This project consists of a 23,000 square foot modernization of one of the existing buildings and a 77,000 square foot, three-floor addition.
Architect: HDR Inc.
the Brendan Iribe Center will be a hub for technology at the heart of a new innovation district, among high-tech companies, government agencies and institutional colleagues.
Bringing together the university’s top-ranked Department of Computer Science and its renowned Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS), the building’s six floors of specialized labs will support groundbreaking research in virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, robotics, computer vision, algorithms, programming languages and systems.
The building is 215,600 gross square feet with a 5,300-square-foot makerspace, 785 seats of instructional space, with 13 computer labs, 8 classrooms, 5 seminar rooms & 20,000 square foot of community space.
Architect: R. McGhee and Associates
The modernization of Murch Elementary School includes the renovation of the
existing school building plus a substantial addition to accommodate 720
students, which will meet 21st century design standards. Work included painting
of exterior elements, parking lot striping, and repainting of the Cupola.
Architect: Cox Graae + Spack Architects
Work included painting of interior drywall and high performance coatings on exterior steel columns and lintels.
Work included painting of interior drywall.
Architect: Shinberg Levinas
DC Prep’s Anacostia Elementary – The Ruth & Norman Rales Campus will open in time for the upcoming 2017-18 school year in a newly-renovated building at 1409 V Street, SE – formerly Our Lady of Perpetual Help, a 100-year-old historic landmark in the community, will house over 400 Preppies who will attend preschool-3rd grade. Work included painting of interior drywall and steel and exterior facade.
Work included painting the existing CMU and gym ceiling steel assembly with a high performance coating.
Modernization of the 60,000 square foot historic 1929 existing wing as well as painting of the new wing of classrooms. The project utilized a 7 day per week work schedule to accommodate the fast track Summer Blitz project delivery. Work included painting, signage, and restoration of existing surfaces.