Anne Arundel Hall Replacement
St. Mary's College, St. Mary's City, Maryland
The LEED Gold Anne Arundel Hall encompasses 49,200 GSF in three inter-connected buildings joined by a courtyard equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms, research labs, offices, meeting rooms, and study areas. The main central building houses anthropology, museum studies, and international languages and cultures; the Center for the Study of Democracy is in the North Building; and a historic St. Mary’s City Museum is in the South Building. A 19.2 kW photovoltaic roof array supplies 3.6 percent of the building’s total energy costs. Approximately 86 percent of all construction and demolition waste was recycled or salvaged. This exciting project was a partnership between the College, State of Maryland and St. Mary’s City. Located in St. Mary’s City’s National Landmark District on the site of the fourth permanent settlement in British North America founded in 1634, the project site was extremely complex due to archaeological remains which were prevalent in the area.
Services: MEP/FP Design and CA
Size: 49,200 GSF
Cost: $35.5 Million