MCN Build modernized and expanded Maury Elementary School to accommodate the school’s projected growth. The project included the renovation of the historic 1886 building and the construction of a three-story addition. The newly updated school benefits over 450 elementary school students with a new kitchen/serving area and additional educational spaces. The HVAC system was also upgraded to support the new addition. This project is seeking LEED Gold Certification.
MCN Build renovated and expanded the Murch Elementary School to create a state-of-the-art learning facility that accommodates more than 700 students. The modernized school features updated classrooms, a cafeteria, a gym, and media space to enhance the current academic programming. The Murch Elementary School project is seeking LEED Gold certification.
MCN Build transformed and expanded the historic MacFarland building into an avant-garde middle school. Modifications included new entrances, creating open access to the library and updated skylights that draw natural light into the facility. The boiler room was converted into a modern library and media center that features a central atrium. Initially constructed in 1923, the state-of-the-art facility now features several cutting-edge sustainability elements including photovoltaic panels and a green roofing system.
Houston Elementary School received a full modernization including hazardous materials abatement, interior gutting and demolition, and a complete interior renovation. The renovation creates programmed outdoor spaces, visual arts labs, science and technology labs, and classrooms. Houston ES was completed in time for the 2020 school year to accommodate the anticipated enrollment, and during the modernization, students will swing on-site in trailers. The project will align with the District-wide educational specifications and will achieve LEED Gold Certification.
The renovation and expansion of Hyde-Addison Elementary School connected the campus’s two main buildings with a multi-purpose space, providing additional educational spaces and classrooms to meet academic needs. The roof of the addition was delivered with playgrounds, landscape, and hardscape to prioritize the playground availability. Hyde-Addison is seeking LEED Gold Certification.
MCN Build is constructing the KIPP Ferebee-Hope redevelopment project. This brand new state-of-the-art high school will prepare 800 students for success in college, careers, and life. The project will also create a new, cutting-edge community and recreation center, which will house an indoor pool, boxing gym, multipurpose space, and gymnasium. This project is seeking LEED Gold Certification.
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.
MCN Build renovated and expanded Kimball Elementary School, a red brick two-story facility built in 1942. The project features new classrooms, collaboration areas, a library, a kitchen, a gymnasium, and administrative offices. This project is seeking LEED Gold Certification.
MCN Build renovated this former public high school to house Green Street Academy, an innovative public charter school. The renovated facility nearly doubles the educational space and includes breakout rooms and 50,000 SF of learning space for science, technology, engineering and math. The school is the second largest K-12 Educational LEED Platinum Certified building in the world.
MCN Build constructed a 35,000 SF addition to the College Achieve Central Charter School campus while school was in session to support the charter school’s growing enrollment and enhance the educational programs. The existing school building was also reprogrammed and modernized during a summer blitz phase.