Master Plan for Confidential Biopharmaceutical Company Maryland, USA
Design completion: 2016
The master plan for the expansion of a
A drop-off circle that currently forms the
suburban office campus originally designed
campus entry will be transformed into a
by HOK in the 2000s is guiding a leading
glass-roofed winter garden. This communal
biopharmaceutical companyâ€™s growth on this
gathering space will serve as the primary
site, which is one of its primary centers for
connection point between existing and new
pharmaceutical research and development.
By establishing a new direction for the
Sustainability is a key driver for all campus
campus, the master plan will maximize
development planning. The new office
opportunities for collocation and collaboration
buildings will aspire to achieve net zero energy
while creating an atmosphere that inspires
use and to meet all non-potable water needs
with captured stormwater and condensate. Combined with the proposed improvements to
To keep staff together, new office and amenity
the existing buildings, the expanded campus
spaces will surround existing buildings with
is expected to use less energy than the
a sinuous ribbon of glass. This unified design
encourages interaction among all employees.
2016 design annual
1.35 million sq. ft. / 125,420 sq. m.
HOK’s 2016 Design Annual highlights projects ranging in scale from community gardens to supertall buildings.