James Mosher Elementary School
Project Quick Facts
Alban Engineering has been tasked as MEP Engineers/Lighting Designs for the renovation/addition of James Mosher Elementary School, part of Baltimore City Public Schools. This project is designed to meet LEED Silver criteria. The 67,971 SF renovation and 12,696 SF new addition sits on an urban site in Baltimore City, sharing the property with the Eddie Murray Baseball Field.
The design is organized around the existing school education spaces and a community wing that houses shared community spaces, including a food pantry, assembly area, and meeting rooms. The new addition houses a cafeteria, gymnasium, and media center, which will have views out to the fields, play areas, and outdoor community gathering clusters. The academic wings will house younger Pre-K and Kindergarten classrooms on the lower level, with first and second grade students on the upper level. Special Education classrooms are dispersed throughout and collaborative, flexible learning environments with movable furniture will be centrally located on each floor.
The project sustainability goal is LEED Silver certified and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) standards are being utilized to design safe and secure access to the site around the perimeter, throughout the site, and inside the school.
Renderings – Waldon Studio Architects