule and stairs were installed as well as a ramp at the main entrance to the clinic.

  • Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, Pharmacy

    Fit-out of an existing shelled area for a new hospital pharmacy and support spaces including Bio-Med, EVS, and Materials Management. The Pharmacy included a state-of-the-art IV compounding and Chemotherapy sterilization rooms. The work also included a new 20-ton Trane rooftop unit that was set utilizing a 360-ton crane.

  • Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, Pharmacy

    Fit-out of an existing shelled area for a new hospital pharmacy and support spaces including Bio-Med, EVS, and Materials Management. The Pharmacy included a state-of-the-art IV compounding and Chemotherapy sterilization rooms. The work also included a new 20-ton Trane rooftop unit that was set utilizing a 360-ton crane.

  • Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, Pharmacy

    Fit-out of an existing shelled area for a new hospital pharmacy and support spaces including Bio-Med, EVS, and Materials Management. The Pharmacy included a state-of-the-art IV compounding and Chemotherapy sterilization rooms. The work also included a new 20-ton Trane rooftop unit that was set utilizing a 360-ton crane.

  • Upper Chesapeake Medical Center, Pharmacy

    Fit-out of an existing shelled area for a new hospital pharmacy and support spaces including Bio-Med, EVS, and Materials Management. The Pharmacy included a state-of-the-art IV compounding and Chemotherapy sterilization rooms. The work also included a new 20-ton Trane rooftop unit that was set utilizing a 360-ton crane.

  • Harford County Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center

    JBC was contracted to build an addition and renovate the Memory Care Unit of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center owned by Harford County. JBC expanded the day room, and renovated patient rooms as well as common areas such as the nurses station, support spaces and storage facilities.

  • Harford County Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center

    JBC was contracted to build an addition and renovate the Memory Care Unit of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center owned by Harford County. JBC expanded the day room, and renovated patient rooms as well as common areas such as the nurses station, support spaces and storage facilities.

  • Harford County Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center

    JBC was contracted to build an addition and renovate the Memory Care Unit of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center owned by Harford County. JBC expanded the day room, and renovated patient rooms as well as common areas such as the nurses station, support spaces and storage facilities.

  • Harford County Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center

    JBC was contracted to build an addition and renovate the Memory Care Unit of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center owned by Harford County. JBC expanded the day room, and renovated patient rooms as well as common areas such as the nurses station, support spaces and storage facilities.

  • Maryland Masonic Home “Bonnie Blink”

    JBC was contracted by Achieve Health Services to renovate portions of the existing Maryland Masonic Home. The Maryland Masonic Home is an assisted living center located in Hunt Valley. The renovations included dayrooms, the front entrance, and select corridors.

  • Maryland Masonic Home “Bonnie Blink”

    JBC was contracted by Achieve Health Services to renovate portions of the existing Maryland Masonic Home. The Maryland Masonic Home is an assisted living center located in Hunt Valley. The renovations included dayrooms, the front entrance, and select corridors.

  • Maryland Masonic Home “Bonnie Blink”

    JBC was contracted by Achieve Health Services to renovate portions of the existing Maryland Masonic Home. The Maryland Masonic Home is an assisted living center located in Hunt Valley. The renovations included dayrooms, the front entrance, and select corridors.

  • Citizen’s Care & Rehabilitation Center

    JBC was contracted to build an addition and renovate the Memory Care Unit of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center owned by Harford County Government. The renovations included work in patient rooms, common areas and staff spaces. The invasive nature of these renovations required detailed phasing and frequent communication with management, so the necessary accommodations could be made. The relocation of residents and safety management on JBC’s part were crucial to the timely success of the project.

  • Citizen’s Care & Rehabilitation Center

    JBC was contracted to build an addition and renovate the Memory Care Unit of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center owned by Harford County Government. The renovations included work in patient rooms, common areas and staff spaces. The invasive nature of these renovations required detailed phasing and frequent communication with management, so the necessary accommodations could be made. The relocation of residents and safety management on JBC’s part were crucial to the timely success of the project.

