Originally known as Aberdeen Corporate Park (ACP), this 35-acre site was approved by the City of Aberdeen to include three Class ‘A’ office buildings totaling 254,000 SF and two restaurant pads at 9,100 SF and 7,000 SF.  MRA provided the land planning, site engineering, landscape architecture, and surveying services for owner/developer Merritt Properties. In 2012, the first office building at the park was constructed but never occupied.

Upper Chesapeake Health (UCH) desired to build a new medical campus to replace the outdated Harford Memorial Hospital in Havre de Grace and ultimately decided to purchase and redevelop the ACP property. MRA had been providing site engineering services to UCH for many years and was tasked to redesign the site to meet the needs of their new campus. MRA provided the land planning, site engineering, and surveying for UCH’s new 142,000-SF campus comprised of a state-of-the-art free standing medical facility with emergency department, a behavioral health pavilion, and a health and wellness center.  The existing shell building was seamlessly integrated into the complex as a medical office building.