Father Martin’s Ashley™


Our repeat client, the Landlord of 2129 Pulaski Highway, invited Kaliber Construction, Inc. to meet on July 12 and shared their goal of having tenant space completed and operational by September 1 for the new tenant, Father Martin’s Ashley.™ We had created a conceptual estimate from a space plan several weeks earlier, but with the tight schedule, there were only 36 business days to have the Architectural and Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing documents completed, a Harford County permit obtained, and the work completed, inspected, and accepted by both the Tenant and Landlord.

As the Contractor, we led the effort to have the Architectural and Engineering documents completed, applied for and expedited the permit, worked with the Tenant to finalize the selection of all finishes, and completed the construction work on site. We walked the space for Father Martin’s Ashley’s acceptance on the 35th day—one day early. We completed the work for the Landlord 6 percent under budget and ensured that there were no construction-related delays that could impact the anticipated rent start date. In the process, Kaliber Construction, Inc. also gained a new client and three weeks later began another construction project on Father Martin Ashley’s main campus in Havre de Grace, Maryland.

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