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Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S

September 2017Â


Table of Contents  Section 1 

Corporate Information 

Section 2 

Awards & Recognition

Section 3 

Current Projects

Section 4 

Completed Projects

Section 5 

References

Section 6 

Project Photo Data Sheets


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180’s Brands World Headquarters


Corporate Corporate Name:

Plano-Coudon, LLC

Corporate Address:

2101 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, Maryland 21230

Telephone Number:

410-837-2570

Fax Number:

410-837-2571

Web Site:

www.plano-coudon.com

Date of Incorporation:

July 7, 1998

State of Incorporation:

Maryland

Years in Business:

19 years

Corporate Functions:

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Corporate Officers:

Brett Plano, Principal/Owner Ryan Coudon, Principal/Owner

Maryland Construc

n License:

Construction Management General Contracting Design/Build Pre-Construction Services

30185503

D.C. Construction License:

Registered

Delaware Construction License:

2010605833

Pennsylvania Construction License:

Registered

Virginia Construction License:

2705 113856

Federal ID Number:

52-2116907

Banking Reference:

PNC Bank �������������� Baltimore, Maryland 21202 410-237-5605 Scott Nicholson


Corporate Information

Bonding & Insurance Reference:

HMS Insurance 10751 Falls Road Brooklandville, Maryland 21022 410-337-9755 Nelson Oster

Industry Affiliations:

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ACE Mentor Program American Institute of Architects Baltimore (AIA) American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE) Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Building Congress & Exchange of Metropolitan Baltimore (BC&E) Chesapeake Area Society of Healthcare Engineering (CASHE) Construction Management Association of America, Greater Baltimore Chapter (CMAA) Design and Construction Network International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering Leadership Baltimore County Leadership Howard County (LHC) National Association of Office and Industrial Properties, Maryland Chapter (NAIOP) Nexstar Network Timberline Users Group (TUG) Urban Land Institute Baltimore (ULI) US Green Building Council Maryland (USGBC)

Community Affiliations:

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Baltimore Community Foundation Catholic Charities Charles Street Development Corporation Church of Nativity Community Homes Housing, Inc. COR HEALTH Institute Habitat for Humanity Helping Up Mission Howard County Conservancy Humane Society Mount St. Joseph My Brother's Keeper Our Daily Bread PACT Teach for America There Goes My Hero United Way of Central Maryland Wreaths Across America

2016 Work in Place:

$50 Million

2015 Work in Place:

$69 Million

2014 Work in Place:

$30 Million

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Company History As two engineering students at Virginia Tech, Brett Plano and Ryan Coudon dreamt about creating their own company. In 1999, after a successful experience working for a large general contracting firm, they put those entrepreneurial instincts into action. While managing multi-million-dollar construction projects in the region, Plano and Coudon recognized a need in the market for sophisticated yet flexible contractors to complete smaller jobs. They created Plano-Coudon to bring the mindset of engineers, the sophistication of large contractors and the flexibility of a small company to local construction projects. Since then, Plano-Coudon has built experience and expertise across numerous market segments and across a growing range of project sizes. We have deep expertise in higher education, health care and commercial projects. We have met the formidable and exacting requirements of projects for life sciences, industrial and mission critical clients. We have proven to be a highly responsive and effective contractor in on-call arrangements. And we have shown how to truly care for clients, whether that client is an entrepreneur embarking on an exciting expansion, residents of a seniors’ facility undergoing renovations, or members of a business district recovering from an historic flood.


Company Philosophy At Plano-Coudon Construction, we devote every day to achieving one mission: Bringing our clients’ visions to life while delivering an exceptional owner experience. Whether it is building a modern commercial space with bold architectural features, upgrading systems in highly sensitive healthcare or life sciences facilities, smoothly handling a phased renovation of an occupied seniors’ facility, or deciphering how to reconstruct a century-old railroad bridge, Plano-Coudon prides itself on having both the technical skills to successfully complete the work and the flexibility and empathy to fully address the owner’s needs and aspirations. We believe construction projects should be positive experiences for clients. Consequently, we bring unparalleled energy, enthusiasm and customer service to each project. We build true partnerships with our clients, fully learning about their visions, needs and challenges. We strive to become each client’s trusted construction advisor by delivering sound advice and outstanding performance in an environment that is positive and respectful.

When a 1,000-year rainstorm triggered devastating flooding in Ellicott City, Plano-Coudon was proud to participate in the rebuilding effort. Through careful research and an unconventional plan to deploy construction equipment, PlanoCoudon successfully restored a century-old, stone retaining wall.

That approach to construction is core to Plano-Coudon’s vision to be a trusted partner and a leader in the construction services industry. We foster that work culture every day with every one of our employees. We recruit skilled and passionate construction professionals. And we encourage them to base their actions on our core company values. Those are outlined in PC FAITH – Positivity, Community, Fire in the belly, Accountability, Integrity, Teamwork and Health.

At Plano-Coudon, we believe in – and thoroughly enjoy – community service. You’ll see Plano-Coudon staffers serving meals at Our Daily Bread, reading Dr. Seuss stories to area school children, harvesting vegetables for non-profits, helping schools and resource centers complete construction projects, and supporting many other organizations.

Those values are important to us. We believe it is essential as entrepreneurs, managers, community members and project partners to support the health and wellbeing of our employees and support efforts to make our community even better. Plano-Coudon hosts an annual golf tournament to raise money for Teach For America, contributes funds and services to multiple nonprofits, offers employees paid time off to volunteer with local causes, and facilitates opportunities for staff members to volunteer with community groups.

At Plano-Coudon, we deliver great construction projects. But we also work daily to be a source of positivity for our clients, our partners, our employees and our community.


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Stadium Square Office Tower


Awards & Recognition American Institute of Architects (AIA) § § § § §

President’s Award for Contractor of the Year (2011 and 2016) Honorable Mention by the Baltimore Chapter of the AIA for the Agape Mission Church (2009) Citation Award by the Maryland Component of the AIA for the Towson University Daycare Facility (2007) Honorable Mention by the Baltimore Chapter of the AIA for the Towson University Daycare Facility (2007) Design Award by the AIA for Architectural Excellence for the 180’s Brands World Headquarters (2004)

Associated Builders and Contractors

Award of Merit for UMBC West Hill Apartments in recognition of outstanding construction manager (2016)

Associated General Contractors of America (AGC)

 Certificate of Commendation for Excellent Safety Record (2013 and 2015)  Safety Excellence Award (Maryland - 2013, 2014, and 2015)  The Associated General Contractors of Maryland elected Ryan Coudon as their Chairman of the Board (Maryland - 2009)

Baltimore Business Journal

 Book of Lists 2015 - ranked #8 on the list of fastest-growing private companies  Book of Lists 2015 - ranked #12 on the list of largest contractors in the Baltimore area  Book of Lists 2013 - ranked #10 on the list of largest contractors in the Baltimore area

Baltimore Heritage Group

Historic Preservation Award from the Baltimore Heritage Group in recognition of the restoration and reuse of The Women's Industrial Exchange (2004)

Baltimore SmartCEO CEOMagazine Magazine ����Smart

Plano-Coudon named as a FUTURE 50 company (2010)

Building Congress and Exchange of Baltimore (BC&E) § § § § §

Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for Power Generation, Distribution, and Switchgear at the UMB Medical School Teaching Facility (2016) Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for Unit Masonry at the Rita Church Community Center Gymnasium (2016) Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for Electrical Work at the Baltimore Technology Park Data Center Expansion Phase 3 (2011) Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for “Custom Sheetmetal Work” at the Johns Hopkins University Dunning Hall project (2008) Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for Architectural Millwork, Casework, and Acoustical Work at the University of Baltimore Steven L. Snyder Moot Court Room (2005)


Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)

 Project Achievement Award for the Erinn McCarthy Humanities Building and Track and Field at Maryvale Preparatory School. The project won for Project with Constructed Value Less Than $30 Million. (2013)  Project Achievement Award for the renovation of the Easton Hall at University of Maryland, College Park. The project won for Project with Constructed Value Less Than $10 Million. (2012)  Project Achievement Award for the renovation of the Shoemaker Building at University of Maryland, College Park. The project won for Project with Constructed Value Less Than $10 Million. (2011)

Corridor, Inc.

Corridor, Inc recognized Plano-Coudon as one of the Baltimore-Washington Corridor's "Greatest Places to Work" (2008)

Ernst & Young

Brett Plano and Ryan Coudon were awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in the Development and Construction category (2009)

General Contractors Insurance, Ltd.

