From Lawrence Howard & Associates:
COLUMBIA, Md. (Apr. 23, 2010) – Manekin, LLC was recognized for its leaders and projects at the NAIOP-Maryland Awards of Excellence 2010 ceremony, held this week at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
NAIOP-Maryland is the local chapter for NAIOP, the leading trade association for developers, owners, investors and other professionals in industrial, office and mixed-use commercial real estate. The awards ceremony honored 17 local companies in 31 different categories. Manekin was called to the podium six times.
Among the company’s half-dozen awards were two for local Harford County projects:
Best Single-Story Office
103 Bata Blvd. in Belcamp, Md. was declared, Best Single-Story Office. Located in the Water’s Edge Corporate Campus, the 23,400-square-foot building was developed by Manekin, LLC and built by Manekin Construction. Brasher Design was the architect and interior designer, Schlenger Pitz the mechanical/electrical engineer, and G.W. Stephens the civil engineer. With frontage on Pulaski Highway, the property is fully leased to Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, Bowhead Technologies and Telecordia Technologies.
Best Project Amenity
The Residents’ Club at The Residences at Bulle Rock was victorious in a new award category, Best Project Amenity. Located at 1200 Bulle Rock Pkwy in Havre de Grace, Md., the 37,000-square-foot facility was developed by Manekin, LLC, Clark Turner and H&S Properties Development Corporation; land planned and civil engineered by Morris Ritchie & Associates, Inc. (MRA); designed by Gaudreau Inc.; built by Manekin Construction, mechanical/electrical engineered by Kibart, Inc., and decorated by Marc-Michaels Interior Design, Inc.
The overall theme is casual elegance and comfort to enhance the year-round resort lifestyle offered at The Residences at Bulle Rock. Amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, a cardiovascular health and wellness center, tennis and bocce courts, a cyber café, Residents’ Art Gallery, ballroom, library, billiards room and much more. The Residents’ Club previously won a Best in American Living Award from Professional Builder magazine and was featured in Buildings magazine’s “Project Innovations” issue.