At 33 years old, President of Owings Mills-based Lewis Contractors, Tyler Tate, P.E., LEED AP, has quickly become an influential member of Baltimore’s vibrant construction industry.
Since stepping into a leadership role at Maryland’s most awarded contracting company, Tate has not only dedicated himself to building upon Lewis’ half-century-long tradition of excellence but also expanding the company’s services to better serve Greater Baltimore and position Lewis for continued success.
Since joining Lewis, Tate’s leadership has proven vital in many notable accomplishments that include increasing the company’s total revenue and market position in an extremely challenging marketplace. Lewis’ diverse portfolio of projects include The Johns Hopkins University’s Brody Learning Commons, the restoration of Baltimore’s Washington Monument, the adaptive reuse project for Everyman Theatre, and the Baltimore Basilica earthquake repairs.
A summa cum laude graduate of Lehigh University, Tate graduated first in his class and holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering. Having grown up in the family business of construction, Tate joined Lewis contractors in 2007 as Project Manager and quickly moved through the ranks into the roles of Vice President in 2011, and in 2013, President – the company’s second full-time President since its origination.