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838 Governor Ritchie Highway, Suite 4, Severna Park, Maryland 21146
410-544-4495 | 202-331-3311 410-544-4495 | 202-331-3311

Sullivan Cove is a diversified project management firm dedicated to providing exemplary services to our governmental clients.

Sullivan Cove is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, verified by the Center for Verification and Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Previously certified as a Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Sullivan Cove has been a self-certified SDB since the SBA discontinued its certification program. We are a graduate of the Maryland Department of Transportation Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) program and of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program. We are certified as an MBE/DBE in the states of Delaware, New Jersey and New York.

We offer multi-disciplinary professional and managerial services from our two Maryland offices in Severna Park, near Annapolis, and in Lexington Park alongside the Navy’s Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Our District of Columbia office at 1155 F Street NW is only a block from Metro Center and in close proximity to our most significant clients.

Sullivan Cove performs multi-year prime contractor services in law enforcement, legal support and Real Estate and Other Governmental Services. We have two General Services Administration Multiple Awards Schedule (MAS) contracts:  GSA Schedule 00CORP 520 6 and GSA Schedule 84, Security, Fire and Law Enforcement. Our prime contractor contracts have been awarded by nineteen different federal departments and agencies, as shown on our “Our Practice” section of this webpage.

 “SCC demonstrates the epitome of effective small/small disadvantaged business subcontracting program. A role model for disadvantaged businesses. The services provided by SCC adequately met all the needs of the contract. SCC worked in harmony with the COTR establishing a relationship with spirited teaming relations resulting in very little COTR direction.”


(None of the quoted testimonials is taken from CPARS or from PPIRS.)