Morgan State University Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies

Morgan State University Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies

Project Team
OWNER: MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, BALTIMORE BUILDING DESIGN: HORD COPLAN MACHT, INC., BALTIMORE CIVIL ENGINEER: RUMMEL, KLEPPER & KAHL, BALTIMORE LANDSCAPE DESIGN: MAHAN RYKIEL, BALTIMORE GENERAL CONTRACTOR: BARTON MALOW, BALTIMORE
Project Description

The Center for Built Environment & Infrastructure Studies building at Morgan State University was developed with the overall design intent to incorporate as many green features as possible with a focus on sustainable LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) elements. As a part of the design process we integrated green roof, pervious pavers, rain harvesting, and bio-retention facilities as essential components to help the University obtain its green objectives. To see the full project file for this BMP, visit this link.

Best Combination of BMP in a Series

This category regognizes projects that utlized two or more practices in a series, for the best possible treatment of stormwater. Example projects include: larger residential or commercial development projects and/or small watershed restoration projects that involve multiple practices working together.

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