While making his rounds throughout the northeast part of Maryland, Governor Larry Hogan happened to visit two of FWA’s recent projects – both in the same day!
Our engineering team performed the site engineering services for the property that now accommodates 75 renovated housing units for veterans. These houses, located within Cecil County’s HELP Veterans Village, target at-risk and formerly homeless veterans.
Some of FWA’s engineering team members attended the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, along with Governor Hogan and other local delegates.
(Photo courtesy of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development)
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently toured the Bel Air Armory Marketplace, a collection of former garages that have been upgraded by the Town of Bel Air for adaptive reuse into retail buildings. These retail sites are designed specifically for incubator businesses that have an end goal of moving to a Bel Air storefront.
FWA provided architectural design services for this project and was thrilled to discuss the project with Governor Hogan. All upgrades were designed per the Maryland Historic Trust requirements and incorporated green improvements and renewable materials. Roll up doors were installed to maintain the original historical use aspect. Aluminum storefronts were installed behind the roll up doors and new HVAC, lighting, and electric were added as well.
Thank you, Governor Hogan, for supporting small businesses!