Transforming University of Maryland’s H. J. Patterson Hall
Cameron Building Envelope Specialists (BES) has partnered with the University of Maryland, College Park to transform H.J. Patterson Hall into a central spot for the university’s international communities.
About the Project
In an effort to advance the university’s international departments and communities, an $18.2 million development project (expected to be complete in October 2016) was initiated to renovate and reconfigure the east wing of H. J. Patterson Hall, located on University of Maryland’s northern side of campus.
Patterson Hall stands as one of the oldest buildings at University of Maryland’s, having not seen changes or renovations since being built in 1931 (according to university reports). This development plan includes a new computer lab, updated HVAC utilities, renovations to four floors of the building, and the addition of faculty offices, classrooms, and student space.
Our work with University of Maryland, College Park involved not only expert application of spray foam insulation but also a delicate understanding of the institution’s mission.
University of Maryland, College Park aims to successfully teach and serve the 37,000 students that walk its campus each year. Cameron BES understands that in order for the university to achieve its mission, its facilities must yield an environment through which each student is encouraged, comfortable, and catered to. It is a dedication to the needs of our clientele that fuels each Cameron BES project.
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