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STATE OF MARYLAND 
MARVIN MANDEL, GOVERNOR 



SUPPLEMENT SHOWING 

PRELIMINARY PLANS 

AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS FOR 
MAJOR BUILDING PROJECTS IN THE 

1978 FISCAL YEAR 
CAPITAL BUDGET 




DEPARTMENT OF STATE PLANNING 



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MARVIN MANDEL, GOVERNOR 



SUPPLEMENT SHOWING 

PRELIMINARY PLANS 

AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS FOR 
MAJOR BUILDING PROJECTS IN THE 
1978 FISCAL YEAR CAPITAL BUDGET 






DEPARTMENT OP STATE PLANNING 



in cooperation with 
DEPARTMENT OF GENERA.L SERVICES 



February 1977 



Publication No. 27O-A 



Department of State Planning 
State Office Building 
301 W. Preston Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21201 



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This Supplement to the 1978 Fiscal Year Capital Budget 
contains the preliminary plans and outline specifications 
for major construction projects included therein. 

The purpose of this Supplement is to assist in visualizing 
the projects and their functions. It should be studied with 
the Capital Budget Report. This document is designed to 
meet the requirement of Article 15A, Section 10 of the 
Annotated Code of Maryland which calls for the submittal of 
preliminary plans and outline specifications for major 
permanent construction projects at the time the constiruction 
funds are requested and Article 88C, Section 10 of the Annotated 
Code of Maryland covering submittal of required programs and 
changes in projects after preliminary plans are completed. 

The estimated building costs given in the Supplement include 
all fees involved. 



TABLE OF COKITENTS 

Page 

MILITARY DEPAHTMENT: 

General H. C. Ruhl Armory - Towson h 



DEPARTMENT OP HEALTH AM) MENTAL HYGIENE: 

Aging and Chronically 111 Services Administration: 

Renovation Center Core 5 Wards - Western Mainland Center. . 8 
Renovation Toilet Rooms - Mount Wilson Center 10 

Mental Hygiene Administration: 

Upper Shore Comprehensive Mental Health Center - 

Chestertown 12 

Renovation Red Brick Cottage - Spring Grove Hospital 

Center 16 

Juvenile Services Administration: 

Renovation Tawes Building and Bond Cottage - Montrose 

School 20 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AOT) CORRECTIONAL SERVICES: 
Division of Correction: 

Conversion of Correctional Camp Center to Medium Security 

- Jessup 26 

128-Bed Medium Security Facility - Maryland Correctional 

Training Center 28 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: 

Addition and Alterations to Eastern Shore Regional Resoiirce 
Center (Wicomico County Free Libraiy) 32 



UNIYERSITY OF MARYLAffl): 

Addition and Renovation to Mathematics Building - 

College Park Campus 36 

New School of Pharmacy Building - Baltimore City Campus . . kO 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES OP THE STATE UNITERSITIES AND COLLEGES: 

Remodeling of Frost Hall - Frostburg State College 14+ 

Addition to the Academic Center - University of Baltimore . 1+6 



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MILITARY DEPAETMENT 

The Heniy C. Ruhl Armory- 
York F.oad and 1-695 - Towson 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

The Armory will be approximately 28,300 gross square feet. In addition 
to the drill hall, the Armory will have classrooms, a library, administrative 
offices, supply and armament rooms, and a firing range. 

PRELIMIMEY PLAITS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at right. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Masonry: Brick cavity insulated block back up - 

painted. 

Structure Steel frame. 

Roof k ply built up on gypsum deck insulated. , 

Interior Block painted. 

Ceilings Acoustical tile lay in system. 

Floors Vinyl asbestos tile in offices, classrooms, and locker 

rooms. Wood floor in drill hall. 

Electric As required. 

Heating Forced air as required. 

Plumbing As required. 

