Lewis Restoration Projects Featured in The Exchange

July 30, 2015 – What makes restoration work so intriguing? This month’s feature article in “The Exchange”–History Buffs–touches on the subject. LEWIS BUILDS MARYLAND. Lewis Contractors is an award winning, family owned and operated construction management and general contracting firm. Engaging in all types of academic, institutional, restoration, industrial, and commercial projects, the Lewis Team delivers [...]

Lewis Awarded Maryland Minority Contractors Association “Best Practice Award”

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July 20, 2015 – Lewis Contractors has been awarded the Maryland Minority Contractors Association (MMCA) Best Practice Award. Lewis was honored, at the 5th Annual MMCA Summer Soiree held July 17, 2015. This was the firm’s second time being named as the winner of the Best Practice Award. The award recognizes one company annually that [...]

Article Co-Authored by Lewis President Published in PCI Journal

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July 15, 2015 – Article co-authored by Lewis President, Tyler Tate, published in the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) Journal. Authored by Clay Naito, Fatih Cetisli, and Tyler Tate, the peer-reviewed article, “A method for quality assurance of seven-wire strand bond in portland cement concrete,”was recently published in the PCI Journal. Abstract Achieving good bond between [...]

Construction to Start on Havre de Grace Opera House

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July 9, 2015 – Historic Havre de Grace Opera House to undergo renovations by Lewis Contractors. Constructed in 1870, the 145-year-old, city-owned building will be renovated and restored to better serve as a multi-use community theatre and performing arts venue. Located on North Union Avenue in the heart of Havre de Grace, the building has [...]

A Monumental Bicentennial

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July 6, 2015 – A ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the completion of the Washington Monument’s restoration on it’s bicentennial anniversary. On July 4, 2015, the bicentennial of the laying of its cornerstone, the Washington Monument at Mount Vernon Place was re-dedicated and re-opened to the public during the Monumental Bicentennial Celebration. Hundreds gathered for the celebration [...]