UDC RELOCATION OF LAW LIBRARY PROJECT
DAVID A. CLARKE SCHOOL OF LAW
University of the District of Columbia
Academic and Admin spaces within UDC Law Library
The project included architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, estimating, code compliance, life safety, quality control review, scheduling, space
planning, and sustainability within the scope of work.
Architectural scope required a building interior build-out designed in conformance with programming requirements developed through extensive interviews with the UDC Law School Staff and Faculty, as well as regional codes and UDC facility standards.
Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing scope included HVAC, component/system assessments and design, focusing on occupant environmental comfort, longevity of equipment, operating energy efficiency, decreased maintenance, life-cycle analysis, specialized archival room for storage of historic legal documents donated by District Judges, and ease of maintenance access to equipment.
DC Green Building Code Compliant | Sustainable Design | Isolated Critical Conditions Archive Room Design | Bi-polar Ionization Generator for Indoor Air Quality | Acoustic Analysis to Optimize Classroom Conditions | A/V Design | HAZMAT Remediation | ADA/ABA Accessible | Project Phasing to Protect and Preserve Occupied Spaces During Renovation