When a project has extraordinary challenges, a higher degree of risk, unique construction demands and requires seamless management and execution, it’s a job for Kimball. As an all-trade contractor with the ability to self-perform key disciplines, Kimball Construction has the experience, resources, and knowledge to solve any construction problem.
Some Really Awesome Companies
Arlington County, VA
Battelle National Biodefense
Booz Allen Hamilton
Chevron Energy Solutions
Johns Hopkins University
Johnson Controls, Inc.
Kaydon Ring & Seal
McCormick & Company
Maryland Stadium Authority
Parsons E & I Group
Pompeian Olive Oil
Procter & Gamble
Stanley Black & Decker
The MD Zoo at Baltimore
Jones Lang LaSalle
UMD Medical System
Scope: Civil-Structural Subcontractor | Project Value: $611,800
The project provided a variety of safety, infrastructure and site improvements to provide a safer and more functional campus, and to prepare for additional building and enrollment growth.
Kimball Construction worked as a subcontractor to Bay City Contracting, constructing improvements to the storm water management system.
Kimball Constructions' self-performed work included; cast-in-place concrete grade beams and foundations for precast tunnel.
Other work included; erecting the precast tunnel sections, all necessary grouting and waterproofing.
Scope: CSA Package | Project Value: $607,838
This project consisted of a 5,000 Square Foot renovation within an occupied facility at the Stanley Black & Decker facility in Towson, MD. Kimball Construction performed a Civil/Structural/Architectural package for the prime contractor Poole and Kent.
Our scope of work included: demolition of concrete slabs and trenching for new under slab piping. New concrete work included depressed concrete slabs for refrigeration walk-in boxes, raised concrete slabs, curbs and concrete infills.
Also included was masonry, structural steel, cutting and patching roof penetrations, new drywall partitions, doors, frames, hardware, quarry floor tile, ceramic and glass wall tile, fiberglass reinforced panels, stainless steel wall finishes, painting and carpeting.
Scope: 6A All Trades Package | Project Value: $5,624,327
Kimball Construction served as the prime 6A All Trades Contractor for the construction manager, Oak Contracting. The project consisted of a phased renovation to update laboratories and provide new infrastructure to the 45-year old Hume Wing located on the building’s north side along Monument Street. he nine-story wing was built in 1964 and houses 25 percent of the Schools research laboratories. The project achieved a LEED-Silver certification.
Our scope of work included; interior demolition of partitions, equipment, and concrete/masonry stairwells on all nine floors as well as demolition of interior partitions, casework, doors, etc. New work included site work to bring new upgraded utilities into the building, construction of an air shaft vault and penetration through basement wall. Other work included all masonry, structural steel, carpentry, laboratory casework, counter-top and equipment, architectural wood work, door hardware, miscellaneous specialties. A main feature of this project was the construction of a 9,000 sq. foot penthouse on the existing roof of the building to house mechanical and electrical equipment.
Scope: Design-Build | Project Value: $3,200,000
Kimball Construction worked with SNC‐Lavalin management to design a 14,000 sq. ft. office/maintenance/ warehouse pre‐engineered metal building and a 4,500 sq. ft. pre‐engineered water treatment building.
Kimball worked with the design team to ensure that the buildings designs met the requirements established by the owner and obtained all permits necessary to construct the buildings.
Kimball self performed the foundation of the Plant Services Building and managed the other trades on the project.
In addition Kimball managed quality control for the project.
Scope: General Contractor | Project Value: $2,162,937
This project consisted of interior renovation to 9,100 sq ft of space within an occupied office building and a 1,700 sq ft addition to the front of Building 400. Kimball Construction served as the Prime General Contractor and worked closely with the construction manager/owner’s representative, Bartlett Brainard, Eacott, Inc. The project delivery method was design-bid-build.
The work self-performed by Kimball included: installation of temporary dust partitions and barricades, general labor, structural concrete, slabs and sidewalks, selective demolition and miscellaneous structural for new openings in exterior walls, rough and finish carpentry, blocking, installation of doors, frames and hardware, casework, and installation of specialty items. The value of self-performed work was $455,600 or 21% of the project.
Trades utilized on the project included; site-work, landscaping, waterproofing, structural steel, masonry, windows, roofing, acoustical ceiling, light-gage metal framing, drywall, insulation, folding partitions, painting, floor finishes, ceramic tile, window treatments, plumbing, HVAC, fire protection, electrical and elevator.
Scope: Pre-construction | Project Value: $9,500,000
This project was for construction of a two story 44,300 square foot Class “A” Office Building and full development of a 13-acre site. The building construction included a structural steel frame and precast concrete panels.
The LEED® GOLD building features a geothermal heating and cooling which will reduce energy consumption by up to 25 percent. A rooftop photovoltaic solar array will generate 10 kilowatts of power and 92 percent of the lighting will come from natural light.
Additional LEED qualifying design concepts incorporated several best-practice Green Building techniques. Specialized materials included porous pavers, native plants, and use of regional materials. Water efficiency was achieved through on-site water collection and zero landscaping irrigation. Transportation elements included bicycle accessibility, hybrid vehicle parking, and a ride sharing network (with parking) for building occupants. Lighting techniques were employed such that zero lot line pollution was achieved.
Scope: Prime General Contractor | Project Value: $390,864
This project consisted of interior renovation to 4,100 Sq. ft. of space within an occupied research and development facility in Columbia, MD.
The work self-performed by Kimball included: installation of barricades and temporary dust partitions, general labor, carpentry, installation of door frames and hardware.
Trades utilized on this project included; select demolition, light-gage metal framing, drywall, acoustical ceilings, glazing, roofing, painting, flooring, window treatments, mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, electrical and audio visual systems.
Scope: Prime General Contractor | Project Value: $3,443,00
Our relationship with Verizon began in 1970. For over forty years, we have successfully completed hundreds of projects. From a single door installation, to the construction of an entire operations center, Verizon has relied on Kimball.
Our collaboration remains strong as we were recently awarded more than $1 million in contracts for repairs and upgrades to six service centers in the Baltimore area. We are proud of our continued commitment to provide an unsurpassed level of service for one of the country’s most recognized businesses.