Arundel Elementary School

Project: Arundel Elementary School
Location: Baltimore, MD

Design/Construction Team

Architect:
GWWO Inc.
Baltimore, MD

Installer:
Chu Contracting
Chantilly, VA

General Contractor:
MCN Build Baltimore
Baltimore, MD

General Contractor:
Southway Builders Inc.
Baltimore, MD

NeaCera® Panel Summary

Heights: 600mm (23.6″) & 304.8mm (12″)

Length: 1828.8mm (6 ft)

Colors: Rustic Canyon & Burnt Red
(Formerly Brick Red 2036 & Brick Red)

Finishes: Matte & Satin

Shape: Flat Classic

Configuration: Stacked

Weight: 7.5 lbs/SF

Clips: Never on a NeaCera® Project!

Special Condition: Mix of Panel Height & Color, Fine Line Joint Insert

Photographs

Project Summary

Arundel Elementary School is a new school built directly behind the previous in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore, MD. At almost two times the size of the previous building at just over 112,000-square-feet, this 3-story building has received LEED Gold Certification. This $44-million project aimed to revitalize the neighborhood under the Revitalization Act of 2013, providing youth with a modernized school building equip with technology and adaptable learning spaces. This façade features two sizes of Rustic Canyon and Burnt Red colored NeaCera panels in an alternating pattern to create a fun and distinctive design.