October 31, 2016 – Tim Murphey from the Maryland Department of Commerce and Norma Bosley from Delegate Dana Stein’s office recently presented Lewis with a certificate honoring the firm for its 50 years of exceptional service in Maryland.
The ceremony was preceded with a luncheon led by Lewis President, Tyler Tate, wherein he gave a presentation on the history of Lewis Contractors and its affiliates to the staff and guests.
Founded as general contractors in 1966, Lewis is family owned and operated and has worked with some of Maryland’s most respected institutions and organizations over the course of the last fifty years to become one of Greater Baltimore’s most renowned builders.
With work comprising private schools, colleges, churches, research laboratories, historic restorations, cultural institutions, and medical care facilities, Lewis’ broad portfolio of work includes many notable projects. Such projects include award-winning restoration and adaptive reuse projects, including the Washington Monument at Mount Vernon Place, the Everyman Theatre, the Baltimore Basilica of the Assumption, Towson University’s Newell & Richmond Halls, and the Sheppard Pratt Gatehouse, as well as modern, new construction projects such as the Johns Hopkins University’s Brody Learning Commons, Beth Tfiloh Lower School, Howard Community College Health Sciences Building, Parks & People Foundation’s Sally & Butch Michel Center, Under Armour’s Banner Field at Latrobe Park.
An award winning, family owned and operated construction management and general contracting firm, Lewis engages in all types of academic, institutional, restoration, industrial, and commercial projects, the Lewis Team delivers a tradition of excellence, innovative thinking, and attention to detail to their clients’ projects.