2014 President’s Circle Risk Control Excellence Award Top 10 percent

Inc. Magazine

Ranked in the top 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in the United States (2010 and 2007)

The Baltimore Sun

Top Work Place (2015 and 2016)


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Maryvale Preparatory School of Humani es Building 


Current Projects Project:

Address:

Diageo Project West (Guinness)

Owner: Architect:

Contract:

Halethorpe, Maryland Diageo Americas Supply, Inc. Design Collective, Inc. $23,500,000

Project:

Diageo Building 49 (Guinness)

Address:

Owner: Architect:

Contract:

Halethorpe, Maryland Diageo Americas Supply, Inc. Design Collective, Inc. $500,000

Project:

Diageo Building 50 (Guinness)

Address:

Contract:

Halethorpe, Maryland Diageo Americas Supply, Inc. Design Collective, Inc. $300,000

Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

Baltimore, Maryland National Aquarium Design Collective, Inc. $13,000,000

Project:

Towson Residence Tower

Owner: Architect:

National Aquarium Animal Care & Rescue Center

Owner: Architect:

Contract:

Towson, Maryland Towson University Design Collective, Inc. $29,000,000

Project:

UB Langsdale Library

Address:

Address:

Owner: Architect:

Contract:

Baltimore, Maryland University of Baltimore Behnisch Architekten $17,000,000

Project:

Northbay Educational Building

Address:

Owner: Architect:

Contract:

North East, Maryland Northbay Adventure Camp KGRW & Associates, LLC $3,400,000


Current Projects

Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

DMT New Warehouse 91C

Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

Riderwood Town Center

Project:

JHU Levi Hall Lab Renovation

Baltimore, Maryland Maryland Port Administration STV Incorporated $7,400,000 Silver Spring, Maryland Erickson Living Development, LLC Hord Coplan Macht, Inc. $4,000,000

Owner: Architect:

Baltimore, Maryland Johns Hopkins University Colimore Architects, LLC $2,600,000

Project:

100 S. Charles Street Lobby Renovation

Address:

Contract:

Owner: Architect:

Baltimore, Maryland Carlyle Baltimore Holdings, LLC BCT Architects, LLC $3,100,000

Project:

UMB HVAC Upgrades to Medical School Teaching Facility

Address:

Contract: Address:

Owner: Architect:

Contract: Project: Address: Owner: Architect: Contract:

Baltimore, Maryland University of Maryland, Baltimore MS Engineers, Inc. $12,800,000

West Annapolis Office Building Renovation & Expansion Annapolis, Maryland MRE Annapolis, LLC Grid Architects, P.C. $3,700,00


Small Projects Division current projects include: Owner: Project:

Arthur Bell CPA

Owner: Project:

Baltimore County Oregon Ridge Grading

Owner: Project:

Baltimore County Westside Shelter - Improvements

Owner: Project:

BGE EOB Entry Level Renovation

Owner: Project:

Ceasars Entertainment Horseshoe Casino Phase 2 Renovations

Owner: Project:

Howard County Old Columbia Wall Repair

Owner: Project:

Johns Hopkins Hospital OC 3080 MRI Replacement

Owner: Project:

JPB Partners Storage Cages

Owner: Project: Owner: Project:

Occupied phased renovation of 32,945 SF which is located on the 3rd and 4th floor consisting of new paint, carpet, millwork, new partitions, and MEP upgrades Grading for positive water flow area of Oregon Ridge Park Furnish new shower stalls

Interior renovation of BGE Electric Operations Building at the entry (2nd) level including an updated lobby, security desk, restrooms and office/conference areas. Selective renovations of four areas around the casino

Furnish and install new shore wall along Tiber River in Ellicott City Provide access through existing building facade for MRI replacement. MEP improvements within the space as well as new finishes Furnish and install wire mesh partitions for storage area and paver

Loyola University Boulder Cafe

Conversion of existing book store into food service cafe

Loyola University Gardens Apartment

Finishes renovation of Gardens Apartments Student Housing including bathrooms and kitchens

Owner: Project:

Medstar Box Hill Pediatrics

Owner: Project:

Medstar NRH Neuro Rehab

Owner: Project:

M&T Bank - 8th Floor Montgomery Park

Owner: Project:

National Aquarium Kitchen Modifications

Owner: Project:

Nemetschek North America Vectorworks Training Expansion

Complete build out of a pediatrics doctors office complete with MEP's, millwork, and finishes Complete build out of a Neuro Rehabilitation Center, complete with MEP's, millwork and finishes Interior renovations of the 8th Floor

Kitchen and Kitchenette modifications with new paint in the common areas Construction for 10,000 SF interior fit-out


Current Projects

On Call Programs Owner: Type: Contract: Owner: Type: Contract: Owner: Type: Contract:

Baltimore City Public Schools

Construction Manager at-Risk Projects under $5,000,000

Baltimore County Government

Design/Build Projects over $500,000

Baltimore County Public Schools

Building Renovations and Alterations IDIQ up to $2,500,000

Owner: Type: Contract:

Howard County Government

Owner: Type: Contract:

University of Maryland, Baltimore

Construction Manager at-Risk Projects from $1,000,000 to $10,000,000

Owner: Type: Contract:

Design/Build Projects from $250,000 to $2,000,000

General Contracting Projects up to $250,000

University of Maryland, Baltimore

Owner: Type: Contract:

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Owner: Type: Contract:

University of Maryland, College Park

On-call Maintenance Contract Projects from $5,000 to $50,000

Construction Manager at-Risk Projects from $1,000,000 to $10,000,000


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Sagamore Aging Barn


Architectural References Alexander Design Studio 

GWWO

Architectural Design Works 

HDR, Inc. 

Ellicott City, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Towson, Maryland 

Alexandria, Virginia 

Arris Design Studio 

Hord, Coplan, Macht 

Ayers Saint Gross 

JRS Architects Inc.

Behnisch Architekten Boston, Massachusetts

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland  Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland  Baltimore, Maryland 

Manns Woodward Studios

Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.

Marks, Thomas Architects  Baltimore, Maryland 

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Marshall Craft Associates  Baltimore, Maryland 

Brown Craig Turner Architects Baltimore, Maryland 

Melville Thomas Architects, Inc.  Baltimore, Maryland 

Cho Benn Holback + Associates 

Penza Bailey Architects Baltimore, Maryland 

Colimore Architects

Read & Company Architects  Baltimore, Maryland 

Design Collective, Inc. Baltimore, Maryland 

Rubeling & Associates, Inc.  Towson, Maryland 

DNC Architects, Inc.

Whitman Requardt & Associates 

Gensler & Associates Baltimore, Maryland 

Ziger / Snead

Silver Spring, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland  Baltimore, Maryland 

Rockville, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 


Client References  Under Armour, Inc. 

Sagamore Development

Erickson Living Foundation

Calvert Federal, LLC

Catonsville, Maryland

Middle River, Maryland

Structural

Caves Valley Partners

PANDORA Jewerly, Inc.

Integrace

Corporate Office Properties Trust

Nemetschek North America 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Columbia, Maryland

Columbia, Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland 

Eldersburg, Maryland 

Columbia, Maryland 

Columbia, Maryland 

Baltimore Gas & Electric

Skyline Technology Solutions

North Bay Adventure Camp

Enterprise Homes, Inc.

Govans Ecumenical Development  Corporation (GEDCO) 

Key Technologies, Inc.

Greater Baltimore Medical Center

University of Maryland, Baltimore 

Helping Up Mission 

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Towson University

City of Baltimore Department of Recreation & Parks 

Baltimore, Maryland

North East, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland  Towson, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland  

Glen Burnie, Maryland  Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Catonsville, Maryland 

Towson, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

LifeBridge Health System 

Baltimore Technology Park 

Maryland Port Administration  

The Maryland Zoo 

Class Produce Group

Loyola University

Baltimore, Maryland  Baltimore, Maryland  Jessup, Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland  Baltimore, Maryland 


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Colombiere Community Residence 


UMBC—Terrace  & Hillside Apartments Renovation 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:

Catonsville, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Cho Benn Holback & Associates 

CONTRACT:

$25,555,221

This project included the interior and exterior renova on of 16 apartment buildings, each 9500 SF and new construc on of an 8000 SF community center.

Interior and exterior heat pump units installed with new ductwork, apartment electric meters were replaced, new architectural finishes throughout including new flooring, kitchen casework and counters and new bathroom vani es installed.

Exterior brick replaced with Hardi plank siding, new front doors and new shingle roofing installed.

Old balconies and exterior staircases demolished and new enclosed steel stair tower structure installed.

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 


Maryland Port Administration–Cargo Shed 

OWNER:

Maryland Port Administra on 

LOCATION:

Locust Point Marine Terminal  Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Moffat & Nichol Engineers 

CONTRACT:

$21,768,189

PROJECT TYPE:  Industrial 

Pre‐engineered steel frame building 215’x1000’ with no interior columns

The warehouse is 215,000 SF with 42’ ceiling height and is used for paper storage

Work included demoli on, founda ons, structural slab, founda on walls, structural steel framing, metal roofing , loading dock equipment, and all new MEP systems

Site work included underground u li es, new switch gear, extending rail tracks, new rail loading dock, asphalt paving, and a new entrance


UMBC West Hill

OWNER:

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

LOCATION:

Catonsville, Maryland

ARCHITECT: 

Grimm + Parker

CONTRACT:

$17,995,283

PROJECT TYPE:

Higher Education

Complete gut renovation of five apartment buildings experiencing significant structural disrepair. Project included replacing all exterior siding, windows, roofs and HVAC; repointing masonry; repairing under-slab piping; completely rebuilding the interiors of 60 apartments; and structural upgrades to ADA units.

