Burdick Hall

Towson University • Towson, Maryland

Comprehensive HVAC upgrades to the university’s campus recreational center

Constructed in 1968 and expanded in 2003, Burdick Hall is one of the most heavily used buildings on the Towson University campus. The 235,000-square-foot building provides expansive recreational and fitness space for students and faculty, with a natatorium, gymnasiums, activity courts, locker facilities, studios, weight room, climbing gym, café, and nursing programs. In a third phase of renovations encompassing more than 27,000 square feet, Mueller was tasked with extensive upgrades to the building HVAC system, including connections to the campus chilled water system.

The project also included the renovation of the locker and shower rooms, replacement of the domestic water piping, evaluation of existing sanitary piping, and the design of new classrooms and labs for the Department of Kinesiology.


Marshall Craft

Client History

2024: College of Health Professions; Perkins + Will and JMT Architecture
2024: Glen Towers Improvements; Design Collective
2018: Residence Tower Renovation; DCI Architects
2015: Burdick Hall Generator Replacement
2014: Burdick Hall Renovation; Marshall Craft
2014: Camus Utility Study
2013: Linthicum Hall Renovation
2010: Hawkins Hall HVAC Upgrade
2009: Cook Library AHU Replacement
2008: Cook Library Archives Renovation & Expansion
2006: Center for the Arts; Wilson Butler Lodge Architects/Design Collective
2004: Chilled Water Plan and Distribution System Study and Improvements
2004: Center for the Arts, Modifications to Medium Voltage Electrical Services
2002: Enrollment Services Building HVAC Replacement
2001: Campus Utilities Upgrades
1999: Fine Arts Building Chiller Replacement
1999: Newell Dining Hall Renovations
1999: University Union Building Addition
1997: Boilers 2 and 3 Replacement
1995: Cook Library Computer Room

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