  • Citizen’s Care & Rehabilitation Center

    JBC was contracted to build an addition and renovate the Memory Care Unit of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center owned by Harford County Government. The renovations included work in patient rooms, common areas and staff spaces. The invasive nature of these renovations required detailed phasing and frequent communication with management, so the necessary accommodations could be made. The relocation of residents and safety management on JBC’s part were crucial to the timely success of the project.

  • Citizen’s Care & Rehabilitation Center

    JBC was contracted to build an addition and renovate the Memory Care Unit of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center owned by Harford County Government. The renovations included work in patient rooms, common areas and staff spaces. The invasive nature of these renovations required detailed phasing and frequent communication with management, so the necessary accommodations could be made. The relocation of residents and safety management on JBC’s part were crucial to the timely success of the project.

  • Department of Veterans Affairs Loch Raven Community Living Center

    The VA Loch Raven Community Living Center project was comprised of 25,000 square feet of interior renovations and a three-story wing addition, which included an elevator. The project included spaces to provide rehabilitation services including: physical therapy, occupational therapy, kinesiotherapy, and recreation therapy. Navigating this work in an occupied space required diligence and open communication with the management team. The additional space has allowed the Center to provide additional rehabilitation services to their residents while allowing them to accommodate more residents than before.

  • Department of Veterans Affairs Loch Raven Community Living Center

    The VA Loch Raven Community Living Center project was comprised of 25,000 square feet of interior renovations and a three-story wing addition, which included an elevator. The project included spaces to provide rehabilitation services including: physical therapy, occupational therapy, kinesiotherapy, and recreation therapy. Navigating this work in an occupied space required diligence and open communication with the management team. The additional space has allowed the Center to provide additional rehabilitation services to their residents while allowing them to accommodate more residents than before.

  • Department of Veterans Affairs Loch Raven Community Living Center

    The VA Loch Raven Community Living Center project was comprised of 25,000 square feet of interior renovations and a three-story wing addition, which included an elevator. The project included spaces to provide rehabilitation services including: physical therapy, occupational therapy, kinesiotherapy, and recreation therapy. Navigating this work in an occupied space required diligence and open communication with the management team. The additional space has allowed the Center to provide additional rehabilitation services to their residents while allowing them to accommodate more residents than before.

  • Department of Veterans Affairs Loch Raven Community Living Center

    The VA Loch Raven Community Living Center project was comprised of 25,000 square feet of interior renovations and a three-story wing addition, which included an elevator. The project included spaces to provide rehabilitation services including: physical therapy, occupational therapy, kinesiotherapy, and recreation therapy. Navigating this work in an occupied space required diligence and open communication with the management team. The additional space has allowed the Center to provide additional rehabilitation services to their residents while allowing them to accommodate more residents than before.

  • Communicare Bridge Park Healthcare Center

    JBC was contracted by Communicare to complete a phased renovation of 15 patient rooms and common spaces including a nurse’s station, meeting room, and staff offices in the Bridge Park Healthcare Center. Also included in the scope of work was a building addition at the main building entrance which added a sunroom and a second addition that added medical oxygen storage and general storage space.

  • Communicare Bridge Park Healthcare Center

    JBC was contracted by Communicare to complete a phased renovation of 15 patient rooms and common spaces including a nurse’s station, meeting room, and staff offices in the Bridge Park Healthcare Center. Also included in the scope of work was a building addition at the main building entrance which added a sunroom and a second addition that added medical oxygen storage and general storage space.

  • Communicare Bridge Park Healthcare Center

    JBC was contracted by Communicare to complete a phased renovation of 15 patient rooms and common spaces including a nurse’s station, meeting room, and staff offices in the Bridge Park Healthcare Center. Also included in the scope of work was a building addition at the main building entrance which added a sunroom and a second addition that added medical oxygen storage and general storage space.

