Henson Science Hall

Salisbury University • Salisbury, Maryland

A 145,000-SF Academic, Research, and Laboratory Building

Henson Science Hall features 20 research laboratories, teaching labs, classrooms, lecture halls, offices, two auditoriums, and a small vivarium. Engineering features include VAV laboratory air systems, with variable volume hoods and laboratory pressurization controls. Designed as a pair of three-story wings, the building required five supply and two exhaust air handling systems, as well as heat recovery between lab supply and exhaust air streams, a central heating and cooling plant, emergency power, and a central ultrapure reverse osmosis water system.

Architect

Cho Benn Holback + Associates with Mitchell/Giurgola Architects

Client History

2016: Academic Commons; Ayers Saint Gross
2014: Master Plan; Ayers Saint Gross
2013: Holloway Hall Renovation; Design Collective
2011: Perdue School of Business; RCG Architects with Perkins+Will
2011: Nanticoke Hall Renovation; Marshall Craft Associates
2008: Teacher Education and Technology Complex; Ayers Saint Gross
2008: Electrical Distribution System
2002: Henson Hall; Cho Benn Holback + Associates with Mitchell/Giurgola Architects

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  • Mueller’s documents were clear, concise, and complete. The quality of their documents enabled us to complete the work with a minimal number of questions.

    Steven Groth
    Senior Project Manager, Bovis Lend Lease
  • Mueller’s documents were clear, concise, and complete. The quality of their documents enabled us to complete the work with a minimal number of questions.

    Steven Groth
    Senior Project Manager, Bovis Lend Lease