Everyman Theatre Receives Two AIA Baltimore Excellence in Design Awards

October 31, 2013 – The Everyman Theatre project receives two 2013 Baltimore AIA Excellence in Design Awards. This year’s accolades marked the 50th anniversary of AIA Baltimore’s Design Awards. The Everyman Theatre project was specially recognized with the Michael F. Trostel FAIA Award for Excellence in a Historic Preservation Project and was also the recipient [...]

Maryland School for the Blind Students at Ceremonial Beam Signing

October 29, 2013 – Students at Maryland School for the Blind took part in a ceremonial raising of the topping out beam for the school’s new academic building. Over 100 Students and staff joined members of the Lewis team in signing the building’s topping beam before it was erected. The event took place Friday, October [...]

Lewis President Elected to the Board of Preservation Maryland

October 25, 2013 – President of Lewis Contractors, Tyler Tate, is elected to serve on Preservation Maryland’s board. Headquartered in the 1791 Old St. Paul’s Rectory in Baltimore’s Mt. Vernon Cultural District, Preservation Maryland is dedicated to preserving Maryland’s historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes, and archaeological sites through outreach, funding, and advocacy. Founded as the Society [...]

Howard Community College Health Sciences Building

This project involved the construction of a new 113,000 SF Allied Health Science Building for Howard Community College.  The building supports Howard Community College’s health science disciplines and includes “smart” classrooms, meeting rooms, state-of-the-art simulation and instructional wet/dry laboratories, administrative offices, and building support for the storage of hazardous materials.  The exterior façade was completed [...]

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Lewis Contractors completed restorations to the Basilica, America’s First Roman Catholic Cathedral, in both 2006 and 2012. The first set of work was an overall restoration of the old cathedral. The work required four years of pre-construction planning, including many prototypical installations. Due to the large scope of work, the restoration process was split into [...]

Everyman Theatre

The Everyman Theatre project involved the conversion of Baltimore’s Downtown Town Theatre into the form of a 250 seat theater. Lewis Contractors provided full preconstruction and construction services, inclusive of forensic work for this adaptive reuse project. Along with the extensive exterior and interior restoration elements, the renovated Everyman Theatre features multiple performance spaces with [...]

Lewis Contractors of Baltimore to restore Washington Monument at Mount Vernon Place

October 8, 2013 – Lewis Contractors will restore the Washington Monument at Mount Vernon Place–the first architectural monument ever dedicated to George Washington.  The restoration of the nearly 200 year old structure is the largest part of a three phase plan established by the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy to renovate and restore Mount Vernon Place. [...]

Lewis Contractors Joins Maryland Minority Contractors Association

October 1, 2013 – Lewis Contractors announces corporate membership with the Maryland Minority Contractors Association, Inc. (MMCA). The MMCA is an organization that promotes the equal opportunities of women and minority owned contracting businesses in Maryland. For its corporate members, MMCA provides forums, networking, and information to help develop relationships with minority and women owned [...]