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Department of Legislative Services Building – Annapolis, MD – News Article by Capital Gazette

Demolition begins on Maryland legislative services building in Annapolis; new facility expected by late 2024 After 46 years, the Department of Legislative Services building on State Circle is coming down, to free up space for a new complex following state officials’ concerns about the current building’s deteriorating conditions and lack of space for the growing …

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Madison Park North Apartments – News Article by The Baltimore Sun

It was called ‘murder mall.’ Now, 120 new town homes are coming to West Baltimore.   A Baltimore developer, along with city and state officials, held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday morning for a new, multimillion-dollar housing development at the site of the former Madison Park North Apartments in West Baltimore. The long-abandoned apartment complex was …

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Board of Certified Safety Professionals – Safety Trained Supervisor Construction

Congratulations to two of our site superintendents, Jason and Chuck, 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 …

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SEE IT: Landmark Mall in Alexandria demolished to make room for hospital, homes & more

“ALEXANDRIA, Va. (7News) — The City of Alexandria finally said goodbye to the Landmark Mall. “City Mayor Justin Wilson led the countdown to the start of demolition at 11 a.m. Thursday morning. Officials say the mall was torn down to make room for a new development that will include an Inova hospital, apartment homes, stores …

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Hillman Garage 50 Years Later: How Annapolis is Once Again Solving Its Downtown Parking Problem

“When the lower levels of the new garage in downtown Annapolis first opened on Nov. 29, 1972, Mayor Roger W. “Pip” Moyer was there to shake hands with the first customer, grinning for the camera. “Moyer had finally found an answer — at least temporarily — for what to do with all of the cars …

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Governor Hogan Celebrates Project C.O.R.E. Milestone with Demolition of Perkins Homes

“More Than 5,000 Units of Blight Eliminated In Baltimore City Launches First Phase of Redevelopment Plan for Historic Perkins-Somerset-Oldtown Neighborhood “ANNAPOLIS, MD (August 30, 2021) – Governor Larry Hogan today marked the milestone of 5,000 units of blight eliminated through Project C.O.R.E. (Creating Opportunities for Renewal and Enterprise) with the demolition of the last building …

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Transforming one of Baltimore’s areas of poverty into communities of choice

“The Housing Authority of Baltimore City’s 1940s-era Perkins Homes public housing site is coming down. Demolition of the six buildings that comprise the development in East Baltimore began June 24. ““With these bricks starting to come down, we are witnessing the end of an era,” said HABC CEO Janet Abrahams, whose agency is overseeing the …

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