Clark Constructing Baltimore's 1812 Ashland Ave.
BALTIMORE – FC 1812 Ashland, LLC recently awarded Clark a $26 million contract for the 1812 Ashland Ave. building.
Clark is constructing the 175,000 square-foot core and shell building with 2,500 square feet of retail space on the corner of Ashland and Rutland Avenues. The seven-story building will feature a cast-in-place concrete structure constructed on a series of foundation spread footings. The building will contain elevated slabs consisting of conventionally-reinforced two-way flat slabs. The building’s façade will be comprised of an air-vapor barrier system around punched windows. The façade will feature a rain-screen system made of fiber cement panels and corrugated metal panels. The lower level façade will be comprised of brick and curtain wall at the main entrance and throughout the retail space.
When complete, 1812 Ashland Ave. will feature laboratory space, offices, and other support spaces for the neighboring Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins.
The project is designed to achieve LEED® Silver certification.
Project architects include Perkins + Will of Washington, D.C., and McKissack & McKissack of Baltimore, Md.
Construction is currently underway and substantial completion is scheduled for May 2016.