Courtesy of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners
General contracting firm constructed County Office building in 2015
Baltimore, MD (July 12, 2016) – The Mullan Contracting Company has been awarded a construction contract to build a new 41,600 square foot Circuit Courthouse for Queen Anne’s County, located on Commerce Street in Centreville, Maryland. The project is expected to commence this summer, with completion anticipated for next year. Last year, Mullan Contracting delivered a 24,000 square foot office building for Queen Anne’s County that currently houses the County’s Department of Planning and Zoning, Office of the State’s Attorney and County’s Board of Elections.
The existing Queen Anne’s Courthouse was completed in 1796 and is considered the oldest courthouse still in use in the State of Maryland. The new two-story project was designed with a front exterior façade that resembles the previous building, and features a glass oculus window with the outline of an eagle. Queen Anne’s County has considered possible new designs and concepts for the structure since 2007.
“Our team is extremely familiar with the Queen Anne’s County area, and we look forward to the successful delivery of another public facility that best serves the needs of its residents,” explained Joseph Rode, President of The Mullan Contracting Company.
Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Lutherville, MD, The Mullan Contracting Company is a full-service construction management and general contracting firm specializing in the commercial office, retail, hospitality, healthcare and institutional industries. For further information, visit www.mullancontracting.com.