Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center

University of Maryland • College Park, Maryland

A 95,800-SF Academic and Lab Building

The development of the University of Maryland’s new Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center encompasses the renovation of 27,400 square feet of Holzapfel Hall along with construction of a 63,400-square-foot addition. The project has been designed to LEED®-Silver standards, and features a 5,000-square-foot central utility plant on site. The first new building on the campus dedicated solely to classroom/laboratory space in 50 years, the center will be equipped with state-of-the-art instructional technology managed from a central technology service unit. Mueller Associates is providing complete MEP engineering for the project.

Construction Time-Lapse

Architect

Ayers Saint Gross

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  • This signature building is destined to be one of the most popular and heavily used on campus and it is a dramatic step forward educationally.

    Wallace D. Loh
    President, University of Maryland
  • This signature building is destined to be one of the most popular and heavily used on campus and it is a dramatic step forward educationally.

    Wallace D. Loh
    President, University of Maryland