Real Estate Journal — May 11 - 24, 2018 — 11A


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D el M ar V a Company completes 13 projects in the county since 2017 Homegrown: How Harkins is helping transform Howard Cty.

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onstruction in How- ard County can be seen everywhere ,

and Harkins is not only part of it, but they are right in the middle of it. They began building in Columbia in 1966, and relocated their corporate headquarters to downtown Columbia in 2016. Fifty-two years after their first job, Har- kins is still fully entrenched in bringing Howard County construction projects to life. As robust residential, commer- cial, and government building activity can currently be seen in downtown Columbia and up and down the Route 1 Cor- ridor, Harkins is the construc- tion manager of five projects totaling over $100M. Along the Route 1 and 100 corridors in Elkridge, Harkins is building over 600 apart- ment units with 1,250 parking spaces in two communities. Verde II at Howard Square is the final phase of the How- ard Square development for Atapco Properties. The two- building mixed use project will contain 344 apartment units, surrounded with a five- story precast parking garage offering 750 parking spaces and 30,000 s/f of retail. Dart-

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Verde II at Howard Square project

moor Place at Oxford Square, for Preston Scheffenacker Properties, is a new five-story building that will contain 258 market rate units and will be adjacent to a five-story precast parking garage offering 500 parking spaces. Harkins has also been tapped to help local govern- ment agencies with a multi- tude of projects. Mendenhall Court, which will serve as office space for the Howard County Public Works and Police Department, is under- going two phases of interior renovations. The first phase included mechanical, electri-

cal, plumbing, and sprinkler upgrades. The second phase includes the construction of an interior arms and evidence vault. Additionally, the Patux- ent Woods office building, which will serve as office space for the Department of Commu- nity Resources and Services, the Department of Housing and Community Develop- ment, Office of Human Rights, and the Howard County Fish program, is undergoing a full- service restoration. The two- building project will be gutted in its entirety and Harkins will be completing the demolition continued on page 12A

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