Chesapeake College Higher Education BuildingWye Mills, MD
$2.4M, 27,000 sf, two-story higher education facility which houses technology-enhanced classrooms, computer classrooms, open class laboratory, teleconferencing room, administration and support spaces and a student lounge.
Clarion University Becht Hall ConversionClarion, PA
$15.5M conversion and renovation of a 107-year old dormitory building into offices, classrooms, a campus health center, and other student activity space to support Clarion University’s Student Success Center. The building is LEED Certified Silver.
College of William & Mary West Utility PlantWillamsburg, VA
This new, 12,000 sf utility plant is a single story structure fashioned with expansive glass and colonial brick veneer. The plant will house chillers, boilers, pumps, expansion tanks and electrical room and control room.
Community College of Baltimore County Health Careers Technology BuildingEssex, MD
This 70,000 sf addition and 55,000 sf renovation to the Health Careers Technology Building on the Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex campus will add instructional space, allowing for enrollment and curriculum expansion.
Edinboro University University Center Renovation and AdditionEdinboro, PA
$11M, 38,000 sf addition to the University’s Student Union building, including a theater, gymnasium, multi-purpose room and fitness center.
Franklin & Marshall University College House Commons AdditionsLancaster, PA
Single story living commons additions to four existing two-story student housing facilities.
Pennsylvania State University Beaver Stadium ExpansionUniversity Park, PA
Structural engineering review and inspection of the construction for temporary stadium occupancy during the 2000 football season. A $93M expansion and renovation project for Beaver Stadium included including the addition of a second deck of seats in the South end zone, and an East side pavilion with 60 enclosed sky box suites. The project also featured the addition of club level seating and Mount Nittany Lounge. General seating and club-level seating was increased by approximately 12,000 seats.
Pennsylvania State University Blue Band BuildingUniversity Park, PA
$4M, 23,000 sf, single story practice facility for the Penn State Blue Band. The facility features a high ceiling and consists of office space, indoor practice areas, activity areas, storage and support areas. The Hazmat Response Team facility includes a 1,500 sf high bay truck/equipment storage area and a 1,500 sf training/classroom wing.
Pennsylvania State University East Halls Design-Build, Phases 1A, 1B & 1CUniversity Park, PA
Design and construction of a several new and renovation of five existing (Tener, Brumbaugh, Stuart, Pinchot, and Stone) multi-story, facilities, totaling $151M and 1,993 beds.
Pennsylvania State University Student Enrichment CenterHarrisburg, PA
58,600 gsf project which will house offices which provide key services for undergraduate and graduate students. The three-story structure will be built on the present site of the campus bookstore, which it would replace and will house student lounges; food service; 400 seat theater/lecture hall; offices for student advising, counseling and disability services; honors education; and international study programs. Program also includes a new food service area and convenience store.
Salisbury University Athletic ComplexSalisbury, MD
Renovation of 15 acres of athletic fields operated by the Salisbury University Athletics Department and Campus Recreation Department. The project will be divided into 6 phases that includes the creation of an Athletic Fields Conceptual Master Plan, renovation of the existing softball field, relocation of two intramural fields, relocation of a soccer field and hammer throw cage, relocation of the baseball field, and the demolition of the existing baseball field. Renovations involve both artificial and natural turf, irrigation systems, entry gateways, Press Box, fencing, batting cages, dugouts, bull pens, concessions, restrooms, pedestrian pathways, ticket sales, and other associated facilities.
Salisbury University Sea Gull StadiumSalisbury, MD
$19M, 35,000 sf new stadium for Division III athletics at Salisbury University. The facility includes locker rooms, concessions, press box, VIP seating, athletics training clinic and bleacher seating for nearly 5,000 spectators.
Salisbury University Teachers Education and Technology CenterSalisbury, MD
New construction of a $54.7M, 165,000 sf academic building to support the University’s academic programs related to the School of Education, Instructional Technology, Education and Social Work Department and Media. This facility houses general classrooms, learning resources center, meeting suites, teaching and clinical labs, Dean’s Suite, audio labs, video studios, photographic lab, offices, production studios, computer labs and support spaces.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland Glendening HallSt. Mary's City, MD
$18M, 26,000 sf, two-story student services building which houses Residential Life, Career Services, Academic Student Services, administrative offices for the Registrar, Financial Aid and Cashier/Bursar. This facility was awarded a LEED Silver Certification.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland Goodpaster HallSt. Mary's City, MD
$27.5M, 53,000 sf facility which includes classrooms, office and laboratory space for the departments of Chemistry, Psychology and Education studies. Building was awarded LEED Silver Certification.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland Somerset Hall Expansion and RenovationSt. Mary's City, MD
$10M, 57,000 sf athletic facility expansion which houses practice and performance arena, 50 meter indoor pool, racquetball court, locker rooms, offices, classrooms and fitness center.
