From large to small, public to private, renovation to new construction; the outcome remains excellent—and the process of getting there satisfying. Please take a look at the following samples, but feel free to call us so we can put you in touch with our short list of customers (over 80% are so satisfied that they come back for more!)
Enoch Pratt Libraries contracted Kindred Builders to renovate the Hampden Branch in Baltimore, Maryland in 2004. This renovation included both the interior and exterior of the facility bringing total value of the renovation over $200,000.
The customer was so satisfied that they asked Kindred to renovate the Herring Run facility exterior.
Enoch Pratt continues to be a satisfied member of the Kindred family, renovating the Washington Boulevard and recently (2008) the Northwood Branch. Although these projects typically remain under the $100,000 value, Kindred is configured to continue this scope of work while simultaneously engaged in larger work.
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) signed on Kindred to renovate their Mount Clare Station offices in 2005. Once a train station, this 1.3-million dollar renovation is a good example of larger public work done by Kindred Builders—and one with a great deal of social value to the company. This size of project is still small enough that Kindred can continue with several projects of this magnitude several times over—and not only in the public sector.
Kindred Builders has completed many retail space fitouts to suit customers, like those of the Loch Raven Plaza. This new construction remains a mainstay for Kindred with built-to-suit projects ranging from less than $50,000 to projects over $1-million.
Maple Lawn Markets was built by Kindred Builders in 2006. This retail space was ground-up construction of a gas station, convenience store, and fast food restaurant co-located under one roof.
Despite winter weather challeges, vertical construction is well under way 60 days later.
Barely in the fourth month, and this facility is nearly finished as another prime example of Kindred quality. Ahead of schedule and under budget ($1.3M) keys were handed over to the very satisfied owner inside of 5-months!
Highbridge Village was a similar project in 2006 (word gets around!) This was a $1.8M project—again completed ahead of schedule and below budget. Pictured here are the fuel tanks being installed.
In 2007, Kindred Builders completed this larger project (over $3.0M). Kindred was first contracted to build the Plaza alone, but again, word gets out and Kindred was asked to also construct the Animal Hospital and fitout office spaces inside the plaza.
Kindred Builders just completed this $1.4M project for Koons Toyota. The project finished ahead of schedule in time for the 4th of July Sale Event.
Koons has already contracted us to demolish and rebuild the main sales building across the street (nearly $5.0M). This raises our return customer rate to a new high... 82% of our work to date has been repeat business from very satisfied customers!