Cove Electric Inc.


Some our recent projects include the following:

Evans Funeral Home

Shade Construction recently contracted Cove Electric to perform an interior cosmetic renovation and new additions to three sides of the existing building including a crematory and provisions for a future crematory. The existing structure also received upgrades to the exterior

Maryland General Hospital Central Care Expansion

The Maryland General Hospital Central Care Expansion project was a multi-phase addition and renovation project, which enhanced the hospital’s critical care capabilities. Phase One involved the construction of a new 6-story tower and a 4-floor addition above an existing occupied wing. This included approximately 75,000-sf of newly fit-out spaces, including operating rooms, intensive care units, pre-op and post-anesthesia care units, pharmacy, and miscellaneous staff and support spaces.

During construction, numerous sub-phases were in progress in the existing facility to support construction of the new expansion. These sub-phases included an upgrade to the central penthouse, reinforcement of the existing structure, and relocation/renovation of existing patient spaces, all of which required close coordination with the hospital occupants. The penthouse received new cooling towers and a chiller plant to supply the existing central wing and the new expansion. The building structure was reinforced to meet updated building codes including foundation enhancements, steel column reinforcement, and installation of new cross-bracing. Finally, over 5,000-sf of existing functioning spaces including Traumatic Brain Injury patient rooms, OB/GYN Labor and Delivery Rooms, Post Partum Rooms, and staff/support spaces were renovated and/or relocated in order to support the layout of the new expansion.

Mt. Washington Pediatric Inpatient Renovation

This renovation project will transform the “face” of the hospital with an enhanced main entrance and lobby area, and will also bring an innovative and new approach to the hospital’s largest patient unit, the Center for Neonatal Transitional Care (CNTC). The unit will expand from 44 to 50 beds and will significantly enhance the quality of patient care by means of new technology and treatment protocols. As the only pediatric transitional care hospital in the mid-Atlantic region serving infants, MWPH’s expansion of its infant transitional care space will enable the hospital to redefine and modernize a critically important patient care unit. The new space will accommodate more children; reflect current patient care and family education standards; be adaptable to a wider range of patient diagnoses; meet the individual medical needs of each child; and be adaptable to future developments in patient care and technology.

Northwest Hospital Lobby Upgrades

Northwest Hospital's lobby upgrade included a new canopy constructed of stainless steel, custom glass panels, and architectural precast concrete as well as a new asphalt turnaround, concrete paving, signage, site lighting, landscaping, and irrigation. Building addition included an airlock vestibule, reception area, administrative offices, and wheelchair storage.