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Premier Concrete Reconstructing the Rouse Company Building Into a Whole Foods Market

Monday, October 28, 2013 @ 11:10 AM
posted by Premier Concrete

Images by Columbia, MD – Downtown Developments

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND—Premier Concrete is working in concert with The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company to renovate the historic Rouse Company Building into a Whole Foods Market in Columbia, Md.

The four-floor structure will undergo extreme restoration and renovation, with plans to remove the second floor in order to create a double height space for the store. Whole Foods Market will occupy the main level, with a fitness center on the lower level.

Located on Lake Kittamaqundi, the former headquarters of the Rouse Company is an iconic centerpiece of downtown Columbia. Designed and built by renowned architect Frank Gehry for Columbia founder, James Rouse, the structure represents the pioneering vision Rouse had in building and creating the planned community of Columbia in the 1960s.

The introduction of a Whole Foods Market will be the first of its kind within proximity to downtown Columbia. The nearest Whole Foods Market is currently located in Harbor East in Baltimore.

“We are excited to be a part of the team bringing the first Whole Foods Market to the Columbia area,” says Premier Concrete Vice President, Steve Workmeister. “We look forward to the finished project and hope the community enjoys the new addition.”

The restoration and renovation project commenced in March 2013, with Premier Concrete joining the team in May. The project is expected to be complete by fall 2014.

Read more about the project at http://www.columbiamd.com/projects/whole-foods/ and Baltimore Business Journal.

 

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Premier Concrete Announces Job Openings Due to Booming Business

Tuesday, August 13, 2013 @ 04:08 PM
posted by Premier Concrete

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND—Premier Concrete executives, Jim and Steve Workmeister, are pleased to announce they are now hiring additional project foremen and concrete form carpenters due to the significant growth of their company.

Premier Concrete is currently managing a number of ongoing projects, and the list continues to grow. One major renovation project for Premier Concrete is the former Rouse Building in Columbia, MD; this structural concrete job will convert a previous office complex into a Whole Foods grocery store and Columbia Association gym. In Aberdeen, MD, Premier is providing the concrete work for new military houses for Corvias Military Living at Aberdeen Proving Ground; including installing a community pool house and mechanical building. Premier is also in the process of building a new addition for Maryland School for the Blind located in Baltimore, MD.  Premier bases its continued success on the company’s ability to help each client achieve their unique project goals.

Premier Concrete has partnered with Bel Air, Maryland’s Fallston Group (www.FallstonGroup.com) to further enhance their communications and marketing efforts. Since the launch of a newly updated website in the fall of 2012, Premier has noticed an increase in project sales. The new website enables key stakeholders to learn more about the remarkable history of the company, view highlighted projects, gain insight into Premier’s culture, and facilitates requests for project bids, among other relevant attributes. The Fallston Group will continue to enhance Premier’s website through SEO, content development, and video production.

Fallston Group Principal, Rob Weinhold, says, “Working with the Premier team is always a wonderful experience. Not only am I so very impressed by the longevity of this family-owned company (more than 25 years in business), it is amazing how many in the industry praise its leaders for their commitment to quality and unwavering honesty. In an industry where trust can be an issue, it is clear Premier has built their reputation on integrity, a foundation which stands firm today.”

The website will be used as a platform to support Premier Concrete’s operating needs moving forward, chief among those needs is the immediate hiring of additional foremen and form carpenters. Steve Workmeister says these individuals must be team leaders who have a thorough understanding of the concrete business; they must be able to read, understand, and build concrete forms from blueprints. Additionally, the foremen must be able to effectively manage their work crews, maintain site equipment, order supplies and coordinate seamlessly with sub-contractors.  They must also be able to communicate effectively with clients and maintain the highest standards of construction site safety.

Individuals who are interested in joining the Premier Concrete team may now apply directly on website (www.PremierConcrete.biz) and click on “Now Hiring.” Or they may contact Steve Workmeister directly at 410.344.1604, ext. 26 or email their qualifications, along with professional resume to Steve at: sworkmeister@premierconcrete.biz. All employment inquiries with be kept strictly confidential.

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