Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management

Morgan State University • Baltimore, Maryland

Preparing Students for the Global Marketplace

The new Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management houses nine undergraduate majors, four masters-level programs, and doctoral courses, with studies ranging from Accounting and Business Administration to Entrepreneurship and Information Science. The 135,000 square-foot building features a Center for Innovation, computer labs, classrooms, a real-time Capital Markets stock trading center, seminar rooms, a demonstration kitchen, ten demonstration hotel rooms, an 80-person lecture hall, and a 300-person auditorium.

The six-story building has created a much-needed physical identity for the school while promoting a sense of community and the development of collaborative, entrepreneurial relationships. Organized into classroom and faculty bars wrapped around an expansive atrium, the building facilitates informal gathering and teamwork. The design included dedicated heating and cooling plants with energy-efficient building systems that helped it achieve LEED® Gold certification.

Architects

Ayers Saint Gross with Kohn Pedersen Fox and KPN Architects, Inc.

LEED Facts

Level: Gold
Type: LEED for New Construction
Status: Registered
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LEED® Facts

Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management

Morgan State University • Baltimore, Maryland
LEED for New Construction
Registered

  • Category: 
    GOLD
    Rating: 
    64*
  • Category: 
    Sustainable Site
    Rating: 
    24 / 26
  • Category: 
    Water Efficiency
    Rating: 
    5 / 10
  • Category: 
    Energy & Atmosphere
    Rating: 
    15 / 35
  • Category: 
    Material & Resources
    Rating: 
    4 / 14
  • Category: 
    Indoor Environmental Quality
    Rating: 
    10 / 15
  • Category: 
    Innovation
    Rating: 
    4 / 6
  • Category: 
    Regional Priority
    Rating: 
    2 / 4

Client History

2020: New Student Services Building; GWWO
2015: Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management; Ayers Saint Gross with Kohn Pedersen Fox and KPN Architects, Inc.
1993: Renovation of Memorial Refectory; JMT Architecture
1992: Alteration to McMechen Hall; Richter Cornbrooks Gribble, Inc.
1992: Alteration of Carter-Grant-Wilson Building; Quinn Evans

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  • This business building is the latest jewel on Morgan’s campus…a world-class environment that is second to none.

    David Wilson
    President, Morgan State University
  • This business building is the latest jewel on Morgan’s campus…a world-class environment that is second to none.

    David Wilson
    President, Morgan State University