||University of Baltimore John and Frances Angelos Law Center
||Baltimore City, Maryland
||Whiting Turner Contracting Company
||10-15 Million USD
- 12 stories
- 190,000 square feet of new construction
- Inner open atrium from ground level to the roof skylight
- 60 ft. tall columns
- Opening in Spring 2013
- Designed by Behnisch Architekten of Stuttgart, Germany in partnership with Baltimore's Ayers/Saint/Gross, Inc.
- LEED Silver Certification supported by Schuster's use of job site waste recycling, certified lumber, 98% combined recycled materials for rebar, and local materials with recycled content including concrete sourced within 20 miles of the project (from Schuster Concrete plants) and composed of regional materials.
- 17,000 cubic yards of concrete, most of which was exposed
- 1,100 tons of rebar
- 181 zone radiant heat and cooling system poured inside the concrete slabs and decks for a total of 281,000' of 5/8" PEX tubing equating to 53 miles!
- 60' exposed round atrium columns required collaboration with Doka Formwork using Tekla Structures for 3D modeling of formwork and scaffolding.
- 3D BIM model using Tekla Structures
- Radiant heat and cooling in the slabs
- Exposed sand blasted site walls
- Different slab edge on each floor
- Most of the concrete was poured at night to avoid delivery delays and traffic congestion
- Completed ahead of schedule
- Single largest pour in company history of more than 2,100 cubic yards for the mat slab utilizing two concrete pumps and two concrete plants over a 12-hour period of time.
- Scaffolding towers exceeding 160 ft. tall in the central atrium
- Winner of Award of Excellence with ABC Baltimore
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