Installation of modern architectural features such as enclosing the buildings’ staircases in three-story, glass storefront structure systems topped by prominent flat roofs.

Extensive site work, including replacing storm drains to all buildings and adding six bio-retention ponds, three out falls, four parking lots, a community patio area and fresh landscaping. Work also included demolition of a sixth building on-site.

Installation of energy-efficient systems, including occupancy sensors and high-efficiency appliances and heating/cooling equipment.


The Canal Street Malt House Condominiums 

OWNER:

Union Box Company 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Parameter, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$16,409,808

PROJECT TYPE:  Residen al 

Provided pre‐construc on budge ng, value engineering op ons, and constructability evalua ons for this $16.4 million phased project

Phase I consisted of a 33,800 SF renova on of an exis ng masonry shell into 13 urban lo  style condominiums

Phase II was the ground‐up construc on of a 53,400 SF, 5‐story building including 25 condominiums and a parking garage

Other features included two glass backed elevator towers, a “sky bridge” which connected the old and the new buildings and a courtyard with raised planters and balconies


The New Colombiere Community Residence 

OWNER:

Corpora on of the Roman  Catholic Clergymen 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson 

CONTRACT:

$15,647,730

LEED silver equivalent, 60,000 SF, 3‐story new religious building providing residen al, communal and worship facili es for 38 senior clergymen of the Maryland Society of Jesus in a suppor ve living environment designed to enhance aging in‐ place.  Construc on occurred on an occupied campus.

The project scope included 38 residen al rooms, a new chapel, library, main living room, commercial kitchen, and administra ve office spaces.   In addi on, this project included systems and equipment to meet the special needs of the elderly, such as nurse call systems and emergency power.

This project was completed with the CM at Risk delivery method.

PROJECT TYPE:  Religious/Not for Profit 


1525 N. Calvert Street 

OWNER:

Calvert Federal, LLC 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Architectural Design Works Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

105,000 SF new parking garage and office building  in downtown Bal more.  

Fast track project built for a local developer. 

60,000 SF of office space above a 45,000 SF  parking garage built on structural auger cast piles. 

Completed in just under 14 months with less than  5 months allo ed for the 60,000 SF of office  space.  

Limited staging and laydown areas; construc on  of shoring wall for neighboring proper es;  Bal more City LEED Silver Equivalent. 

$14,500,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Office/Commercial 


Towson University—Health & Counseling Center 

OWNER:

Towson University 

LOCATION:  

Towson, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Marshall Cra  Associates, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$12,002,265  

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

LEED Silver 40,000 SF, three‐story building with  student counseling and health suites. 

Complete demoli on and fit out of two exis ng  dormitory buildings as well as the construc on of  a ground up 9,000 SF building connec ng the two  exis ng buildings. 

The project included chilled beams, construc on  of a new elevator and sha , new MEP systems,  and backup generator.  

Also included a campus u li es upgrade package  which involved running new chilled water piping  from the campus power plant as well as upgraded  electrical services.  


Maryvale Preparatory  Humanities Building 

OWNER:

Maryvale Preparatory School 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve 

CONTRACT:  

$11,313,325

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

New ground‐up, 28,000 SF Humani es Building that  houses a new 500‐seat auditorium, atrium and  classroom space.    

New synthe c field and track, along with new  so ball and prac ce fields, and scoreboard.  The D‐ Zone area includes long jump, triple jump, high  jump and pole vault events.   

The project includes new sep c field and pump  sta on, stormwater management and storage  facili es.   


UMCP—Elkton Hall Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$10,936,196

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

Complete HVAC renova on for an 8‐story, 115,500 SF  high rise dormitory including an all new dual  temperature system. Project also included demoli on  and replacement of mechanical room and new FCUs /  risers in every dorm room replacing old convector  system. 

Removed and installed approximately 250 new  windows and associated panning system.  

Complete renova on of building lobby including  ceilings, floors, millwork, corian wall panels, ligh ng  and doors. 

All work completed over three summers. 


UMUC—SFSC Building Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  University College 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$10,452,745

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

This project is the 143,000 SF fast‐track, interior  renova on of an exis ng office building.   

Three floors were renovated into administra ve  offices, classrooms, pantries, si ng areas, and  common areas.   

Preconstruc on services were provided including  value engineering, constructability reviews and  mul ple budgets at designated design levels.   

LEED Gold cer fied 

Construc on Management at Risk delivery  method. 


Stadium Square Office Tower

OWNER:

Caves Valley Partners

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

Design Collective, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$10,150,000

PROJECT TYPE:

Office/Commercial

As part of an extensive redevelopment in the Sharp-Leadenhall neighborhood, Plano-Coudon completed ground-up construction of a six-story, 72,000 SF commercial office building.

The steel-framed building features a brick and glass facade and a VRV mechanical system.

The project was set on a tight, urban site, surrounded by an active railhead, residential properties, a garage and a busy street. Consequently, Plano-Coudon did extensive pre-construction work to determine how to handle site set up, deliveries, lay-down space, operations and street closures to optimize productivity and minimize disruptions.

The project was completed through the CM at Risk delivery method.


Under Armour Ivory

OWNER:

Under Armour, Inc.

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Brown Craig Turner

CONTRACT:

$9,178,000

70,000 SF core and shell renovaƟon including window replacement, roof replacement, flood prevenƟon work, fabricaƟon and installaƟon of structural steel stairs.

Fast track project that required keeping the first floor open and acƟve as a working gym.

In addiƟon to working on the core and shell, P-C bid the interior work and then started the interior work in conjuncƟon with compleƟon of the core and shell work.

HVAC installaƟon was also included.

PROJECT TYPE: Office / Commercial


UMCP Pocomoke Building Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland, College  Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Grimm and Parker Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$7,999,841

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on  

LEED Gold cer fied, 32,000 SF interior renova on  of an exis ng building. 

Three floors renovated into administra ve offices  for the UMCP Campus Police. 

Included in the renova on was a new mezzanine  level, four jail cells, locker rooms, communica ons  center, command center, and briefing rooms. 

Also included were installa ons of a new  transformer and emergency generator, custom  windows including bullet resistant, spray foam  exterior insula on, ADA compliant sidewalks and  entrances, epoxy flooring, new landscaping and  site retaining walls.  


UMCP—Easton Hall Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$7,497,665

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

The project consisted of the installa on of  replacement windows, HVAC and electrical  system for the 8‐story, 115,500 SF high rise  dormitory.  It was phased over two summers.  

Installa on of a new two‐pipe HVAC fan coil unit  system, as well as complete gut of the mechanical  room, including removal of exis ng convector  hea ng system and reconfigura on of the room  layout and equipment.   

Renova on of the main lobby included finishes,  ceiling  les and ligh ng, corridor/stairwell/ ves bule doors, and replacement of the exis ng 


Green House Residences at Stadium Place

OWNER: LOCATION: ARCHITECT:

GEDCO Baltimore, Maryland Marks Thomas Architects

CONTRACT:

$7,480,015

PROJECT TYPE:

Healthcare/Not-for-Profit

Ground-up construction of a LEED Silver, 44,560 SF, 4-story with basement, 49-bed skilled nursing facility.

This facility is the first in Maryland meeting all requirements to be called a “Greenhouse” facility.

Each floor has 10 “apartments” with individual handicapped accessible bathrooms and lift systems.

Each floor also has a commercial kitchen, as well as dining and living rooms, with built-in book cases and electric fireplaces. The facility also houses a spa/salon on each floor, and a physical therapy room.

One half of the basement level is fit-out as offices for GEDCO; the nursing home operated by Catholic Charities.


UMCP—Shoemaker Building Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  College Park 

LOCATION:

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Whitman, Requardt and  Associates, LLP 

CONTRACT:

$7,364,318

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

23,000 SF renova on  including upgrades to the HVAC system, new CCMS building controls  ed into BAS system for building energy management, upgrades to ligh ng and electrical service, and a new sprinkler system.

The ground floor slab on grade was lowered 8” requiring underpinning of 80% of the exterior founda ons. Mechanical room was expanded below por ons of the 1st floor slab on grade, an exis ng pit was infilled with steel and slab on deck to make the 1st floor slab one eleva on.

New windows and doors, modifica ons to the limestone façade to widen a ground floor entrance, and architectural retaining walls were added.


North Gate Business Park Lot C 

OWNER:

Corporate Office Proper es  Trust 

LOCATION:  

Aberdeen, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:    

CONTRACT:  

DNC Architects, Inc.

$7,310,603

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

80,000 SF fast track, 3‐story, ground‐up core and shell office building and storm water management pond

LEED Gold cer fied

CM at Risk delivery method


Baltimore Cruise Ship Terminal 

OWNER:

Maryland Port Administra on 

LOCATION:

Locust Point Marine Terminal  Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

STV, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$6,227,963

PROJECT TYPE:  Industrial 

Plano‐Coudon served as general contractor for the renova on of 65,000 SF of exis ng warehouse space into a terminal for cruise ships at the Port of Bal more

Demoli on included store front, metal sliding doors, plumbing fixtures, framing, asphalt and concrete floor, paving, and electrical and mechanical systems

New construc on included metal framing, metal siding, concrete flooring and founda ons, structural steel, overhead doors and pavement

Exterior work included 1100 feet of exterior canopy with insulated translucent fiberglass sandwich panel roof system and new underground u li es


CSU Parlett  Moore Library — HVAC Renovation 

OWNER:

Coppin State University 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Design Collec ve 

CONTRACT:

$6,181,115

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

The CSU Library HVAC project was a phased renova on of an occupied 81,000 SF library facility.

