F.M. Harvey Construction


The BBJ has announced its 2023 Family-Owned Business Awards honorees



Last Wednesday, Harvey Construction was recognized by the Baltimore Business Journal as a Family-Owned Business Award honoree.  This award honors multi-generational, family-owned businesses for overall excellence, innovation, ethics, and philanthropy.  We were thrilled to be a 2023 recipient.  See Logan Harvey’s acceptance speech here: https://harveyconstructioninc.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/harvey.mp4 Read More

Frank Harvey - Flying High



Ever wonder what CEO’s do during their off time?  You might think…. relax, read, play golf, or sip scotch:  Not so for Frank Harvey, the President of Harvey Construction.  Kitesurfing is his weekend activity of choice.  Frank needed a sport that he could do when the waves weren’t surfable.  Kitesurfing fit that build. So before most people had ever heard of it, Frank was mastering this extreme sport where you’re literally like a puppet on a string…. well, four strings,… Read More

Harvey Construction at First Fruits Farm



On June 17th, six employees from Harvey Construction took the morning off to give back to the community at First Fruits Farm in Freeland, Maryland. They were tasked with picking the first harvest of tomatoes that would be shared with area soup kitchens, local food banks, and homeless shelters. It was an awesome experience that yielded over 675 pounds of produce for those in need. Read More




Today marks the 40th work anniversary for Sheila Harvey at Harvey Construction.  Sheila has been with the company since November 1, 1981 when she was hired as the Office Manager in the then, 3-man operation.  She’s been witness to the company’s humble beginnings in a rented office space shared with a then obscure local artist, Martin Barry, to its current company-owned 3-story building in Hunt Valley.  She’s been instrumental in the company’s transition from one generation to another and has… Read More

Controller, Samantha Baynes Meets a "Giant" in the Football League



Last evening, Harvey Construction’s Controller, Samantha Baynes was star-struck when she met Jonathan Ogden at a reception held at Hayfields Country Club.  The event, hosted by Orrstown Bank, brought together clients, bank executives and a beloved Baltimore legend for a night of meeting and mingling.  Ogden was the Baltimore Ravens’ first-ever draft pick and was later inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  As a long time Ravens fan, Samantha jumped at the chance to be photographed with him… Read More

Watershed, Atlas' Newest Restaurant Opened This Weekend



F.M. Harvey Construction recently completed its 15th project for Atlas Restaurant Group, Watershed, located in historic Cross Street Market.  The sleek, new design accommodates rooftop seating for 185 along with another 5,200 square feet of restaurant space below.  Adjacent to Watershed is Atlas Fish Market, a newly designed oyster and seafood market.  Both spaces boast a light airy feel with light colored wood benches, white painted brick walls, decorative mermaid tile and nautical motifs throughout. Watershed and Atlas Fish Market… Read More

Steve Barbera Quoted in Building Congress & Exchange's Publication



F.M. Harvey’s Vice President of Operations, Steve Barbera, lent his expertise in response to BC&E’s question:  “What is your company doing to boost morale and keep employees positive during this unprecedented time?”  Citing transparency, communication, and trust as leadership qualities needed during these unprecedented times, Steve knows that employees are feeling anxious and that it’s important to stay focused on their needs in order to keep morale up.   Read More

F.M. Harvey COVID-19 Prevention



It is no mystery that the Corona Virus/COVID-19 is starting to have a big impact on our daily lives and that we’re experiencing a “new normal.”  At F.M. Harvey Construction, we recognize that we all have to do our part both on and off the job to ensure we remain healthy.  The following guidelines have been adopted to provide our employees and clients with some helpful information and tips to consider as we go about our day.  Thanks and stay… Read More

F.M. Harvey Awarded The Choptank Restaurant



Demolition has begun on F.M. Harvey’s latest project, The Choptank. Located in the heart of historic Broadway Market in Fells Point, this signature restaurant will offer diners an expansive outdoor courtyard with unique landscaping and lighting layouts as well as an interior bar and seating to accommodate 275 patrons. The transformation from a 1786 city landmark to a modern day seafood market will be completed this summer. https://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/news/2018/12/31/new-lighting-upscale-design-to-highlight-the.html Read More




When F. M. Harvey Construction first began its bi-weekly group training program in 2015, no one would have predicted that it would still be going strong 3½ years later. But hitting the gym has been a highlight for many F.M. Harvey employees, many of whom have seldom missed a workout.  Partnering with our trainer, Max Phillips of Brick Bodies Padonia, employees can choose to leave work an hour early on Tuesdays and Thursdays and attend a 1-hour high intensity workout… Read More

Ouzo Bay and Loch Bar expand into Houston



Baltimore-based Atlas Restaurant Group and F.M. Harvey are once again joining forces to expand two well known Baltimore restaurants, Ouzo Bay and Loch Bar, into the Houston area.  Construction began this week on the 11,000 square foot project on the ground floor of the Equinox building in River Oaks District.  The restaurants are slated to open Spring of 2019. Read More

F.M. Harvey Runs For A Cause



This past Sunday, May 6th, F.M. Harvey employees participated in the 25th Annual Billy Korrow Memorial Run at Loyola Blakefield in Towson.  The run commemorates Billy Korrow, a seventh grader at Loyola who passed away suddenly in 1993.  It also raises funds for an annual scholarship in his name which is given to a student who demonstrates academic excellence as well as active participation in school activities.  Julie Korrow, a member of the F.M. Harvey team, helps organize the event,… Read More




