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JMT Architecture

Daily Record Staff//November 5, 2020

JMT Architecture

By Daily Record Staff

//November 5, 2020

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JMT Architecture in Hunt Valley is the architecture and interior design practice of Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT), a design, technology and construction management consulting firm with offices across the country. JMT Architecture was born in 2014 when JMT merged with Rubeling & Associates, an architecture and interior design company in Baltimore, after 12 years of working together.

Albert W. Rubeling Jr. is senior vice president and national architecture practice leader with JMT Architecture. He founded Rubeling & Associates in 1981.

One of the highlights of JMT Architecture’s multiple school projects is its architectural and design work on the $28.5 million Mother Mary Lange Elementary School in Baltimore, which will welcome more than 500 students. It is the first new Catholic elementary and middle school in Baltimore in more than 50 years. The 65,140-square-foot, three-floor school is expected to be completed early next year.

In other notable school projects, JMT’s services included architecture, interior design and construction administration at the new Hereford High School and Catonsville Elementary School, as well as multiple projects at private schools including Glenelg Country School and Archbishop Curley High School. JMT’s work continues at Mount de Sales Academy’s new 24,000-square-foot Center for the Performing Arts, which has instructional space, a two-level auditorium and a gallery for student art.

JMT Architecture also has projects in many other areas, including in corporate facilities, health care, cultural sites, libraries and recreation centers and transportation.

This is a winner profile from The Daily Record's 2020 Excellence in Construction & Real Estate awards.

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