The project involved major mechanical and electrical infrastructure upgrades that included a new roof top packaged unit, new air handling units in the basement, connec ons to the campus chilled and hot water hea ng loops, DDC controls, and sprinkler system.

This project was procured through the state Universi es system and all state requirements such as prevailing wage rates, MBE goals and other protocols were met by the P‐C team.


GBMC–South Chapman Building Renovation 

OWNER:

Greater Bal more   Medical Center 

LOCATION:  

Towson, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

LSC Design, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$5,922,377

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

3‐story, 62,000 SF renova on of an exis ng building for a training facility and office space for the medical center

Interior ground floor renova ons were completed in 10 weeks to help the owner meet their space requirements

Renova ons included replacement of air handling units, cooling tower, boilers, fire alarm system, IT closets and temperature control systems


UMB–Biopark

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Ayers, Saint, Gross Architects  and Planners 

CONTRACT:  

$5,732,264

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 

Construc on Manager for the University of Maryland, Bal more Biopark 2nd and 3rd floor fit‐out for the Red Cross

Project included 44,000 SF of laboratory space with suppor ng office spaces

Provided preconstruc on services including budge ng, scheduling, value engineering, constructability reviews and procurement of long lead equipment


Helping Up Mission Phase 2

OWNER:

Helping Up Mission

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Colimore Thoemke Architects

CONTRACT:

$5,077,605

PROJECT TYPE:

Education/Religious

This project is approximately 30,000 sf of new office, assembly and transient lodging space.

The work specifically included demolition, concrete, structural shoring of building facades designed to remain, sediment and erosion control measures, minimal landscaping, paving, curbs, gutters, new masonry walls, interior architectural woodwork, metal roofing, roof pavers, aluminum windows and curtain wall, drywall partitions, finishes, wood trim and new mechanical, electrical and sprinkler systems.

The project required extensive temporary protection as the site is connected to the adjacent occupied buildings.


Taney Village 

OWNER:

Enterprise Homes, Inc.

LOCATION:

Frederick, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Grimm and Parker Architects

CONTRACT:

$4,984,000

PROJECT TYPE: Healthcare

Renova on of 123 apartment units with residents in place including new kitchen cabinets, appliances, plumbing fixtures, ligh ng, kitchen finishes, new bathroom fixtures and cabinets, new bedroom closets, and new HVAC through wall PTHP units.

New kitchens, walk in showers, sprinklers, appliances, carpet, VCT, etc. Common area improvements included renova ons to spaces with occupants in place to house new library, arts and cra s, exercise room, common area, common area kitchen, mailroom and offices.

New RTU, new ligh ng, new emergency generator, elevator moderniza on, sprinkler, fire alarm, LVT wood flooring, paint, windows, roof, entry canopy and ves bule, and façade cleaning and restora on.


TGD Cuts Cold Storage Facility 

OWNER:

Class Produce Group 

LOCATION:

Jessup, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Providence Engineering Corp. 

CONTRACT:

$4,826,623

PROJECT TYPE:  Industrial 

Converted an exis ng 60,000 SF dry storage warehouse into a cold storage/produce processing facility.

Work included a complete refrigera on system, insulated wall panel construc on, upgraded MEP systems, suppor ng office space, and delivery and installa on of a waste water treatment system.


Montgomery Community College ITOC Infrastructure Upgrades 

OWNER:

Montgomery Community  College 

LOCATION:

Silver Spring, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Cho Benn Holback & Associates 

CONTRACT:

$4,731,823

PROJECT TYPE:  Mission Cri cal 

Occupied renova on and upgrade to the data center at their Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus

Work included 2 new 600 kW Bi‐Fuel generators, new redundant power feeds and switchboards, expansion of exis ng UPS system, new Power Distribu on Units (PDU) and Floor Distribu on Cabinets (FDC).

Mechanical work consisted of replacement of all CRAC units, new rack top cooling unit system throughout, dehumidifica on units, hot aisle containment doors, fan coil units and ductless split system units, new standby roo op chiller w/ new pumps, starters and heat exchangers.


Rita Church Community Center

OWNER:

Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

GWWO Inc./Architects

CONTRACT:

$4,540,000

PROJECT TYPE:

Recreation

Ground-up construction of an 11,000 SF gymnasium addition to an existing recreation center. Project included site work, utility work, and minor alterations to the existing center.

Installation of several architectural features, including large, patterned, exterior metal panels and a multi-colored, glazed masonry block on the gym’s interior.

Project included a bowed roof which was topped with green-roof plantings and outfitted with a fall-protection system.

Due to high groundwater levels and poor soil conditions, crews augmented the soil and employed rammed aggregate piers to support the gymnasium’s foundation.


Fairhaven & Copper Ridge Retirement Community 

OWNER:

Integrace

LOCATION:

Sykesville, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Perkins Eastman Architects

CONTRACT:

$4,456,645

PROJECT TYPE: Healthcare

Phased renova on on an occupied campus for two communi es suppor ng elderly and special needs residents.

The communi es have homes and apartments, wellness centers, assisted living and companion services.

Project included demoli on and replacement of kitchen, locker room, exam rooms, salon, auditorium, classrooms, offices and recep on areas.

Finish upgrades including ceilings, wall coverings, and flooring. New addi ons include an adult daycare, den and corridor connec on.


Jackson Recreation Center

OWNER:

Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

GWWO Inc./Architects

CONTRACT:

$4,220,000

PROJECT TYPE: Recreation

Gut renovation and expansion of an existing recreation center to deliver a new gymnasium, two-story entrance, stair- and elevator-tower, large curtain wall, and all new interiors.

Raised the building’s roof and installed new structural steel and footers in order to add a second basketball court and bleachers to the gymnasium.

Completed extensive site work, including installation of new parking lot, landscaping, ponds and lighting around a sports field.

Project involved coordinating multiple construction types – including masonry, structural steel and curtain wall – while also avoiding disrupting operations in an attached job-training center.


Johns Hopkins University Press Renovations

▪ OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Read & Company

CONTRACT:

$4,191,520

▪ PROJECT TYPE:

Education

CM at Risk, occupied, phased interior and exterior renovation of a 4-story building built in 1897. Work to the building included a complete roof replacement, window restoration, and new storefront at the back entrance and in the courtyard. A ground level courtyard sandwiched between the building and an adjacent building was excavated to below the foundation, requiring underpinning to the building’s foundation and a new granite-clad architectural retaining wall in the courtyard. All new HVAC systems were installed, new art lighting, new architectural finishes, and new millwork including a custom reception desk and bookcases throughout.


Baltimore Technology Park Data Center Expansion Phase 3

OWNER:

Baltimore Technology Park

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Spears/Votta & Associates, Inc

CONTRACT:

$4,049,887

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

Occupied fit-out of 7,000 SF of an operating data center.

Work included installation of a 1.5 MW generator with paralleling switchgear, UPS back-up system, CRAC units with rooftop condensing units, and PDUs

Also included a new fire alarm system throughout the building, a preaction sprinkler system, new EPO system, new BGE service, as well as an architectural fit-out of data room 4 with raised access floor, ACT, new doors, frames and hardware, paint, etc.


UMBC—Susquehanna Hall Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

James Posey Associates 

CONTRACT:

$3,950,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

35,000 SF very fast tracked renova on to a dormitory & one wing of an occupied dining hall on an occupied higher educa on campus using CMAR delivery method & preconstruc on services.

All work was completed over a 65 day summer period.  The  ght  me constraints required RTU's and fan coil units to be pre‐purchased.

A detailed site u liza on plan was developed in conjunc on with affected University departments to minimize the impacts to the func ons of the occupied campus se ng.  The Dining Hall remained open for service during the renova on.


UMUC—Phase 3a Largo Academic Center 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  University College 

LOCATION:

Landover, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

DNC Architects 

CONTRACT:

$3,837,546

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

101,631 SF fast track, phased interior renova on of an exis ng building.  Three floors were renovated into administra ve offices, classrooms, a library, fitness area, pantries, si ng areas, and common areas.

Installa on of new par ons, finishes, millwork, ceilings and decora ve ceiling panels,

Revisions to the exis ng lobby desks.

LEED Gold was successfully achieved.


UMB–Bressler Research Building 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:

$3,437,593

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 

20,000 SF laboratory renova on on the 10th floor of an occupied building

Extensive mechanical, plumbing, and electrical services for new laboratory casework and lab equipment

CM at‐risk project

State Funding with MBE requirements

Downtown campus se ng


Structural Corporate Headquarters 

OWNER:

Structural

LOCATION:  

Columbia, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Design Collec ve, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$3,327,335

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

▪ In an office building and warehouse facility, Plano-Coudon renovated more than 74,000 SF to create a corporate headquarters. ▪ The project involved gut demolition of existing space and completion of infrastructure upgrades, including new AHUs, fire alarm system, data infrastructure and control systems. ▪ Crews did a complete fit-out of newly created offices, conference rooms, break rooms, courtyards and new storefronts. ▪ The project included customized lab space as well as architectural elements that embraced the nature of the client’s business. Those elements included polished concrete floors, custom concrete ceiling panels, concrete wall panels and counter tops.


