Mike Doner, co-owner of Flagger Force, was looking for a new home for his Baltimore Maryland Area operations.
had searched the area south of Baltimore near BWI airport for several months looking for a property to purchase with no success.
Eventually, an existing 22,129 square-foot building, formerly used as an AT&T operating center, was found in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
This building was originally built in 1974 and sat on 3.2 acres of land.
liked the location and the extensive paved parking area which could provide plenty of room for traffic control training on site.
However the building was in horrible condition and the asking price for the property seemed unrealistic.
In July of 2013, Mike
to evaluate the building and provide budget pricing to renovate the property should he
elect to purchase it.
Our evaluation concluded that the building was structurally in excellent shape, but in all other aspects, it was functionally and aesthetically obsolete.
The building was originally built as a call center and switching center for AT&T
It was extremely well built, but had fallen into disrepair.
We recommended stripping the building down to its structural elements and constructing all new finishes as well as mechanical and electrical systems.
We provided Mike
with a written proposal and budget pricing to renovate the building for his
We also provided Mike
with a financial pro forma to help him evaluate the current value of the building and establish a fair offering price for the property.
commented "once work began, we found obstacles, but with each one, Keystruct
found solutions and helped us resolve them.
The end product is simply amazing.