University of Maryland Baltimore Pharmacy Hall Addition

University of Maryland Baltimore Pharmacy Hall Addition

“The team guided the Steering Committee to an elegant solution through attentive listening, engaging dialogue, and consensus building with an admittedly demanding client.”

- Jeff Crabtree, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Architect-Project Manager Facilities Management—Architecture, Engineering, & Construction Division University of Maryland

University of Maryland Baltimore Pharmacy Hall Addition

127,000 gsf new; 10,000 gsf renovated - $58 million - 2010 - LEED Gold Certified

Ellenzweig provided programming, lab/instructional facilities planning and design, and architectural design services for a seven-story addition and limited renovations to Pharmacy Hall. The addition is connected to the existing building via an atrium at the first three floors, and by bridges at the upper four floors.

 

The new facility provides teaching labs, biomedical research labs, lab support space, lecture halls, problem-based learning classrooms, seminar rooms, and faculty and administrative offices. Renovations to the existing Pharmacy Hall building provide new lounge and breakout space, classrooms, study rooms, and teaching labs.

 

The addition is clad in red brick with limestone accents to complement the existing building, with metal panels for the mechanical penthouse and glass curtainwall at the atrium.

 

The project acheived LEED Gold certification.

 

Ellenzweig served as Design Architect and Lab/Instructional Facilities Planner and Designer in association with Richter Cornbrooks Gribble, Architect of Record.

University of Maryland Baltimore Pharmacy Hall Addition