Ayers Saint Gross 100th anniversary

Michael Haller, Concord Eastridge senior vice president (middle), and Andrew Klamon, Concord Eastridge vice president of development (right), congratulate Jim Wheeler, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP0017608" title="Ayers Saint Gross" href="/topic/arts-culture/architecture/ayers-saint-gross-ORCRP0017608.topic">Ayers Saint Gross</a> president (left), on his firm's 100th anniversary and its coinciding with the Star-Spangled Sailabration event. The party took place at the firm's <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603012000" title="Locust Point" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/baltimore/locust-point-PLGEO100100603012000.topic">Locust Point</a> headquarters, where the Japanese Coast Guard ship had docked. "It's been a fantastic weekend. You couldn't ask for a better turnout. A final toast to four perfect days in Baltimore," says Wheeler.

( Photo by Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun / June 26, 2012 )

Michael Haller, Concord Eastridge senior vice president (middle), and Andrew Klamon, Concord Eastridge vice president of development (right), congratulate Jim Wheeler, Ayers Saint Gross president (left), on his firm's 100th anniversary and its coinciding with the Star-Spangled Sailabration event. The party took place at the firm's Locust Point headquarters, where the Japanese Coast Guard ship had docked. "It's been a fantastic weekend. You couldn't ask for a better turnout. A final toast to four perfect days in Baltimore," says Wheeler.

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