The Lutheran Village at MILLER’S GRANT

Ellicott City, MD


Carroll Lutheran Village


RLPS Architects





Project Scope
  • 234 units
  • 434,503 gsf
  • 50.00 acres
  • Wood Frame
  • Vinyl Siding
  • Stone Veneer
  • Water Source Heat Pump

The Lutheran Village at MILLER’S GRANT

Located on a sprawling 50-acre campus in Ellicott City, Maryland, The Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant is a faith-based not-for-profit continuing care retirement community. Harkins’ contract included infrastructure development of the site and construction of 205 independent living apartments and two guest suites in four buildings, a 27-unit high care building with assisted living and skilled nursing, and a 30,000 gsf community center with dining venues, a fitness center, and other amenities. All six buildings are connected, with the community center at the hub. 24 detached homes and six duplexes on the outside of the loop road were built by Williamsburg Homes.

Harkins’ extensive CCRC experience was especially valuable in coordinating details and trades where different building code classifications meet. Residential Building C is a five-story building with a three-hour separation between the terrace level (concrete plank, structural steel, concrete and masonry bearing walls) and the four stories of wood frame construction above. High Care is a non-combustible structure of metal stud, concrete plank, and structural steel, with fire retardant treated wood in the roof structure.

Harkins will build a pool house (summer 2016), and plans for Phase II additions include a chapel, additional residential units, and doubling the size of the High Care building.

Please enjoy this time-lapse video of construction progress at The Lutheran Village at MILLER’S GRANT.

Project Testimonials

"The professionalism, dedication, and commitment to work as a team in constructing the Lutheran Village at MILLER'S GRANT were not only promised when Harkins Builders were interviewed, they were delivered during both the preconstruction and construction phases of our project."

Roy Chiavacci
Executive Vice President
Carroll Lutheran Village
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