M.C. Dean is sprucing up and greening Baltimore. At a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 19, M.C. Dean will introduce its new LEED-certified Baltimore headquarters.
The move not only renovated and greened a warehouse in Baltimore’s Sharp-Leadenhall district, but will also bring 100 new jobs to the area. Centrally located downtown close to the Inner Harbor and Camden Yards, the building showcases Charm City.
“As M.C. Dean continues to grow, we are thrilled to expand our footprint and move into this beautiful new environmentally and locally sustainable building,” said Bill Dean, CEO of M.C. Dean. “As a longstanding engineering firm, our renovations took into consideration the rich history of this area as well as the needs of the community we will share. We’re eager to add Baltimore to our growing list of cities where we can better serve our local and national customers.”
M.C. Dean, an engineering and technology services firm, has increased its presence in the Baltimore-Washington area in recent years. The company lent its expertise to Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Fort Meade as well as supporting Baltimore’s blue-light security camera system and CityWatch program.