Air Conditioning . . Offices, Classrooms, and data center. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

Construction $730,000 

Utilities 25,000 

Site Improvements 200,000 

Total $955,000 







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AGING AM) CHRONICALLY ILL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 

RENOVATION OP CENTER CORES IN FIVE WARDS 
Western Maryland Center 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

This project is to renovate the center core in each of five wards to 
assure compliance with applicable standards. The area to be renovated 
has a net assignable area of 9,210 sqiiare feet comprising patient toilet 
and bathing facilities, nursing station, staff toilets and utility rooms. 

PRELIMINARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at rigjit. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Existing masonry. 

Structure Existing reinforced concrete. 

Roof Existing built-up. 

Interior New ajid existing masonry and plaster partitions. 

New solid core wood doors and hollow metal frames. 

Ceilings New and existing plaster and acoustic. 

^l°°^s New and existing tile and resilient. 

Electric Existing systems extended and modified. 

New fixtures. 

Heating Existing system modified to meet new requirements. 

Plumbing Existing systems extended and modified. 

New fixtures and new showers. 

Air Conditioning . . Existing system modified to meet new requirements. 

Miscellaneous. . . . New counters, cabinets and equipment in Nurses' 

stations. 



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J^^^Sn $ 28,000 

Renovation 1,300.000 

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AGING Am CHRONICALLY ILL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 

SIXTEE2T ADDITIONAL TOILETS AND ALTERATION TO EXISTING TOILETS AND BATHS 
ON 3rd AND i+th FLOORS 
Mount Wilson Center 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

This project is to add toilet and bath facilities as well as alter existing 
facilities on the 3rd and i+th floors to eliminate the need for waivers to 
licensure requirements. 

PRELIMINARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at right. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Existing masonry. 

Structure Existing fire-resistive. 

Roof Existing. 

Interior New and existing masonry and plaster partitions. 

New and existing solid core door and hollow metal frames. 

Ceilings New and existing plaster and acoustic. 

Floors New and existing tile and resilient. 

Electric Existing systems extended and modified. 

New fixtures. 

Heating Existing system modified to meet new requirements. 

(Presently being installed.) 

Plumbing ...... New and existing systems. 

New plumbing fixtures and showers. 

Air Conditioning . . Existing systems modified to meet new requirements. 

(Presently being installed. ) 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

Design $ 5,500 

Construction 228,000 

Total $ 233,500 



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UPPER EASTERN SHORE COMPREHENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 
Chestertown 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

This project is for the construction of an 82,000 gross square foot, one- 
story, 100 bed facility for the treatment and recovery of psychiatric patients 
of the five Upper Shore Coimties. Also included in the construction will be 
a semidetached facility (l5 beds) for the detention of juvenile delinquents 
under the supervision and direction of the Department of Juvenile Services. 

PRELIMINARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIPICATIONS 

Plans are shovm at ri^t. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Masonry and precast panels. 

Structure Reinforced concrete and structural steel. 

Roof . Pitched shingle. 

-Interior msonry, plaster and dry wall partitions. 

Ceilings Plaster, dry wall and acoustic. 

Floors Tile and resilient. 

Electric Systems as required - emergency generator, nurses' 

call system, fire and smoke detection. 

Heating Method not yet specified. 

Plumbing Systems as required. 

Air Conditioning . . Method not yet specified. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

Design $ 295,000 

Construction 5,500,000 

Utilities 280,000 

Site Improvements 275,000 

$ 6,350,000 







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MEINTAL HYGIENE ADMINISTRATION 

RENOVATION OF ONE RED BRICK COTTAGE 
Spring Grove Hospital Center 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

This project is to renovate one of the Red Brick Cottages to tring it into 
compliance with applicatle standards and regulations. The renovation of this 
17,000 gross sqioare foot building will provide modernized bath and toilet 
facilities, patient rooms of k beds each or less and air conditioning. 

PRELUHNARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at right. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Existing masonry. 

Struct-ure Existing reinforced concrete. 

Roof Existing pitched shingle. 

Interior Existing and new masonry, plaster and drywall 

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Existing and new solid core door and hollow metal 

frames. 

Ceilings Existing and new plaster and acoustic. 

^l°o^s Existing and new tile and resilient. 

