MCN Build was awarded the 160,900 SF Glenridge Area Middle School. This brand-new facility will provide resources and spaces for students to thrive and excel academically. It will serve as a community hub that is open and accessible to its diverse neighborhood.
This project will alleviate current overcrowding in neighboring schools and meet the demands of projected enrollment. Construction of the budgeted $64.5M project will start in September 2021 and is projected to be completed in July 2023.
The Harford Heights/Sharp Leadenhall Elementary School consists of approximately 144,000 square feet, situated on the existing 12.7 acre Harford Heights Elementary School site. The educational facility houses two independent schools, Harford Heights Elementary School and the new Sharp-Leadenhall Elementary/Middle School. Construction included sustainable features, materials, high-efficiency systems, and infrastructure. This project is seeking LEED Silver.
The Fairmount-Harford High School (REACH! Partnership) project involved a 127,000SF renovation and a 15,000SF addition that transformed the building into a modern educational facility. As part of Baltimore’s 21st Century School Buildings Program, this project provided opportunities for local high school students created jobs and resources for families, and helped revitalize the surrounding neighborhood. This project is LEED Gold Certified.
The Mary E Rodman Elementary School project involved a renovation and addition that transformed the 1950s building into a top-tier educational facility. The scope of work included a full gut and renovation to the original structure and additions to meet programmatic needs while providing a welcoming entrance along W. Mulberry Street.
The modernization incorporated updated curriculum spaces such as open collaboration learning spaces, state-of-the-art interactive technology, and expanded stage and cafetorium spaces. MCN Build worked with SEI, MSA, and the 21st Century to incorporate over $1M in value engineering to meet the overall program budget needs. This project is seeking LEED Gold Certification.
MCN Build renovated warehouse space in Brewer’s Hill in Baltimore to house Mobtown Brewing Co., creating the company’s first brick-and-mortar storefront. The unique space features colorful murals, repurposed timber, and pays tribute to the history of Brewer’s Hill.
MCN Build renovated this former public high school to house Green Street Academy, an innovative public charter school. The updated facility nearly doubles the educational space and includes breakout rooms and 50,000 SF of learning space for science, technology, engineering, and math. When it was renovated, the school became the world’s second-largest K-12 Educational LEED Platinum Certified building.
MCN Build renovated and expanded this two-story Robert W. Coleman Elementary School in two phases, and the brand new school will be 50,000 SF. All school operations were relocated off-site, and the facility was ready in 2021 to welcome students back.
MCN Build constructed the new Arundel Elementary School as part of the Baltimore City Public Schools Construction and Revitalization Act of 2013. The new facility features a multi-media library, full-service kitchen, gymnasium, outdoor arena, collaboration space and a dedicated Early Childhood Development Center. This project is LEED Gold Certified.
The John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School project involved a renovation and addition that transformed the 1930s building into a top-tier educational facility. As a part of Baltimore’s 21st Century School Buildings program, the John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School provides opportunities for local students, create jobs and resources for families, and help revitalize the surrounding neighborhood.
MCN Build is completing an occupied renovation and expansion of the Personal Genome Diagnostics research lab facility that pursues the fight against cancer. The newly restored building will feature lab space, offices, gaming area, and a large reception lobby. Located in an old brewery on Brewer’s Hill, the renovation preserves the building’s historic charm.