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Demolition of long-vacant downtown building kicks off

 “The long-awaited demolition of the Bard Building on Lombard Street downtown is in the works. Work started earlier this month to tear down the five-story, Brutalist-style academic building that was once a satellite campus for Baltimore City Community College and later became a flashpoint between one of Baltimore’s top developers and the college. What comes […]

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Board of Certified Safety Professionals – Safety Trained Supervisor Construction

Congratulations to one of our site superintendents, Mike W., for passing their Board of Certified Safety Professionals – Safety Trained Supervisor Construction (STSC) Exams! As part of our professional development initiative, all Berg superintendents are working towards this credential in an effort to expand their knowledge base and further their professional development. Thank you both

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Lidl is coming to East Baltimore. Inside the deal that almost didn’t happen.

In late 2021, Dana Henson made a panicked, late-night phone call to the CEO of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City, expecting to drop a major bombshell that would almost certainly spell disaster for both women. Henson, principal and vice president of The Henson Development Company Inc., told CEO Janet Abrahams that their plan to

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BCCC Bard Building demolition will clear way for new downtown green space

“Baltimore City Community College is planning to demolish its long-vacant Bard Building in downtown Baltimore and turn the property into green space while the school determines a permanent use for the property. A contract to demolish the five-story, 172,600-square-foot building that previously housed a library, classrooms and staff offices, located at 600 E. Lombard St.,

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