Towson University Burdick Hall ExpansionTowson, MD
$40M, 94,500 sf expansion to Burdick Hall includes two multi-purpose athletic courts, 22,000 sf of new fitness space, an indoor inclined running track, a functional training area, an American Ninja-style obstacle course, group exercise rooms, a spin studio and a new office wing.
Towson University Burdick Hall Renovation Phase IIITowson, MD
$15M renovation to the facility’s utilities and infrastructure to make the 118,613 sf facility more efficient and prepare for future additions.
Towson University Parking Garage ExpansionTowson, MD
Design of a $10.6M, 175,000 sf, five-story, 500-car parking garage expansion featuring a 60′ vehicular bridge connecting the library to the adjacent roadway. This new garage was constructed immediately adjacent to the existing parking garage on Towsontown Boulevard.
University of Maryland Baltimore County Community CenterCatonsville, MD
A new 10,000 square foot community center facility to serve the apartment communities located at the northeastern section of campus. The single story building constructed using slab on grade, spread footings and bearing wall construction.
University of Maryland Dorchester Hall RenovationCollege Park, MD
Renovation of a four-story, 35,500 sf, concrete framed residence hall constructed in 1959. Improvements include installation of a new elevator, updated and reconfigured bathrooms, HVAC replacement, infill constructions where necessary and ADA improvements.
University of Maryland Iribe Center for Computer Sciences and InnovationCollege Park, MD
$138M, 215,600 sf building for the University’s Department of Computer Science and the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. The facility will include offices, conference rooms, research labs, collaborative classrooms, study space and a multi-purpose community room.
University of Maryland Tawes Theater RenovationCollege Park, MD
$15.9M renovation project where both the auditorium and high volume stage area of the Theater were converted for new use as academic space for the Department of American Studies and the addition of eight new classrooms. Six of these spaces are General Purpose Classrooms which include two 100+-seat tiered collaborative lecture halls; one 78-seat collaborative classroom; three collaborative General Purpose Classrooms at 30-35 seats; seminar and media classroom space dedicated to American Studies.
University of Maryland University College Marriott Hotel AdditionAdelphi, MD
$16M, 100,000 sf, five-story hotel building containing 126 rooms, approximately 230 beds, ballroom, meeting rooms, breakout and pre-function spaces, storage areas and administrative offices. New hotel features both a service tunnel and enclosed walkway connecting to the existing Inn and Conference Center.
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown Health Sciences AdditionJohnstown, PA
Design and construction of a new, $7.9M, two-story 24,000 gsf addition to the existing Engineering & Sciences Building to provide expanded facilities for the emerging Health Sciences Program. The new facility creates the space needed for a nursing simulation lab, biology and chemistry laboratories, technology equipped classrooms for nursing and allied health, faculty offices and associated support spaces.
University of Pittsburgh Clapp Hall RenovationPittsburgh, PA
Home to the Department of Biological Sciences, this $34M project includes a full interior finishes renovation; and replacement of all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and telecommunications systems. All laboratories, classrooms, offices and support spaces were reconfigured and upgraded, and a new fire suppression system installed for this LEED Silver Certified facility.
University of Pittsburgh Salk Hall AdditionPittsburgh, PA
$40M, 80,000 sf addition project, which included a new research tower connected to Salk Hall creating research laboratories and ancillary space for the Schools of Dental Medicine and Pharmacy and the Graduate School of Public Health.
University of Virginia Gilmer and Chemistry RenovationCharlottesville, VA
$120M in major renovations are being provided to the 232,000 sf Gilmer Hall and 273,000 sf Chemistry Building, both completed in 1968. These two research facilities house teaching laboratory functions for the A&S Biology, Psychology and Chemistry Departments along with instruction for STEM and other disciplines. The project scope includes infrastructure upgrades, space renewals to meet the needs of STEM program growth, and necessary improvements to position the buildings as important teaching and research resources for the University. LEED Silver Certification is anticipated.