University of Maryland Whittle-Johnson and Pyon-Chen Residence Halls and Dining Facility

The Heritage Community, a three-building complex with adjoining courtyards comprises a unified home for the Honors College and serves as the university’s largest and most prestigious living-learning community. The complex includes two 440-bed residence halls and the 1,200-seat Yahentamitsi Dining Hall. Designed with energy efficiency in mind, the residence halls have floor-to-ceiling windows at each corner, and include amenities like seminar rooms, kitchens, quiet study rooms, multipurpose spaces, and bike storage areas. The dining hall serves up to 15,000 students daily and is designed to be open eighteen hours daily. The project achieved LEED Silver certification as a part of LEED Campus.

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College Park, Maryland 361,450 square feet Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, Acoustics, Lighting, Energy Modeling, Sustainability Silver Ayers/Saint/Gross Inc. Keith Isaacs Photo, LLC

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