Southern MD Higher Education Center – New Classroom Building

This project includes a $355,000.00 design to budget for Telecommunications Cabling systems to include: Enhanced Category 5 Type (voice, data, RF video), videoconferencing, outside plant fiber optic, along with inside horizontal & vertical plant station cables and associated infrastructure. The project is a new classroom building inclusive of approximately twenty (40 seat) classroom type spaces throughout two floors of the building. Project responsibilities included: specifications for telecommunications distribution rooms, audiovisual presentation systems, all IDF/MDF rooms, outside plant cross-connect cabling systems, cable tray, telecommunications cabling systems and associated infrastructure, project management of installed systems through acceptance testing, concluding with construction administration project management through systems testing and acceptance. The design scope commenced with a schematic design phase that reflected feasibility requirements and budgets, along with comments from discussions in the initial needs analysis meetings. Project highlights include the outlining of details to connect the new outside plant cabling to current campus buildings and communications systems. The project is a two-year, multi-phase design project. The project has been successfully complete since January 2002.


Architect: Walton Madden Cooper Robinson Poness Architects

Location: California, Maryland
Construction Cost: $9 MILLION
Gross Square Footage: 60,000 square feet

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