The SEED School of Maryland is a statewide, public boarding school for under privileged students. The school has approximately 400 middle and high school students who stay on campus in dormitories and return home to their families on the weekends. Renovations to the four-story academic building were phased. Phase I included a 15,000 SF renovation of the cafeteria, gymnasium and all related egress. The 80,000 SF second phase consisted of renovations to:
- Science laboratories
- Offices and administrative space
- Art and music rooms
- Dining room expansion
The project involved demolition, abatement, structural modifications, new windows, reconfiguration of classroom spaces, selective exterior modifications, campus sitework, and new mechanical and electrical systems for renovated spaces. The project was done while the school was in session, requiring extensive coordination with the school.