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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

Johns Hopkins Real Estate, Innovation Lab

Johns Hopkins Real Estate, Innovation Lab

Morgan State University, Lillie Carrol Jackson Museum

Morgan State University, Lillie Carrol Jackson Museum

University of Maryland at Baltimore, Lexington Garage

University of Maryland at Baltimore, Lexington Garage

Coppin State University, Fireside Lounge

Coppin State University, Fireside Lounge

Coppin State University Pedestrian Bridge

Coppin State University, Pedestrian Bridge

Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

Towson University, Towson Center North Wing

TOWSON UNIVERSITY, NEWELL DINING HALL

Towson University, Newell Dining Hall
  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.