  • L.I.F.E Adult Daycare

    JBC was contracted by L.I.F.E. to fit-out an existing building as a new Adult Daycare Center. The first task was to make the building ADA accessible, most notably with the addition of an elevator. A new vestibule was added, as well as, a two-story entrance. The first floor consisted of multiple patient day rooms, a kitchen, and dining room. The second floor was converted into staff offices. The center holds specialized day programs that focus on increasing the independence of its participants.

    • Presbyterian Homes of Maryland

      Jeffrey Brown Contracting engaged in the Presbyterian Home renovations at 90% design documents. JBC worked closely with the client and design team to provide value engineering options and constructability suggestions. Understanding the client’s financial restrictions, JBC provided considerable cost savings through proposed alternates. While onsite, JBC also redesigned the HVAC system in the private dining room to make maintenance accessibility easier moving forward.

    • Presbyterian Homes of Maryland

      Jeffrey Brown Contracting engaged in the Presbyterian Home renovations at 90% design documents. JBC worked closely with the client and design team to provide value engineering options and constructability suggestions. Understanding the client’s financial restrictions, JBC provided considerable cost savings through proposed alternates. While onsite, JBC also redesigned the HVAC system in the private dining room to make maintenance accessibility easier moving forward.

    • Presbyterian Homes of Maryland

      Jeffrey Brown Contracting engaged in the Presbyterian Home renovations at 90% design documents. JBC worked closely with the client and design team to provide value engineering options and constructability suggestions. Understanding the client’s financial restrictions, JBC provided considerable cost savings through proposed alternates. While onsite, JBC also redesigned the HVAC system in the private dining room to make maintenance accessibility easier moving forward.

    • Washington Homes

      Washington Homes contracted JBC to renovate their existing assisted living center. Renovates took place within the communal spaces including the day rooms, dining halls and corridors. Small community kitchens were added throughout the center as well.

    • Washington Homes

      Washington Homes contracted JBC to renovate their existing assisted living center. Renovates took place within the communal spaces including the day rooms, dining halls and corridors. Small community kitchens were added throughout the center as well.

    • Washington Homes

      Washington Homes contracted JBC to renovate their existing assisted living center. Renovates took place within the communal spaces including the day rooms, dining halls and corridors. Small community kitchens were added throughout the center as well.

    • Frederick Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

      Jeffrey Brown Contracting engaged in the Presbyterian Home renovations at 90% design documents. JBC worked closely with the client and design team to provide value engineering options and constructability suggestions. Understanding the client’s financial restrictions, JBC provided considerable cost savings through proposed alternates. While onsite, JBC also redesigned the HVAC system in the private dining room to make maintenance accessibility easier moving forward.

    • Frederick Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

      Jeffrey Brown Contracting engaged in the Presbyterian Home renovations at 90% design documents. JBC worked closely with the client and design team to provide value engineering options and constructability suggestions. Understanding the client’s financial restrictions, JBC provided considerable cost savings through proposed alternates. While onsite, JBC also redesigned the HVAC system in the private dining room to make maintenance accessibility easier moving forward.

    • Frederick Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

      Jeffrey Brown Contracting engaged in the Presbyterian Home renovations at 90% design documents. JBC worked closely with the client and design team to provide value engineering options and constructability suggestions. Understanding the client’s financial restrictions, JBC provided considerable cost savings through proposed alternates. While onsite, JBC also redesigned the HVAC system in the private dining room to make maintenance accessibility easier moving forward.

    • Xavier-Kensington Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

      After Xavier experienced extensive water damage caused by a hurricane, JBC was contacted to manage the renovation and repair work. Work was required in the corridors and resident rooms, while the facility remained operational. JBC’s team communicated daily with the on-site staff to manage the relocation of residents and resident activities.

    • Xavier-Kensington Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

      After Xavier experienced extensive water damage caused by a hurricane, JBC was contacted to manage the renovation and repair work. Work was required in the corridors and resident rooms, while the facility remained operational. JBC’s team communicated daily with the on-site staff to manage the relocation of residents and resident activities.