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April 20, 2015

Jody Latimer Joins Barton Malow Company as Project Director

Baltimore, MD — April 20, 2015 — Barton Malow Company announces that Jody Latimer has joined the Baltimore office as Project Director, serving our higher education and K-12 clients throughout Maryland and Delaware.

“Jody brings a wealth of experience in Maryland and a unique perspective to our team,” said Ben Morgan, Vice President of the Eastern Region. “Her added expertise allows us to continue our great reputation as a higher education builder in the Eastern Region.”

A 28-year veteran of construction, Jody has worked on a number of local, notable projects including the Gilman Hall Renovation at John Hopkins Homewood Campus in Baltimore; the University of Maryland Health Science Facility II in Baltimore; the University of Maryland School of Law/School of Social Work in Baltimore; and the expansion and renovation of the Mall in Columbia for the Rouse Company in Columbia, Maryland. Jody is a graduate of University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering.

About Barton Malow Company
Barton Malow Company provides construction services through a variety of delivery methods to suit our clients’ needs, including construction management, design-build, and IPD. Focused on safety, quality, and productivity, we bring specialized capabilities and custom technology applications to market specialties such as education, healthcare, sports, and industrial/manufacturing. Our core purpose is “Building with the American Spirit: People, Projects and Communities.”

A builder since 1924, Barton Malow’s team includes over 1,200 professionals in 11 offices including our headquarters in Southfield, Michigan, and Eastern Region operations in Baltimore, Maryland. Recognized as a top performing contractor in North America, our annual revenues exceed $1 billion.

Barton Malow is an equal opportunity employer. For more information, please visit us at www.bartonmalow.com and follow us on Twitter @bartonmalow.