Bygone Restaurant can be added to the long list of Baltimore restaurants built by F.M. Harvey Construction and owned and operated by the Atlas Group.  Loch Bar, Azumi, Tagliata, Ouzo Bay, and The Elk Room have a new sister restaurant high atop the Four Seasons Hotel in Harbor East.  Boasting a mezzanine bar area, several outdoor patios 29 stories above Harbor East and a nod to the Gatsby era, this restaurant is the first of its kind here in Baltimore.… Read More

F.M. Harvey Recognized for Creative Redesign Of Historic Canton Church



One of four new town homes in the former Canton Methodist Episcopal Church, circa 1883, brick with slate roof, Gothic Revival style, designed by noted architect Charles L. Carson. Three bedrooms, four baths over 1,909 sq. ft. Open floor plan, original reclaimed wood, stained-glass detailing, vaulted ceiling, church windows. Hardwood floors throughout. Communal roof deck, zoned heat and central air.  Each home comes with its own assigned garage. To learn more about this project click here. Read More

F.M. Harvey Selected as "Best Places to Work" Finalist



For the second consecutive year, F.M. Harvey Construction has been selected by the Baltimore Business Journal as a finalist in its annual “Best Places to Work” contest. The BBJ’s annual contest drew more than 100 nominations and those companies were surveyed by Quantum Workplace. The finalists are those companies whose employees scored them highest on a survey. Winners will be announced on September 17th at the Best Places to Work luncheon at the Hilton Baltimore. Read More

F.M. Harvey Completes Flex Theater for The Jemicy School



F.M. Harvey Construction has completed a new flex theater for The Jemicy School in Baltimore, MD. The state-of-the-art theater offers retractable, stadium-style seating to allow for both traditional productions as well as “theater in the round” shows with performers surrounded on four sides by the audience.   Read More

Julie Korrow joins F.M. Harvey



F.M. Harvey Construction, a Hunt Valley-based firm providing quality construction since 1961, today announced the hiring of Julie Korrow as Assistant Project Manager. Prior to joining the team at F.M. Harvey, Julie previously served as an Administrative Assistant for Mid-Atlantic, Air. Read More

F.M. Harvey Begins Renovation of Eddie’s of Roland Park



F.M. Harvey Construction Co., a Hunt Valley-based firm providing quality construction since 1961, has begun the full-scale remodel of the Eddie’s of Roland Park supermarket located at 6213 North Charles Street, based on a design by Saroki Architecture of Michigan. The store will remain open to the public during the renovations. Upon completion, the remodeled store will have all new surfaces and fixtures, including energy-efficient refrigerated cases and lighting, as well as outdoor seating so customers can enjoy a drink… Read More

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5 Additional Costs Involved In A Winter Commercial Construction Project



If your company or organization is planning a commercial construction project that could start during winter, here are five points to consider from Chip Dettor, Project Manager at F.M. Harvey Construction: 1) Overall, cold weather protection will increase your project costs as whole. 2) If the ground freezes during your project, delays will be very likely because of the difficulty in digging. 3) Any concrete work involved in your project will need additional, costly additives such as hot water and… Read More

Azumi Opens In Harbor East



Azumi, one of the most anticipated restaurant openings in Baltimore, is set to open to the public on 12/8/14. F.M. Harvey Construction served as general contractor of the project and worked with Atlas Restaurant Group and Patrick Sutton Design to bring the fine-dining Japanese restaurant to life adjacent to the Four Seasons Baltimore Hotel. The new restaurant has been profiled by Baltimore Magazine and The Baltimore Sun in advance of its opening. Photo Credit: Meredith Herzing Read More

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New M&T Bank Branch Opens at 400 East Pratt Street



F.M. Harvey Construction has completed a new state-of-the-art banking center for M&T Bank located at 400 East Pratt Street in downtown Baltimore. The new branch is part of the planned extension to the front of the building. The extension is part of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore’s initiative to add more retail and restaurants along the Pratt Street corridor. Read More

F.M. Harvey Construction Selected By BBJ As A "Best Places to Work" Finalist



F.M. Harvey Construction today announced its selection as a Finalist for “Best Places to Work” by the Baltimore Business Journal. The BBJ’s “Best Places to Work” awards are an annual tradition that recognizes those companies who have gone above and beyond in fostering a fun and enjoyable work environment. The finalists selected were chosen for receiving the highest scores on an employee workplace survey conducted by Quantum Workplace. Best Places’ winners and finalists will be recognized at a luncheon on 10/16/14… Read More

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Compass Pointe HQ Construction Begins



Compass Pointe Healthcare System has begun construction on its new, Baltimore-based national headquarters, located at 6300 Blair Hill Lane. The new building is being constructed by F.M. Harvey Construction Company and is expected to be complete by June of 2015. This four-story building will then become the permanent home for Compass Pointe Healthcare System, where it will provide accounting/financial and other healthcare support services to its 46 Skilled Nursing communities; 24 Independent, Assisted Living and Memory Care communities and 4… Read More

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New Wylie Funeral Home Opens in Baltimore City



F.M. Harvey Construction today celebrated the opening of a new state-of-the-art facility for Wylie Funeral Homes. The new facility, located at 701 N. Mount Street in the Harlem Park Community of Baltimore City, is the first funeral home constructed in the city in almost thirty years. The 9,999 square foot facility includes numerous viewing and arrangement rooms, a chapel that seats 186 people and multiple offices for Wylie staff. Albert P. Wylie, President of Wylie Funeral Homes, believes this project… Read More

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