World Trade Center Renovations

OWNER:

Maryland Port Administration

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Whitman Requardt and Associates

CONTRACT:

$3,214,628

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

70,000 SF (seven floors) interior renovation in fully occupied building

Included hazardous material abatement of six floors

Installation of new architectural finishes, including custom millwork and glazing

Rework of existing HVAC and electrical systems


JHU  Applied Physics Lab—Kossiakoff Center Interior Renewal 

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University,  Applied Physics Laboratory

LOCATION:

Laurel, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

APL PESD (Plant Engineering  Services Department)

CONTRACT:

The project consisted of a fast paced renovaƟon and renewal of 44,000 SF of restrooms, classroom space, dining space and full auditorium space.

RenovaƟon and renewal work completed included new classroom layouts, lighƟng and power, fire alarm, and finishes throughout.

The project consisted of replacing the exisƟng HVAC system on the classroom wing with a VRV system throughout the facility and state of the art WaƩStopper lighƟng system.

Renewal of the main lobby included new finishes and ceiling Ɵle, and lights.

$3,162,187

PROJECT TYPE: Educa on


UMBC—Terrace & Hillside Community Center 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:  

Catonsville, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Cho Benn Holback & Associates 

CONTRACT:  

$3,140,000

As part of the Terrace & Hillside Apartment Renova on, the new, ground‐up, 8,000 SF building for apartment residents to meet, study or socialize.

The exterior features of the project include curtainwall & storefront installa on, Nichiha siding, and a masonry façade.

The interior of the building has UMBC Residen al Life staff offices, a large conference room, two small break out rooms, a great room with a gas fireplace, a large laundry room and storage space.

LEED Silver cer fica on

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 


Glen Mar Educational Wing Addition 

OWNER:

Glen Mar United Methodist  Church 

LOCATION:

Ellico City, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Alexander Design Studio 

CONTRACT:

$3,067,395

PROJECT TYPE:  Religious/Educa on 

The project involved  the 27,000 SF, two‐story addi on to the exis ng church. The new addi on serves as the educa on wing and has classroom space, office space, a day care, and a new outdoor playground.

The building is a masonry load bearing structure with bar joist and decking.  The project also includes decora ve stone, brick veneer, new HVAC system for the addi on, fire protec on, electrical, sitework and site retaining walls.

Temporary walls were constructed where the new building  es into the exis ng building to mi gate sound and dust so demoli on work could be completed without disrup ng the daily ac vi es of the church.


UMCP—Denton Community Quadrangle 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  College Park 

LOCATION:  

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Alpha Corpora on 

CONTRACT:  

$3,049,343

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

This project consisted of a 2.5 acre site renova on project consis ng of all new walkways, pavers, plan ngs, sod, and mul ple bio ponds.

Work was completed between occupied buildings on a campus se ng and phased to accommodate campus life.

New ADA building access created, founda on waterproofing of dining hall, underpinning of exis ng buildings, built‐in masonry grill and shade structures created.

Construc on Management at Risk delivery method.


Walgreens Pharmacy Stores

OWNER:

Various developers

LOCATION:

Locations throughout Maryland and Virginia

ARCHITECT:

Various architects

CONTRACT:

≈ $3,000,000 each

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

Provided ground-up construction of eight 15,000 SF stores with all related sitework

Provided preconstruction services

Assisted in site selection


UMBC—Patapsco Hall Renovations 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

James Posey Associates 

CONTRACT:

$2,841,820

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

The Patapsco Hall project was delivered using the CMAR delivery method and full preconstruc on services were provided.

A very fast tracked renova on phased during the summer months.

The project included an HVAC upgrade, fire protec on and alarm system installa on.  The project also included the installa on of steel pla orms to support four new roof top units and interior finishes including doors, frames, paint, and millwork.


Montgomery College—Falcon Hall HVAC Upgrade 

Phase one of a mul ‐phase HVAC upgrade completed during the summer break on an occupied campus.

OWNER:

Montgomery College

LOCATION:

Takoma Park, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Burde e, Koehler, Murphy,  Associates

Project included demoli on, shoring, fuel oil tank removal as well as drywall, acous cal ceilings, and pain ng.

HVAC modifica ons included replacement of three (3) exis ng roo op AHUs in restricted work areas due to an exis ng truss system.

Also completed the addi on of structural support steel at the roof, cleaning and repain ng exis ng steel and added new stairs, gra ng and architectural mesh screening.

CONTRACT:

$2,829,537

PROJECT TYPE: Educa on


Johns Hopkins University —AMR II Dorm Renovation 

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Murdoch/Smith Architects 

CONTRACT:

$2,815,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

This project consisted of a 70,000 SF renova on of an exis ng dorm.

Project included demoli on of the exis ng ceilings, doors & select finishes.  New sprinkler and fire alarm , AHU, exhaust fans and terminal units installed.  The first floor areas were fully renovated.  New controls and communica on cabling was installed throughout dorm.  Snow guards installed on the exterior and new acous cal ceilings throughout.

All work was completed during the summer school break.


Northwest Hospital Lobby Upgrade 

OWNER:

LifeBridge Health 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Hord Coplan Macht   Architects, Inc 

CONTRACT:

New canopy constructed of stainless steel, custom glass panels, and architectural precast concrete

Exterior improvements included new asphalt turnaround, concrete paving, signage, site ligh ng, landscaping, and irriga on

Addi on and renova ons included airlock ves bule, recep on area, administra on offices, wheelchair  storage, and main lobby

New interior included millwork wall panels, sliding glass doors, carpet, ceilings, ligh ng, HVAC, and paint

$2,567,552

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 


Pandora Logistics Center

OWNER:

Pandora America

LOCATION:

Columbia, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Gensler & Associates

CONTRACT:

$2,463,900

PROJECT TYPE:

Office/Commercial

56,350 SF renovation of their existing facility and a general upgrade to all areas of the facility.

Scope included a 5,000 SF vault addition, impact resistant window film on all perimeter windows, rework/upgrade/enlargement of catering facilities, and addition of a 2,000 SF outdoor covered dining area.

Intricate logistics. The two phase sequence quickly changed into six phases.

P-C worked closely with the Owner and department heads to minimize disruptions.


UMBC–Chesapeake Hall 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more County 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

James Posey Associates 

CONTRACT:

$2,370,515

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

The Chesapeake Hall renova on project involved the replacement of the HVAC system of an exis ng dormitory and the related architectural elements

Major project features included 184 ver cal fan coil units, piping and all of the associated electrical and finishes work to accommodate the new units

The project also involved replacing all of the windows and exterior cast stone with a curtain wall system

All work was completed during the summer break with a six day week, ten hour day work schedule

Plano‐Coudon provided preconstruc on services including budge ng, scheduling and evalua ng the constructability of the project design


UMB–Saratoga Tower Renovation

OWNER:

University of Maryland, Baltimore

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Ayers, Saint, Gross Architects

CONTRACT:

$2,366,243

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

20,000 SF phased, occupied renovation on the 13th and 14th floors of a downtown building including office space, conference rooms, a board room and President’s office

Project included high end finishes, custom millwork, A/V system in the board room, new security, lighting HVAC and telecommunications systems

Project was completed while the building was fully occupied with limited storage and staging areas


JHU–Dunning Hall Renovation

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Melville Thomas Architects

CONTRACT:

$2,339,476

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

39,000 SF renovation from lab rooms into classrooms of an occupied four-story building

New HVAC system including a custom air handling unit built onsite in the 4th floor mechanical/ penthouse space

New electrical and plumbing systems, lighting and fire alarm system, and new bathrooms

Received 2008 Craftsmanship Award in recognition of exceptional craftsmanship for "Custom Sheetmetal Work"


JHU–Dunning Hall Lab Conversion

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Design Collective, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$2,287,472

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

9000 SF conversion of existing classrooms on the third and fourth floors into laboratories for the Biology Dept. and Mind/Brain Institute, and offices for the Psychological and Brain Sciences Dept.

Installation of an RO system, cold room, autoclave, clean bench, and fume hoods for the new lab spaces.


UMCP—LPS Low Vibration Lab Addition 

OWNER:

University of Maryland       College Park 

LOCATION:

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

HDR Architects, Inc. 

CONTRACT:

$2,090,498

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

4,000 SF ground‐up masonry laboratory addi on to an exis ng building.  Work included a new roo op unit, CCMS controls, and new electrical system. Shell finishes, including paint and dissipa ve flooring.

A major feature of the project included two RF shielded enclosures with 13 foot concrete pits that were built to house large experimental magnets.

The site access was extremely  ght and P‐C worked with the Owner and facili es manager to minimize disrup ons to the building’s occupants.


