Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, District Utility Plant

Henry Adams served as the prime consultant for the design of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory District Utility Plant (DUP). The DUP is approximately 15,600 GSF and provides chilled water, heating water, normal power, and emergency power to new and existing buildings at the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) campus. The scope of work included a new pre-engineered building, which was enhanced to match exterior elements of the adjacent Building 17. Detailing was developed to provide brick/simulated stone facade and an aluminum accent panel. The floor plan inside the building is utility space, operator’s office, and toilet facilities. Finalizing the DUP building location was a major issue and was effected by revisions made to the master plan during design.

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Construction Value $8,000,000
OwnerJohns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
ArchitectCSD Architects
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