- BCT Summer Retreat
- BCT Expands Housing Studio
- Bob Gehrman teaches at JHU
- Higher Achievement Opens in Baltimore
- Downtown Partnership Annual Meeting
- Craig Purcell joins BCT Team
- BCT Offices move downtown
- Picnic brings together BCT families
- BCT employees enjoy spring gathering
- Mark Herbkersman rejoins BCT
- Robert Gehrman named BCT Principal
- BCT Adds New Talent
BCT Summer Retreat
Catonsville is still reeling from two major events at the BCT summer retreat (Gehrman Residence) where we celebrated the third annual crab feast on Oak Drive and two weeks later the Gehrman's annual July 4th (3rd) Music House / Yard Party. A great time was had by all.
BCT Expands Housing Studio
Previously serving as Vice Presidents at CSD Architects, both Janet and Duncan served as the core of the senior living studio. BCT has expanded into residential and multi-family projects as a direct result of its mixed-use project experience. "The addition of Duncan Walker and Janet Reynolds provides the impetus for our firm to positively launch into senior living," Stated Bob Gehrman, BCT Principal. BCT previously provided graphic design services to Broadmead and is currently designing senior projects on the East Coast.
Bob Gehrman teaches at JHU
Bob Gehrman is teaching at the Johns Hopkins University Carey School of business. The class is a building and site design course for students enrolled in the Masters of Real Estate program.
Higher Achievement Opens in Baltimore
Bryce Turner is a board member of Higher Achievement, which has designated Baltimore as its second location. Higher Achievement began in Washington, D.C. and has been highly successful with middle school children in after-school learning. This is a great opportunity for professionals to give back to the community. Click here for full article.
Downtown Partnership Annual Meeting
BCT wins a business recognition award for the Center Plaza project at the annual Downtown Partnership meeting.
Craig Purcell joins BCT Team
Brown Craig Turner is pleased to announce the addition of Craig Purcell as Director of Urban Design. Craig's passion for creating vibrant cities and towns matched our own, and he shares our commitment to urban infill and design. He has 30 years experience in retail-driven mixed use. He has used his talent, vision, and great 'hand' to create rich cultural settings which resonate a sense of place and energy in urban spaces.
BCT Offices move downtown
Brown Craig Turner (BCT) announced that it has officially relocated its Baltimore headquarters to One Charles Center. The firm will occupy the 18th Floor and is completing a total build-out of the space. The new address is 100 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201.
Picnic brings together BCT families
The volleyball rivalry was as strong as ever at Brown Craig Turner's (BCT) annual picnic for employees, their families and friends. Kids of all ages enjoyed a massive water gun battle while those who preferred to stay dry tended the barbeque. The annual picnic was held at Padonia Park as it has been for the past two years.
BCT employees enjoy spring gathering
Brown Craig Turner (BCT) employees enjoyed the annual spring outing on the rooftop deck of Pauline Harris' Fort Avenue home. The staff of BCT and Spin, Ms. Harris' PR firm, enjoyed a beautiful night overlooking Baltimore's harbor made even better by bushels of Baltimore's best steamed crabs.
Mark Herbkersman rejoins BCT
Mark has received both national and international awards for his design work. He has contributed to a variety of architecture and design projects and has been published in numerous professional trade journals. Mark will apply his outstanding design skills, project management and communication abilities to the multiple projects he will oversee at BCT, including his current project focus on the Aquia Town Center. Before joining BCT, Mark worked with several national firms, including Dorsky Hodgson and Partners Inc. of Washington, DC; RTKL Associates Inc. of Baltimore, MD and Brown and Craig Inc. of Baltimore, MD. Mark received a Bachelor of Architecture as well as a Bachelor of Science in environmental design from Kent State University graduating with departmental honors. He is continuing studies in design at Maryland Institute College of Art.
Robert Gehrman named BCT Principal
Brown Craig Turner (BCT) Vice President Robert Gehrman became a principal and stockholder in the firm in January 2007 based on his significant contributions and leadership on projects. Mr. Gehrman has been with BCT since 1995. Bob has demonstrated the skills and talents of a seasoned professional and trustworthy business partner said Bryce Turner, BCT President.
BCT Adds New Talent
Brown Craig Turner (BCT), a leading architectural, planning and interior design firm, announced the addition of Deborah Fritz to its Baltimore office. Deborah Fritz joined the firm as an Interior Designer and will provide design services for BCT's retail, commercial, corporate, and hospitality related clients. She is currently completing design work for the new food court at BWI Airport and corporate office interiors for G1440 at Clipper Mill.