Project: JP2 Dillon Street
Client: JP2 Architects

The new corporate home for JP2 is an adaptive re-use of a former day care facility in the heart of the Canton Community. The former building was demolished down to a bare shell and reconstructed with all new energy efficient systems and environmentally friendly materials. The office features all LED lighting, new roof-mounted Sola-tubes as well as a new 1,400 sf mezzanine overlooking the open office environment below. The office was honored with a LEED Gold rating shortly after opening in the summer of 2016, just in time to celebrate the firm’s 10th anniversary.


2018 NAIOP Maryland Awards of Excellence
Best office redevelopment – JP2 Architects
Best Retail – Foundry Row (GG and Chesapeake acknowledged)
Best LEED Interior Tenant Fit Out – JP2 Architects

2017 – USGBC Maryland Wintergreen Interiors Project Award for JP2 office.
JP2 is honored to receive the 2017 USGBC Maryland Wintergreen Interiors Project Award for our very own office interior! The annual ceremony recognizes businesses and local projects that demonstrate exemplary commitment and achievements in creating a more sustainable future for Maryland. Located in the heart of Canton, our Dillon Street office was named LEED Gold in 2016 and features all LED lighting, new roof-mounted Sola-tubes as well as a new 1,400 sf mezzanine overlooking the open office environment below.

Project: Better Engineering
Client: Better Engineering Mfg., Inc.

The new headquarters for Better Engineering will be located within an existing warehouse facility and will encompase nearly 30,000sf of office space and an additional 65,000sf of factory production space. JP2 created a new interior aesthetic that embodies the brand of the company. All new interiors will be constructed for reception, professional office and administrative space, training, sales and gather spaces, both indoors and out for recreation and dining. JP2 advanced the opportunities of the existing structure to provide additional daylighting opportunities as well as taller ceiling heights throughout the offices.

Project: Greenberg Gibbons Corporate Headquarters
Client: Greenberg Gibbons

JP2 is working with Greenberg Gibbons on their new 14,000 sf headquarters located in 40Ten Boston - Baltimore’s first mass timber building. The entry feature wall, themed huddle rooms, and murals incorporate the Greenberg Gibbons brand throughout. The plan considered social and focus spaces related to acoustics; the parti provides for a centralized social café area adjacent to the large conference room, while the central lobby hub provides a buffer between the executive suite and the departments on plan north. Cozy workstations adjacent to windows and inboard glazed private offices create an open and lofty experience and views of the city.

CORE Maryland Offices - Cockeysville, MD
Client: CORE Maryland

JP2 created a revitalized and efficient design for CORE Maryland’s new real estate headquarters. the existing 2,000 sf retail space was renovated into a new office space which maximizes the number of agent offices and fosters a comfortable and collaborative work environment. The office provides a mixture of open workstations and private offices providing flexibility as the office grows and develops.

Project: Power 52

Power 52 is Ray Lewis’s organization aimed at breaking the cycle of poverty & unemployment in urban communities across the nation through economic empowerment and clean energy access. This is accomplished by training urban community members to work on Solar Photovoltaic systems and their components. This project is the interior fit-out of Power 52’s 4,000 sf headquarters in Baltimore and is designed to inspire all who visit. Messages about Integrity, Trustworthiness, Inclusiveness and Measurable Impact are found throughout the design of strong

Project: Prometric
Client: Prometric

The Prometric World Headquarter occupies three floors of the First Mariner Tower in Baltimore. JP2 worked with Prometric to create a showcase library that could be used as a gathering /meeting place for employees and visitors. The library was designed to be flexible with movable bookcases and seating. The design utilizes high seating for informal gathering along with natural light to create a contemporary design for use in today’s electronic world.

The new office layout to the existing office space creates open floor plan workstations using a benching system with a low private wall. The reception area, break room, informal meeting room, and working areas are all organized within the existing 2,400 square foot office. Materials and colors were selected to bring a warm and contemporary feel to the work spaces. An accent wall featuring a word search puzzle stimulates and enlivens the office environment.

Project: Willow Lawn Office Interiors
Client: Federal Realty

Conceptual study to repurpose an upper level space in a community center to a new, vibrant 14,000sf speculative office. JP2 created conceptual plans and renderings for the owner to solicit potential tenants to be a part of a newly renovated center with immense amenities.

Project: Harrisburg Mall - Anchor Conversion
Client: St. John Properties

The proposed office is a reposition of a vacant anchor within an existing regional mall. The available surface parking, access to proximate highways, as well as a direct connection to the mall make this office a prime location for its users. The existing structure will be modified to include all new exteriors, a new 2-level central atrium space, and numerous skylights to provide natural light to both levels. The proposed design embodies the firm’s principles of open office and collaborative working spaces.

Project: Southern Streams Health and Wellness Center
Client: Mary Harvin Transformation Center Community Development

"We are missing the point when we don’t eliminate the blight in our urban communities. It is disconcerting to witness rows of houses with irreparable infrastructure damage and caved roofs not immediately condemned and razed.” - Bishop Donte Hickman

Southern Streams is a 5 story, 123,000 sf heath & wellness center for the Broadway East neighborhood of Baltimore. It is planned to house a new library, health clinic and the corporate headquarters for the Mary Harvin Transformation Center. This building is more than just ‘bricks and mortar’ to the neighborhood, it is the center piece of a masterplan and represents hope and healing for a neighborhood that has suffered greatly and until now has not participated in the current economic expansion.