Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT), a nationally-ranked architectural and engineering firm headquartered in Sparks, announced it will move to a new building to be built on Wight Avenue in Hunt Valley.
The five story, 130,000 square foot building will consolidate about 600 Baltimore County employees to the new, larger headquarters.
“JMT’s new headquarters near the recently announced McCormick campus in Hunt Valley anchors another home-grown success in Baltimore County,” said Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. “In over 40 years, JMT has grown into one of the top-ranked architectural and engineering firms in the country. With this new headquarters building, we look forward to even more growth by JMT here in Baltimore County.”
Engineering News-Record recently ranked JMT 75th in the country by annual revenue.
“After 25 years in our headquarters at 72 Loveton Circle in Sparks, JMT has outgrown our space. Baltimore County has been a perfect location as JMT expanded into new markets and services. We love the location because of its convenience to both the Baltimore region and Pennsylvania. Our agreement with Greenfield Partners in the new Hunt Valley building will keep us headquartered in Baltimore County for the foreseeable future,” said Jack Moeller, P.E., President of JMT.
Companywide, the firm employs 1,200 engineers, architects, planners, environmental scientists, surveyors, construction and program managers, inspectors, designers, CADD technicians, and GIS and information technology specialists.
JMT provides professional consulting services to a wide variety of public and private entities. This diversification of markets and services has resulted in considerable geographic expansion from one office in Maryland, to strategically located offices across the United States.
The new building is at 40 Wight Avenue, JMT expects to move in early 2017.