Johns Hopkins University | Open Space
This project involved all aspects of the University including modification of all open space and between the buildings. As CM-at-Risk, Lewis renovated approximately 80% of the Homewood Campus—roads, walks, stairs, ramps, retaining walls, exterior lighting, street furniture and landscaping. Materials used included paving bricks, marble, granite, and limestone. Because the campus was occupied during the entire project, all work was phased to minimize disruption and to maximize pedestrian access around the campus. Utility work was also conducted in support of the aesthetic upgrades.