Pharmacy Hall Addition

University of Maryland • Baltimore, Maryland

A Seven-Story Academic and Laboratory Building

The University of Maryland’s Pharmacy Hall addition adds a new 126,000-square-foot building to the existing 30-year-old structure. Four floors are dedicated to state-of-the-art research laboratories, including a dispensing laboratory is equipped with robotics. The addition also features two 200-seat lecture halls, two smaller lecture halls, and classrooms and seminar rooms all equipped for distance learning. A new patient interaction suite accommodates 48 students for practice in patient counseling.

The LEED®-Gold building features interactive displays that showcase the building’s highly efficient systems for students and visitors.

Architects

RCG Architects with Ellenzweig

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University of Maryland Pharmacy Hall Addition

Baltimore, Maryland
LEED for New Construction
Registered

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  • Our new home is already proving to be an oasis on our campus because of our light filled atrium, large gathering spaces, and calming atmosphere. I’m proud that our design, construction, and management teams were able to produce a space that is not only beautiful but that also reduces its footprint through its numerous environmentally friendly features.

    Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, FAAPS
    Dean, School of Pharmacy
  • Our new home is already proving to be an oasis on our campus because of our light filled atrium, large gathering spaces, and calming atmosphere. I’m proud that our design, construction, and management teams were able to produce a space that is not only beautiful but that also reduces its footprint through its numerous environmentally friendly features.

    Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, FAAPS
    Dean, School of Pharmacy