Johns Hopkins University | Applied Physics Laboratory
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a not-for-profit, engineering research and development organization and defense contractor serving as a technical resource for the Department of Defense, NASA, and other government agencies. Due to the defense-related nature of the facilities constructed, projects are often completed on aggressive, fast-paced schedules and work must remain confidential. All work at JHU APL is phased in and around occupied, ongoing manufacturing, office, and administrative operations and ongoing work within the plant cannot be interrupted. All construction work must be fully isolated from non-work areas.
Over the years, Lewis has completed over a dozen projects for JHU APL—with several currently under construction—and has been listed as a preferred contractor under APL’s IDIQ contract, Master Services Agreement. Lewis’ work has included multi-building complexes, complex interior laboratory renovations, a Control House and Antenna Test Range, a Fuel Station, and several ancillary metal research buildings with complete MEP spaces and research / laboratory facilities. Office and research buildings Lewis has completed include dry laboratories, computer laboratories, electronics research areas, offices, conference rooms, etc.