Riderwood Orchard Point

OWNER:

Erickson Living

LOCATION:

Silver Spring, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

Hord Coplan Macht

CONTRACT:

$2,110,526

PROJECT TYPE: Senior Living

 On several floors of an occupied senior living facility, Plano-Coudon completed major structural upgrades and building renovations to create a new bistro/restaurant and kitchen, a fitness center and four renovated apartments.  To reinforce slabs to support the new design, Plano-Coudon exposed and surveyed the existing Hambro joist system then developed shop drawings, managed fabrication and completed installation of customized angles and bracing.  The planned new restaurant spanned a corridor that connected residents to elevators and a bridge to an adjacent building. Consequently, Plano-Coudon used a series of temporary walls, partial walls and plastic barriers to separate residents from construction work while avoiding any shutdown of the corridor.  Plano-Coudon coordinated closely with building staff to plan and limit shutdowns, and structured work to limit construction noise and impact on occupied apartments.


UB–Forensics & General Sciences Labs

OWNER:

University of Baltimore

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Design Collective, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$2,064,249

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

6,500 SF renovation to administrative/classroom area into forensics teaching and general sciences labs on the 4th floor of an occupied building

New HVAC systems including two new dedicated RTUs, exhaust fans, DDC Controls, and seven lab compressor and vacuum systems

New electrical and plumbing systems

Wood lab casework and epoxy tops


UMB Howard Hall Animal Holding Facility

OWNER:

University of Maryland BalƟmore

LOCATION:

BalƟmore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Richter, Cornbrooks, Gribble, Inc.

CONTRACT:

3200SF interior renova on of 6th floor Howard Hall to accommodate a non‐human primate facility.

Area designed to accommodate animal holding rooms and laboratory support spaces for School of Medicine research.

Project included rebar reinforced concrete slab to support weight of animal cages, updated HVAC ductwork and VAVs, new wall par ons, as well as wall & floors epoxy finishes.

Work completed in an occupied se ng and using CMAR delivery method.

$1,923,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Higher EducaƟon


BGE Restroom Renovations

3,162 SF, 4 phased demoli on and renova on of restrooms, locker rooms and shower facili es of an occupied building.

OWNER:

BalƟmore Gas & Electric

LOCATION:

BalƟmore, Maryland

Work was phased to accommodate facility opera on requirements and regulatory codes.

ARCHITECT:

Arris, A Design Studio, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$1,850,413

Upgraded plumbing systems within the building while also providing upgrades to the exis ng architectural features, slight modifica ons to exis ng the HVAC system and electrical service, new building controls, and installa on of an updated sprinkler system.

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial


JHBMC–Crossroads Renovation 

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins Bayview   Medical Center 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Colimore Thoemke Architects 

CONTRACT:

17,500 SF outpa ent clinic and support office space

Provided design/build services with the architects and engineers which included design development from schema c through construc on comple on

Project completed in an occupied hospital on mul ple floors with access and noise restric ons

Project required close coordina on of outages so as not to disturb exis ng hospital func ons

$1,831,229

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 


Montgomery College—Resource Center HVAC Upgrade 

Phase one of a mul ‐phase HVAC upgrade to the Resource Center

Project work was completed during the summer break on an occupied campus.

Burde e, Koehler, Murphy,  Associates

Project included demoli on, mechanical improvements, storefront entry, drywall, acous cal ceilings and pain ng.

$1,818,342

HVAC modifica ons included ductwork, HVAC piping, electrical and roofing improvements.

Also provided an architectural chase to conceal new mechanical piping.

OWNER:

Montgomery College

LOCATION:

Takoma Park, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

CONTRACT:

PROJECT TYPE: Educa on


Howard County Conservancy

At the Howard County Conservancy, Plano-Coudon completed interior/exterior renovations and a 1,500 SF addition to provide the nonprofit with improved program space, administrative space, one large deck, exterior patio space and improved layout and accessibility.

To compensate for unexpected inaccuracies in the building’s original drawings, Plano-Coudon worked with the client and design team to revise construction plans mid-project, installed additional structural and even turned one unexpected construction challenge into a design opportunity. Specifically, crews covered a flaw in the foundation with a multi-colored, river-shaped epoxy that became a design feature.

In a tight and very active space, crews carefully scheduled activities and sited work to enable the Conservancy to continue normal operations, including school tours and wedding receptions.

Despite a six-week delay in obtaining a construction permit and heavy rains during construction, Plano-Coudon completed all work in time for the Conservancy’s planned ribbon cutting and fundraising event.

OWNER:

Howard County Conservancy

LOCATION:

Woodstock, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

Hord Coplan Macht

CONTRACT:

$1,705,000

PROJECT TYPE: Nonprofit


UMCP–BSL 3 Laboratory 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,   College Park 

Cer fied Level 3 Biosafety Laboratory

New HVAC System included bag in/bag out HEPA filtra on unit, welded seam stainless steel ductwork with bubble ght dampers, and differen al pressure monitors to each room

LOCATION:

College Park, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Ballinger

Project was fully commissioned using an independent commissioning agent

CONTRACT:

$1,681,506

Furnished & installed lab equipment including sterilizer with bioseal, biosafety cabinets and circular rodent racks

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 


Agape Mission Church

OWNER:

Agape Mission Church

LOCATION:

Elkridge, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Ziger/Snead LLP

CONTRACT:

$1,679,237

PROJECT TYPE:

Religious/Not for Profit

10,000 SF interior fit-out

Audio/visual, lighting, electrical and mechanical work was performed using design/build

Architectural features included: custom stainless steel railings, new exterior signage/entrance, new storefront entrance, wood grid ceiling, custom pivot doors and 100% blackout shades

Wall panel system constructed of interchangeable panels of birch, homosote, and translucent materials

Electrical work received the ABC Award of Excellence for the project


TexelTek, Inc. Interior Construction 

OWNER:

Corporate Office Proper es  Trust 

LOCATION:

Annapolis Junc on, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Arris, A Design Studio Inc. 

CONTRACT:

$1,630,732

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

24,000 SF fit‐out of a 5th floor building shell into two suites for COPT.

Scope of work included new HVAC, plumbing, SCIF construc on, architectural finishes and an electrical service upgrade.

Project required preac on sprinkler systems and large ceiling mounted air condi oning units to protect server room opera ons.


Biomere Vivarium Labs 

OWNER:

Biomedical Research Models, Inc 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

Dixon Salo Architects 

CONTRACT:

$1,626,547

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 

13,000 SF fit‐out of a rodent vivarium in an occupied building at the UMB Biopark

Clean room type finishes throughout including FRP wall panels, resinous flooring, and sealed ceilings

Included new MEP systems independent of the main building including a steam boiler system

Included a cage wash facility, sterilizer equipment, animal isola on and procedure rooms


180’s Brands World Headquarters

OWNER:

180’s Brands

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Design Collective

CONTRACT:

$1,618,507

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

2004 AIA Maryland Design Award

Construction manager at-risk project

Project included 45,000 SF of office renovation and 10,000 SF of R&D space

Project included 60’ high feature walls constructed out of light gauge framing and decorative millwork panels that supported cantilevered glass-wall conference rooms

R&D lab area included production and testing areas


UMB–Dental School 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more 

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:

RCG, Inc. 

CONTRACT:

$1,615,742

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

Mul ‐floor renova ons

New service rough‐ins and mechanical equipment room to support state‐of‐the‐art dental chairs and laboratory equipment

Project included modifica ons to drywall and storefront par ons in order to make the spaces HICFA compliant

Renova on of laboratory space complete with casework, epoxy tops, fume hoods, and full mechanical gas, air, vacuum and water services


City of Baltimore—Carroll Park Field House 

OWNER:

City of Bal more 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

N/A

CONTRACT:  

$1,385,000

PROJECT TYPE:  Athle c Facility 

Ground up construc on of a 4,100 SF field house  including mul ple bathrooms, a vending space, and a  shed / electric room to house all of the new electrical  panels & ligh ng. 

Project included demoli on of exis ng field house and  infill the 12’ basement to create a single story field  house. The field house consisted of two small split faced  block structures, with flat roofs, with a larger  architectural concrete  and steel canopy over the en re  space to create an outside covered gathering space. 

The installa on of baseball field ligh ng for two of the  exis ng parks baseball diamonds, with conduits included  for future expansion, as well as all new park street/ parking lot ligh ng.  


Northrop Grumman Office Fit‐Out 

OWNER:

Corporate Office Proper es Trust 

LOCATION:  

Aberdeen, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Arris A Design Studio 

CONTRACT:  

$1,253,481

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

This project is a 25,000sf fit out for Northrop  Grumman at COPT North Gate in Aberdeen.   

Project Included mul ple SCIF and classified IDF  rooms, as well as office, conference room, and  break room spaces.   


