Institutional

A+F Institutional Projects


American University, Washington College of Law, Washington DC

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American University, Washington College of Law, Washington DC

The new Washington College of Law on the Tenley Campus will include 245,000 GSF of new construction combined with a 65,000 GSF renovation of the historic Capital Hall and its chapel in addition to a two level, below grade, 176,510 GSF parking structure accommodating approximately 400 parking spaces. The new construction will be cast in place concrete with shear walls and steel frame for the penthouse.

Architect: SmithGroupJJR-DC


Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Brock Environmental Center, Virginia Beach, VA

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Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Brock Environmental Center, Virginia Beach, VA

A modern yet classic building built upon a slight curve giving the illusion that it is floating on water. The shape of the multi-purpose room resembles a “wave” because of its high curved ceiling and glass wall. The frame includes a concrete moment frame base built above the flood plane which supports steel moment frames above.

Architect: SmithGroupJJR-DC


George Washington University Engineering Hall

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George Washington University Science and Engineering Hall, Washington, DC

State of the art facility with academic and office spaces, laboratories, a strong wall, atriums, monumental stairs, and green roofs with planters and trees. The structural system is reinforced concrete flat slab with drop panels, shear walls, slopping columns, and transfer girders. A+F is designing the above ground structure. The building is about 700,000 GSF.

Architect: Ballinger, Philadelphia PA

2014 Grand Award – ACI National Capital Chapter


Preclinical Science Building Renovations and Adaptive Reuse, Georgetown University
Preclinical Science Building monumental stair, Georgetown University

Preclinical Science Building Renovations and Adaptive Reuse, Georgetown University

Preclinical Science Building Renovations: Historic building
Addition of a new monumental stair to connect the Lower level to the Ground level of the Medical and Dental Building and major renovations of the two main amphitheaters and the surrounding corridors.
Project completed 2013.

Architect: SmithGroupJJR-DC


St. Mary’s Honors College, Maryland Heritage Interpretive Center and Replacement of Anne Arundel Hall , St. Mary’s City, MD

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St. Mary’s Honors College, Maryland Heritage Interpretive Center and Replacement of Anne Arundel Hall , St. Mary’s City, MD

This academic complex, about 51,500 GSF, will be comprised of three new buildings that will replace the aging Anne Arundel Hall, as well as the new Maryland Heritage Interpretive Center (MHIC). The complex belongs to the “historic triangle” shared by the Honors College and the Historic St. Mary’s City, the first capital of Maryland. The structures are 2-story steel, masonry, and wood buildings with concrete basements on pile foundations. The LEED design goal is GOLD.

Architect: SmithGroupJJR-DC


Montgomery College,  Renovations and Addition of Science West Building, Rockville MD

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Montgomery College Science West Renovations and Addition

The Montgomery College Science West Science Building is an existing four story steel framed building built. The design for the renovation and addition to the existing SW building includes the addition of a new third story, a complete envelope replacement and reconstruction of the pedestrian bridge that connects to the existing SE building, a new tiered lecture room, a new elevator, and the addition of photo-voltaic panels. The project also includes complete upgrades of the seismic and wind resisting system as well as a complete re-cladding of the building.

Architect: Stantec, DC


Montgomery College, Renovations of Science East Building, Rockville MD

Montgomery College Science East Renovations and Addition

The Montgomery College Science East is an existing four-story steel framed building. The renovations include the addition of a new mechanical penthouse, replacement of the existing slab framing of Levels 2, 3, and 4 , the addition of a new staircase and elevator tower, the infill and conversion of existing lecture halls into classrooms, and the addition of new interior staircases. The project also included complete upgrades of the seismic and wind resisting system as well as a complete re-cladding of the building.

Architect: Stantec, DC


Old Congress Heights School

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Old Congress Heights School, Washington DC

New addition for the existing Old Congress Heights Charter School in SE Washington DC. The new design plans include the construction of a one-story gymnasium and a three story mix use structure. The upper two stories of the structure are classified as educational occupancy and the lowest floor will include tenant space.

Architect: A2 Design, VA


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University of Maryland, Baltimore MD New Dental School Building

University of Maryland, Baltimore MD
New Dental School Building

A fourteen-story high steel framed building housing dental clinics, classrooms, auditoriums, and laboratories. The structure includes several architecturally exposed structural elements and monumental stairs. The structural bays supporting sensitive equipment are designed for limited vibration due to walking excitation.
Project completed in 2005.

EOR ReStl / Design by Dimitrios Frantzis, PE prior to the formation of A+F Engineers


University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD School of Nursing Addition

University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
School of Nursing Addition

A seven-story 156,000 sq.ft. steel frame building, housing clinics, classrooms, laboratories and a 500 seat auditorium. Several steel plate girders were designed over the 500 seat auditorium, to transfer the superstructure columns.
Project completed in 1999.

EOR ReStl / Design by Dimitrios Frantzis, PE prior to the formation of A+F Engineers


University of Patras, Patras, Greece Department of Chemical Engineering

University of Patras, Patras, Greece
Department of Chemical Engineering

A 200,000 sq.ft., five-story, classroom and laboratory building.
The structure is a cast in place concrete moment frame building, seismically designed for seismic zone 4, and partially seismic isolated. Project completed in 1987.

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