Johns Hopkins University | Founder’s Wall
This project included the creation of a new “Founder’s Wall,” honoring donors who matched Johns Hopkins’ founding gift of $7 million to the University. The wall was constructed in front of Garland Hall on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus. High-end paver systems, new railings, and new landscaping were provided. Custom marble was provided throughout—it was hand-selected from the quarry to ensure consistency along the entire length of the wall. All work was successfully completed on the occupied Homewood Campus, necessitating careful safety, security, pedestrian control, and construction nuisance mitigation measures.
- ABC Baltimore Excellence in Construction Award - Project of the Year