GBMC–Oncology Unit 

OWNER:

Greater Bal more   Medical Center 

LOCATION:  

Towson, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

LSC Design, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$1,144,978

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

9,500 SF fast track renova on, completed   in ten weeks 

Contract included asbestos abatement and  demoli on 

Replaced HVAC system to meet new air change  requirements 

Replaced Nurses Call System to meet the most  current technology 

All new finishes throughout the project 


UM School of Medicine–MRI Facility 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,   School of Medicine 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Colimore Gallow Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$1,071,341

PROJECT TYPE:  Life Sciences 

Construc on manager at‐risk project 

Preconstruc on services provided 

Project included removal of the auditorium floor  slab and installing a new slab on grade within the  building 

The roof and slabs were removed on three floors  to allow for a 15 ton magnet to be craned into the  basement of the building 

Project had a very  ght schedule to meet NIH  grant requirements 


Buckingham's Choice

OWNER:

Intergrace

LOCATION:

Adamstown, Maryland

ARCHITECT: 

Arris Design

CONTRACT:

$972,281

PROJECT TYPE: Senior Living

In an occupied senior living facility, Plano-Coudon completed interior renovations to the facility’s dining room, multi-purpose room, offices and corridors.

Crews installed prominent, architectural trusses in the updated dining room, a Nanawall separating the dining room and multi-purpose areas and bold lighting.

To achieve the desired expansion of the multi-purpose room and realignment of offices, Plano-Coudon removed load-bearing walls and structural steel, and installed new steel.

For the safety and convenience of residents, crews used partitions, negative air machines and other precautions. Residents could track the progress of the renovation through a window in the partitions.


UMB–Medical School Teaching Facility, 6th Floor 

OWNER:

University of Maryland,  Bal more

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Marshall Cra  Assoc.

CONTRACT:

$941,458

PROJECT TYPE: Educa on

4,000 SF renova on to the oncology, radiology, and pathology laboratory in an occupied facility

Installa on of new wood casework and Corian counter tops

Installa on of new shower and locker room for adjacent animal facility

Rework of exis ng HVAC and electrical systems


Imperial Capital Bank Renovations

OWNER:

The Kornblatt Company

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

MKA & Associates

CONTRACT:

$883,0650

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

New commercial space with a 1,460 SF cantilevered structural steel mezzanine in between two occupied floors

Project included a handicapped access lift, executive offices, custom millwork, vault room, ATM lobby, conference room, and break room

Constructed a custom spiral staircase and railing system with integrated curved glass panels


Skyline Technology Solutions Phase II

OWNER:

Skyline Technology Solutions

LOCATION:

Glen Burnie, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

Steven Kahle Architects, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$864,577

PROJECT TYPE: Commercial

Complete fit-out of 10,800 SF of previously undeveloped space in a core-and-shell building to create offices, common area, washrooms and kitchen.

The space’s modern design included the installation of a polished concrete floor, ceiling clouds, new storefront systems and bold, commercial finishes.

Project included structural upgrades and all new MEP systems, including new rooftop air-handling units, additional electrical sub-panels, and tie-ins to main electrical and water lines.


The Women’s Industrial Exchange 

OWNER:

The Women’s Industrial  Exchange of Bal more 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Gant, Hart, Brune  Architects 

CONTRACT:  

$816,361

PROJECT TYPE:  Residen al 

Renova ons to offices, conference room and  seven apartments 

All new electrical, plumbing, mechanical and fire  protec on systems provided 

Exterior renova ons included window  replacement and masonry restora on 

Historic tax credit project 

Plano‐Coudon awarded a Historic Preserva on  Award from the Bal more Heritage Group in  recogni on of the restora on and reuse of the  building  


Yorkewood Clubhouse

OWNER:

Belvedere at Yorkewood, LLC

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

Penza Bailey Architects

CONTRACT:

$809,862

PROJECT TYPE: Residential

At the Yorkewood Apartments complex, Plano-Coudon completed ground-up, stick-built construction of a 2,100 SF leasing office and laundry facility.

Plano-Coudon completed a full site work package, including demolition of a single-story parking garage, grading, stormwater management, and construction of a new parking lot and playground.

Plano-Coudon collaborated with architects to successfully deliver a design-build MEP package for the modern building, which is comprised of two sections with pitched roofs connected by a portion of building with a flat roof. The design features oversized windows, glass walls, exposed ductwork and modern finishes.


RMF Engineering Offices

OWNER:

Corporate Office Properties Trust

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Notari Associates

CONTRACT:

$767,452

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

Office fit-out of 29,500 SF

12 week fast track schedule

Custom millwork in reception area and conference room


GBMC Milton J. Dance, Jr. Head and Neck Center Expansion

OWNER:

Greater BalƟmore Medical Center

LOCATION:  

BalƟmore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:  

Freeman Architecture

CONTRACT:  

$766,642

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare  

6,000 SF phased interior expansion and  renova on 

While adhering to ICRA standards, the  modifica ons /expansion included upgrades to  the exis ng architectural features, the addi onal  of new architectural features, the upgrades to  exis ng the HVAC system, upgrade to electrical  service, installa on of an up to date sprinkler  system, etc.  


Nemetschek Vectorworks Renovations 

OWNER:

Nemetschek NA 

LOCATION:  

Columbia, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Benne Frank McCarthy 

CONTRACT:  

$751,729

PROJECT TYPE:  Commercial 

Occupied interior and exterior renova on of a  COPT‐owned building to include architectural,  mechanical and electrical upgrades to 13,725 SF  of office spaces.  

Mechanical and electrical scope was design/ build.   

Installa on of sky lights and new exterior pa o  completes scope of work at exterior.  


BCPS Commodore John Rodgers Library

OWNER:

Baltimore City Public Schools

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

JRS Architects

CONTRACT:

$737,184

PROJECT TYPE: K-12

Complete renovation and modernization of a secondstory, 4,500 SF library/media center, including new finishes, lighting and casework.

Project was completed within a tight timeframe in an occupied building. Plano-Coudon coordinated work with school staff who were conducting summer school and other programs, and with a separate construction team which was replacing the school’s roof at the same time.

Midway through the project, Plano-Coudon discovered serious structural issues in the building’s signature, stained glass, which had been installed in the 1970s. Plano-Coudon recruited a stained glass artist and specialty welder to fix the structure, restore the glass and deliver improved lighting to the library.


Honeywell/COPT Common Area

OWNER:

COPT

LOCATION:

Columbia, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  CONTRACT:

In an occupied office building, Plano-Coudon renovated a two-story building lobby, three additional stairwells, internal corridors and other common spaces.

The lobby renovation included installation of numerous decorative features – a drop-in cloud ceiling, Interlam wall panels, glass railings along the staircase, wood cladding around the elevators, new lighting and a stone tile floor imported from Italy.

Plano-Coudon upgraded interior walls by laminating drywall to existing panels. Crews also replaced all finishes on other stairways, corridors and common areas.

To avoid impacting daily operations in the building, crews conducted all work at night and tidied away materials and equipment to ensure common areas were available for use by morning. The project was completed within 14 weeks.

Brown Craig Turner $708,000

PROJECT TYPE: Commercial


Concentra Medical Clinic 

OWNER:

Concentra Health Services, Inc. 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

Page Southerland Page, LLP 

CONTRACT:  

$672,417

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

7,400 SF medical clinic fit out in 100 S. Charles  Street Building 

Clinic included x‐ray room, darkroom, eight exam  rooms, two procedure rooms, and a physical  therapy area with five treatment bays 

Fast track project completed in eight weeks 

Mechanical and electrical systems were delivered  using design‐build 


UMMC—T3N Office Renovation and On Call Shower Room  

OWNER:

University of Maryland Medical  Center 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

George Vaeth Associates, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$663,308

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

This project was the 3,500 SF conversion of an  exis ng pharmacy into office spaces.   

The conversion required complete demoli on of an  exis ng pharmacy that was situated directly above  the Shock Trauma Triage area.  

This required extensive infec on control measures in  Triage in order to remove the dumbwaiter, it’s  enclosure walls, and to infill the floor opening with  structural steel and concrete.  

This project had mul ple phases in order to keep  adjacent offices and medical support areas  accessible.  


Our Lady of the Angels Chapel

OWNER:

St. Mary’s Seminary and University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Murphy & Dittenhafer, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$653,003

PROJECT TYPE:

Religious/Not for Profit

Renovated 7,500 SF of office space in the historic chapel located at the Charles Town Retirement Village

Renovations were phased to allow owner occupancy throughout construction

Renovations included selective demolition, custom millwork, replacement of exterior windows, new interior finishes, and MEP systems


Baltimore City Public Schools Arlington Elementary School Media Center 

OWNER:

Bal more City Public Schools  System 

LOCATION:  

Bal more, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

JRS Architects, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$649,214

PROJECT TYPE:  Educa on 

This project consisted of a 3,100 SF renova on of  the exis ng library to a media center. 

Project included demoli on of the exis ng library  space to prepare for new construc on—new  office area, custom millwork book cases,  children’s reading area, reference desk, flooring  with custom cut flooring pa ern, entrance doors,  replacement windows, pain ng, HVAC system,  ligh ng and A/V system. 

All work was completed during the summer  school break. 


JHU Barton Hall

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT: 

Murdoch Architects

CONTRACT:

In Johns Hopkins University’s century-old Barton Hall, Plano-Coudon completed a phased renovation to create a new laser lab and student lounge.

