Cole Field House Renovations

Rejuvenating The Terrapins' Indoor Practice Facility

Kaempf & Harris undertook phase one of the Cole Field House renovations in April 2016 and completed it in August 2017. This project will take place in 3 phases transforming the building into a 356,000 square foot facility. 

The renovations will turn Cole Field House into one of the largest NCAA indoor facilities in the country. Kaempf & Harris coordinated with a design team to create an innovative design for the facility. This design included two 60,000 CFM air rotation units that will cycle indoor air with the help of roof mounted fans.

The restricted ceiling space created unique challenges for the Kaempf & Harris team. The team had to install the ductwork and piping to serve the perimeter offices while leaving space for the second phase of renovations.

Now, Kaempf & Harris will be turning their attention to phase two of the renovations. 

Project Stats

Project Type: 
Renovation, Cole Field House

Project Specs:
356,000 Square Feet

General Contracting Partner:
Gilbane Building Company

Mechanical Contracting Partner:
EMJAY Engineering and Construction Company

Location:
The University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

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