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Klock Named Director of Capital Projects

(March 21, 2013) — Luke Klock was recently named director of capital projects at Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC).

Previously, Klock was a project manager with Gilbane Building Company and worked closely with AAMC in the project management and oversight of the facility’s expansion, the new AAMC/Johns Hopkins medical building in Odenton, the Hackerman-Patz House, and the new Earl Simulation to Advance Innovation and Learning (SAIL) Center. Prior to joining the construction industry, the Pennsylvania native was a member of the United States Air Force responsible for maintaining F-15 fighter jets and spent a large portion of his time in the Middle East.

Klock has a Bachelor of Science degree in architectural engineering from Pennsylvania State University. He is a LEED accredited professional and an AHA certified healthcare constructor. Klock brings with him a wealth of industry knowledge and will be responsible for management of small to large construction projects at AAMC. He currently resides in Frederick, Maryland.

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