The project included demolition of the existing space; construction of a temporary lounge, a teaching lab and permanent lounge; installation of new mechanical and electrical systems; improvements to the building’s sprinkler system; and completion of architectural improvements to a main floor corridor, including installation of a large, custom glass wall.

Plano-Coudon organized project work to minimize impact on students and other end-users of the occupied building. It also managed work efficiently enough to incorporate real-time water service replacement to the building to support sprinkler design and permitting, and complete the fast-paced project within its five-month schedule.

$611,035

PROJECT TYPE: Higher Education


Ellicott City Retaining Wall

OWNER:

Howard County

LOCATION:

Ellicott City, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

McCormick Taylor

CONTRACT:

$598,167

To stabilize a portion of the embankment along the Tiber River in Ellicott City, Plano-Coudon installed a 40 by 16 foot imbricated stone retaining wall. The 90-day project included site cleanup, construction of a temporary shoring wall, sourcing and placing large granite blocks, install grouted rip-rap along stream bed, and back-filing the wall with flowable fill.

The extremely tight site limited crews to positioning heavy equipment on the road above the river. PlanoCoudon and our subcontractors outfitted an excavator with specialized attachments, including an extended boom and grappling claw, in order to maneuver all materials into place.

The work site butted up against a building which housed a gift shop that sold fragile figurines. To ensure that construction did not impact the building or the shop’s inventory, Plano-Coudon brought in an engineer to assess the building’s condition, placed vibration sensors on the side of the building and closely monitored levels.

PROJECT TYPE: Municipal/Local Government 


Boxhill Pediatrics - MedStar

OWNER:

MedStar Ambulatory Services

LOCATION:

Bel Air, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

Rubeling & Associates

CONTRACT:

$565,565

PROJECT TYPE: Healthcare 

At an occupied MedStar healthcare facility in Bel Air, Plano-Coudon built out a 5,000 SF pediatrician’s practice, including examination rooms, offices, waiting area and rest rooms.

The project site was surrounded by active physicians’ offices, surgical centers and a cancer treatment center. Consequently, Plano-Coudon followed Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) standards to prevent migration of any bacteria or dust. Plano-Coudon also engaged in strategic scheduling and completed large portions of work outside of medical office hours to maintain the required project schedule.

To meet the client’s schedule, Plano-Coudon delivered the completed facility within three months.


Hillendale/Halstead PAL Center

OWNER:

Baltimore County

LOCATION:

Parkville, Maryland 

ENGINEERS: 

Columbia Engineering & KCI Technologies, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$518,455

PROJECT TYPE:

Municipal

Deep-foundation stabilization of a recreation center which was experiencing differential settlement.

Excavated the exterior of the building foundation, removed portions of the interior slab, drilled 94 exterior and interior piles beneath the foundation, and bolted those piles to original footers in order to stabilize the building.

Prior to construction, Plano-Coudon and partners researched the building’s history, conducted on-site tests and developed a repair plan designed to limit both project costs and downtime at the community center.

Installed new flooring, repainted walls and refreshed other interior finishes to give center a like-new appearance.


UMMC—4STA Patient Unit Renovation  

OWNER:

University of Maryland Medical  Center

LOCATION:

Bal more, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Harris Kupfer Architects, Inc.

CONTRACT:

$493,689

PROJECT TYPE: Healthcare

This project was a renova on of an exis ng 20 bed inpa ent care unit to be u lized as a Trauma step‐ down unit.

This project involved light demoli on, minor electrical and mechanical upgrades, some new wall and door configura ons in support space areas, and new architectural finishes.

This project was fast paced, with an aggressive schedule, and included long lead finish items.


Law Offices of Cowie & Mott

OWNER:

Cowie & Mott, P.A.

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

Denise Design Studio

CONTRACT:

$454,710

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial

Provided general contracting services for this project, which included a complete gut of three historic buildings in Baltimore’s waterfront neighborhood of Canton

Installation of very high-end materials and systems

Project was completed while the floors above the law offices and the adjacent buildings were occupied


Thomas Johnson Elementary/Middle School Media Center

OWNER:

Baltimore City Public Schools

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT:

JRS Architects Inc.

CONTRACT:

$442,148

PROJECT TYPE:

Education

2500 SF renovation of the existing library into a media center, as well as two classrooms, storages rooms and the media center office.

Work consisted of custom wood veneer bookcases, children’s reading area, and reference desk. Also provided new linoleum floors with custom patterns, paint, lighting, doors, frames and hardware, custom aluminum storefront entrance, HVAC, fire protection, fire alarm, drywall and ACT. Power, data/voice and audio visual cabling and terminations were provided.

Asbestos abatement and demolition activities were performed prior to the start of construction.


Friedberg Concert Hall

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland 

ARCHITECT: 

SM+P Architects

CONTRACT:

$438,757

At one of America’s oldest concert halls, Plano-Coudon completed a meticulous renovation to both expand the stage and improve the hall’s acoustics. The scope of work included demolition, rough carpentry, finish carpentry, miscellaneous metal work, and upgrades to mechanical and electrical systems.

To improve the hall’s acoustics, Plano-Coudon worked with a sound engineer from Europe who guided selection and installation of materials. Acoustical improvements included the installation of baffles within the HVAC system, renovations to the stage floor and a three-week hunt to locate a textile mill that could supply a specific, cloth underlay for the maple floor.

Plano-Coudon also added two wings to the stage, pushed out the front of the stage by five feet and installed extensive, fine millwork, including custom, curved panels and curved doors.

PROJECT TYPE:   Higher Education


Cho Benn Holback + Associates Offices

Construction manager at-risk project

Provided preconstruction services

OWNER:

Cho Benn Holback + Associates

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

Complete fit-out of entire 14th floor of a 27-story building

ARCHITECT:

Cho Benn Holback + Associates

Work was completed while adjacent floors were occupied

CONTRACT:

$373,863

PROJECT TYPE:

Commercial


JHU Bloomberg McQueen Lab Renovation

OWNER:

Johns Hopkins University

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland 

CONSULTING ENGINEER:

Kovacs Whitney & Associates

CONTRACT:

$288,030

In an occupied and active scientific research building, Plano-Coudon retrofitted a laboratory to support customized equipment and cutting-edge research.

Crews installed three massive, high-temperature furnaces which had been custom built by manufacturers in Europe and Asia to facilitate creation of and experimentation with crystals used in electronics.

To support the furnaces, Plano-Coudon completed extensive mechanical and electrical upgrades within the 1,300 SF lab, including installing supplemental cooling, chilled water modifications, two lab gas loops, and large safety switches.

Plano-Coudon coordinated with the design engineer to adjust the chilled water upgrades mid-project in order to meet unexpected requirements of the custom furnaces. Plano-Coudon also coordinated closely with building staff and tenants to ensure that work did not impact ongoing research in other laboratories.

PROJECT TYPE: Higher Education


GBMC–Retina Specialists 

OWNER:

Greater Bal more   Medical Center 

LOCATION:  

Towson, Maryland 

ARCHITECT:  

CSD, Inc. 

CONTRACT:  

$256,353

PROJECT TYPE:  Healthcare 

General contractor for the renova on of this  2,200 SF medical office 

Construc on schedule included nights and  weekends 

Prac ce remained in opera on without  interrup on throughout the project 


National Aquarium Gift Shop

OWNER:

National Aquarium

LOCATION:

Baltimore, Maryland

ARCHITECT: 

Event Networks

CONTRACT:

$137,490

PROJECT TYPE: Retail

Gut renovation of the National Aquarium Gift Shop that included removing and replacing carpeting, drywall, lighting, display units and other interior finishes and fixtures.

Project included installation of an architectural feature on the ceiling. A custom combination of paint, lighting and an oval, three-dimensional grid, the ceiling feature was designed to create a subsea feel inside the retail space.

Completed project within nine weeks to minimize disruption of the Aquarium’s retail activities.


Brady Avenue Storage Shed

OWNER:

Baltimore County

LOCATION:

Halethrope, Maryland 

CONTRACT:

$123,738

PROJECT TYPE: Municipal/Local Government

At a Baltimore County highways depot, Plano-Coudon provided crews with an improved facility to store and retrieve materials for road patches and other repairs. The project involved building a 20 by 40 foot shed around existing storage bins.

Plano-Coudon brought in a structural engineer to resolve design issues when planned footings for the shed hit obstacles not shown on site drawings.

To meet the county’s pressing need for the new facility, Plano-Coudon completed construction three weeks ahead of schedule.


Fairhaven – Apartment Renovations

OWNER:

Integrace

LOCATION:

Sykesville, Maryland 

CONTRACT:

$35,000 per unit (average)

At the Fairhaven senior living community, Plano-Coudon completed a series of fast-track apartment renovations. The scope of work included installing all new finishes, flooring and cabinetry, as well as updating bathrooms.

Each apartment was renovated on a four-week timeline. On several occasions, Plano-Coudon accelerated work and delivered finished units ahead of schedule in order to meet desired move-in dates by new owners.

Working in occupied, residential buildings, Plano-Coudon staff and subcontractors tailored work schedules to minimize inconveniences to residents.

PROJECT TYPE:   Senior Living

Plano-Coudon General Qualifications September 2017