Three billion dollars.
That is the construction value of projects that John Gordon Lowe, founder and principal of Lowe Partners, has helped to land in his more than 25 years as a business-development executive and consultant in the Baltimore-Washington area.
Lowe Partners provides engineering firms and consultants the information, connections and advice they need to succeed. Information on emerging projects not yet made public. Connections with potential project partners at the most senior levels. Advice on branding, infusing a business-development mentality throughout the organization, transitioning through ownership changes and navigating scandals and crisis situations.
In sum, Lowe Partners is dedicated to building businesses and facilitating significant relationships in highly competitive and technically challenging world-class design.
John G. Lowe helped secure multiple environmental consulting engineering contracts for the $200 million National World War II Memorial on the National Mall. As regional director of business development for Froehling & Robertson, Lowe used his contacts to put his firm at the table in the late 1990s and early 2000s with the project’s design engineering firm, construction management company and construction company. Later, Lowe helped his firm win a contract with the U.S. Park Service for ongoing environmental testing.
Two of the leading African American architects in the country, J. Max Bond Jr., FAIA, and Philip Freelon, FAIA, set out to win the design award for the $400 million Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture, to be constructed on the National Mall. They turned to John G. Lowe. Lowe helped them assemble a winning team of museum planners, civil and structural engineers, and lighting, exhibit, food-service and ADA consultants. The winning design team of Freelon, Bond, Adjaye, SmithGroup is finalizing its design for the museum.
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