Row Home Renovation/Addition | Historic Residential Design | Baltimore, MD
Currently in a design phase: This snapshot shows my practice's aspiration to shift toward more modern design but in a historical setting. Baltimore is city of row-homes, mostly constructed of bricks/mortar. This new and exciting project provides and opportunity to articulate a vision to advance building material options while respecting its neighbors.
JERRYN J. MCCRAY, ARCHITECT
AIA | NCARB
Jerryn McCray holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University. Mr. McCray practices independently under the firm name Jerryn J. McCray, Architect. He has practiced extensively in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and in the U.S. Virgin Islands, earning an initial architectural license and membership to the American Institute of Architecture in August of 2007. In the Virgin Islands his firm has shifted to primarily assisting The Territory with replacing critical facilities and residences damaged by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. From his office in Baltimore, Maryland Mr. McCray provides clients and general contractors with a professional yet down-to-earth approach to design. READ MORE >>
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Jerryn J. McCray, Architect has proudly designed and coordinated four interior bank renovations for PNC Bank. The first at Morgan State University (2011), Then University of Maryland Baltimore County (2012), also the branch at 6227 N. Charles Street in Baltimore County, MD (2013) and lastly the Havre de Grace, MD branch at Woodbrook (2014)