Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons

Salisbury University • Salisbury, Maryland

A New Campus Landmark for a Growing University

Continuing the firm’s long history with Salisbury University, Mueller Associates was part of the design-build team for the development of a new four-story academic commons, event hall, and library. The 220,000-square-foot building houses the collection of the Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture, which includes resources such as artifacts, maps, documents, and survey records that date to early explorers and the Colonial era.

This new LEED®-Gold building includes climate-controlled spaces for special collections, as well as classrooms, reading rooms, offices, a café, a 125-person board room, and an event space for 700 people. The building’s central location and iconic bell tower signals its importance as a new campus landmark.

Design-Build Team

Gilbane Building Company, Ayers Saint Gross, and Sasaki Associates

LEED Facts

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

Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons

Salisbury University • Salisbury, MD
LEED for New Construction
Registered

  • Category: 
    GOLD
    Rating: 
    63*
  • Category: 
    Sustainable Site
    Rating: 
    24 / 26
  • Category: 
    Water Efficiency
    Rating: 
    4 / 10
  • Category: 
    Energy & Atmosphere
    Rating: 
    13 / 35
  • Category: 
    Materials & Resources
    Rating: 
    3 / 14
  • Category: 
    Indoor Environmental Quality
    Rating: 
    10 / 15
  • Category: 
    Innovation & Design
    Rating: 
    6 / 6
  • Category: 
    Regional Priority Credits
    Rating: 
    3 / 4

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