Gaudreau, Inc. – Baltimore, MD and Gaithersburg, MD
Project Name: Maryland Forensic Medical Center – Univerisity of Maryland, Baltimore, Biopark
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Description: Gaudreau, Inc. is in a Joint Venture with McClaren, Wilson & Lawrie, forensic lab planners and designer for this 120,000 sf, $42.5 million, six-story building encompassing 94,000 sf with a 26,000 sf in future expansion. Program spaces for this facility include: BSL-3 labs; receiving, loading dock; offices; forensic pathology; media/briefing rooms and meeting spaces; medical examiners offices and admin space; billing/records; purchasing and training spaces.
Learning Resource Center of Baltimore County – LEED
Location: Catonsville, Maryland
Description: The Gaudreau team provided architectural, engineering, and construction phase services for the design and construction administration for a new, $16 million, 76,150 gsf general academic library on the Catonsville Campus for the Community College of Baltimore County.
This facility will be configured and designed to accommodate library collections and study spaces, library instruction, classrooms, computer laboratories, meeting spaces, administration offices, and auxiliary functions including shipping, receiving and circulation. The facility also has a general access academic component, comprising classrooms with full multi-media instruction capability, a student Success Center offering tutorial and study programs, and a cyber cafe.
This building is a new facility which will be incorporated in an existing campus. Design team services include coordinating utilities, electrical service and mechanical utilities from a central utility plant on the campus. The design will also interface with the College’s existing campus wide fire alarm, data, voice, and video communications systems.
Project Name: Delaware School for the Deaf
Location: Newark, Delaware
Description: Gaudreau has provided design and construction phase services for this $40+ million 129,500 sf educational, counseling and residential (21,200 sf) facility for pre-school through high school hard of hearing and deaf children. The scope of work includes a programming, the development of an educational specification, conceptual estimating, site master planning, comprehensive A/E services for the school and housing components, interior design, construction administration and building commissioning. The 129,500 single-story school is organized into two classroom wings that separate the younger children from the middle and upper school-age students by a central courtyard. An auditorium, cafeteria and gymnasium are configured off of a central spine that connects the entrance lobby to the east edge of the courtyard. The development of specialized audio/visual communication systems are an important set of building technology components. All instructional spaces are designed within NCR 20 standard to maintain very low noise threshold within each space. The school incorporates a 3,000 sf cafeteria, a 1,450 sf food servery and a 2,670 sf kitchen. (in association with Mackey Mitchell)