Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention

Henry Adams is providing the MEP engineering design for the new Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention.

The Cade Museum will be an interactive museum that fosters creativity in individuals to inspire the minds of future inventors and early entrepreneurs. The museum will feature exhibits highlighting the invention of Gatorade, a history of great American inventors, as well as interactions of the brain. The museum will also include hands-on exhibits and workshops designed to inspire creativity.

The museum will be constructed in two phases. Phase I will be 25,400 SF and will include a main hall in the center, a fabrication lab, a creativity lab, classrooms, and neuroscience, entrepreneurship, and Gatorade exhibit halls. Phase two of the Cade Museum is expected to expand the museum by an additional 24,000 SF.

The mechanical engineering scope includes HVAC and associated building controls. The plumbing engineering scope includes sanitary, vent, water, gas, and fire suppression systems.

The electrical engineering scope includes power distribution, interior building lighting, site lighting, lighting controls, and lightning protection. The communications engineering scope includes telecommunications/data, cable television, and public address. The electronic safety and security scope includes addressable fire alarm systems, intrusion detection system, and video surveillance system.

Additional Information:

LocationGainesville, MD
Completion Date
Construction Value $10,000,000
OwnerCade Museum for Creativity + Invention
ArchitectGWWO, Inc./Architects
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