Electric All systems to be upgraded to meet requirements. 

New fixtures. 

Heating System to be upgraded to meet new requirements. 

Plumbing All systems to be upgraded and modified to meet new 

requirements. 

New fire prevention facilities as required. 

New plumbing fixtirres. 

Air Conditioning . . New system to be installed. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

J^^^en $ 25,000 

Renovation U2^.000 

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JUVENILE SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 

RENOVATION OP TAWES BUILDING Affl) BOND COTTAGE 
Montrose School 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

The Tawes Building will be converted to a central food preparation facility I 
for Montrose School ajid a dining room for the Gill Campus of the School The ' 
first floor of the Bond Cottage will be the central dining room for the adolescent 
girls from the Field Campus. TTie second floor will become a l6-bed dormitory 
with individual rooms, while the basement will provide recreation areas. 

PRELmiMEY PLAUS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at right. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Existing masonry. 

Structure Existing of various types. 

^°°^ Existing of various types. 

Interior New and existing masonry and plaster partitions. 

Ceilings New and existing plaster and acoustic. 

^^°°^^ New and existing tile and resilient. 

^®°"'^^^° All systems to be upgraded and extended to meet 

new requirements. New fixtures. 

Heating Existing system to be upgraded and modified to 

meet new requirements. 

Plumbing All systems to be upgraded and modified to meet 

new requirements. New fixtures. 

Air Conditioning . . Dining and recreation areas will be air-conditioned. 

Miscellaneous. ... New kitchen equipment. 

Refrigerated boxes. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

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CAMP CENTER CONVERSION TO MEDIUM SECURITY INSTITUTION 
Marylaxid Correctional Camp Center Headqxiarters - Jessup 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

The Minimum Security Housing Unit at the Correctional Camp Center - Jessup 
is to be converted into a Medium Security Housing facility. Necessary 
security hardware will te installed in the existing structure to convert 
the facility to Medium Security Housing Unit. In addition, a double security 
fence and h guard towers will be installed around the outdoor recreational 
area. The conversion will provide approximately ^00 additional Medium Security 
Beds. 

PRELIMINARY PLAUS AM) OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at right. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Existing structiire. 

Structure Existing structure. 

Roof Existing structure. 

Interior II4 new cell blocks. 

Ceilings Existing structure. 

Floors Existing structTire. 

Electric As required for lifting controls, emergency lighting, 

smoke detection and central communication control. 

Heating Existing system. 

Plumbing Modify as necessary to accommodate new cells and 

necessary sprinklers. 

Air Conditioning . . Administrative areas to include necessary mixing 

system, chillers, condensers, etc. 

Miscellaneous. . . . Perimeter security fencing with guard towers and 

sally port entry. 

ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

Const37Uction $ 1,^35,000 

Utilities 80,000 

Site Improvements 146^,000 

Total $ 1,980,000 



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DIVISION OF CORRECTION 

128 BED MEDIUM SECURITY HOUSING DORMITORY 
Maryland Correctional Training Center - Hagerstown 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

This building of 20,200 gross square feet is to house 128 medium security- 
inmates and will be located adjacent to and abutting on the Maryland 
Correctional Training Center. 

PRELIMINARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plan3 are shown at rig^it. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Prefabricated concrete panel with steel structioral 

support . 

Structure Bearing walls with metal roof trusses. 

Roof Wood deck with composition shingles. 

Interior Cement asbestos panels. 

Ceilings Dry wall construction. 

I'loors Resilient tile. 

Electric Standard for this type structure. 

Heating Steam heat system. 

Plumbing Standard for this type building. 

Air Conditioning . . Ventilation fans in the corridors. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

Construction $ 1,I].25,000 

Utilities 2^0,000 

Site Improvements 280,000 

Equipment 20,800 

Total $ 1,975,800 



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ADDITION AND ALTEEIATIONS TO 

EASTERN SHORE REGIONAL RESOURCE CENTER 

Wicomico County Free Library - Salisbury, Maryland 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

Construction of an addition and alterations to the Wicomico County Free 
Library in Salisbury, which serves as the Eastern Shore Regional Resource 
Center. The addition will be 28,000 square feet, and the present structiire 
to be altered is 21,000 square feet, for a total of 149 » 000 square feet. 

PRELIMINARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at ri^t. Outline specifications are: 

Escterior walls . . . Brick cavity type. 

Stiructure Steel framing. 

Roof Plat type - built up. 

Interior Concrete masonry units; dry wall. 

Ceilings Suspended acoustic. 

Floors Resilient, carpet. 

Electric To be determined. 

Heating To be determined. 

Plumbing To be determined. 

Air Conditioning . . Total environmental control. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST (State share requested in GCL: $1,620,000) 

Land $ 72,000 

Design 120,000 

Construction 2,020,000 

Site Improvements 5»000 

Equipment and Furnishings 160,000 

Total $ 2,377,000 



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PROPOSED ADDITION AND ALTERATIONS 

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UNIVERSITY OF MAEYLAUD 

ADDITION TO AND RENOVATION OP 
THE MATHHVIATICS BUILDING 
College Park Campus 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

Construction of a new addition of approximately 20,000 gross square feet 
and a major renovation of the 117)000 square foot Mathematics Building, 
including central air conditioning. 

PRELIMINARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at ri^t. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Brick cavity. 

Structure Concrete. 

Roof Plat type - "built up. 

Interior Concrete masonry units; dry wall. 

Ceilings Suspended acoustic. 

Floors Resilient, carpet. 

Electric As required. 

Heating As required. Circulating hot water/variable volume 

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Air Conditioning . . Total environmental control. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

Design $ 190,000 

Construction I|., 500, 000 

Utilities 60,000 

Site Improvements 11^,000 

Equipment and Furnishings U56,000 

Total $ 5,321,000 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAM) 

NEW SCHOOL OP PHAEMACY BUILDING 
Baltimore City Campus 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

Construction of a new Ehaiinacy Building of approximately 135»000 gross 
square feet, consisting of lecture rooms, offices, laboratories, other 
teaching areas, and research laboratories, to provide for the planned 
expansion of the School's enrollment and programs. 

PRELnXENARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at rigjit. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Brick. 

Structure Concrete. 

Roof Flat type - built up. 

Interior Concrete masonry units; gypsum board. 

Ceilings Suspended acoustic. 

Floors Resilient, carpet. 

Electric To be determined. 

Heating To be determined. 

Plumbing To be determined. 

Air Conditioning . . Total environmental control. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

Design $ 3U5,000 

Construction 9,160,000 

Utilities 120,000 

Site Improvements 100,000 

Equipment and Furnishings 1 ,513>000 

Total $11,238,000 



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STATE TIMTVERSITIES AM) COLLEGES 

REMODELING OP EROST HALL 
Prostburg State College 
Prostbiorg 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

Remodeling of this 80-bed dormitory which was originally constructed in 
1'910 (with subsequent additions) in order to bring the building into 
conformity with safety and construction requirements, including installation 
of a sprinkler system and replacement of the heating distribution system. 
Repartitioning will increase the bed capacity by 12. 

PRELIMINARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIPICATIONS 

Plans are shown at right. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Existing masonry. 

Structure Elxisting concrete-steel composite. 

Roof Ebcisting slate. 

Interior Some new partitioning with gypsum board. 

Ceilings Elxisting. 

Floors Some new resilient flooring. 

Eleotric As required. 

Heating Baseboard hot water radiation. 

Plumbing As required. 

Air Conditioning . . Total environmental control. 



ESTIMATEID PROJECT COST: 

Design $ 20,000 

Construction i|25,000 

Equipment and Furnishings 20,000 

Total $ i;65,000 



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FROSTBURG STATE COILEGE 
FROSTBURG, MARYLAND 



STATE UNIVERSITIES AM) COLLEGES 

ADDITION TO THE ACADEMIC CENTER 
University of Baltimore 
Baltimore City 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION 

Construction of an addition to the Academic Center of approximately 
90,000 gross square feet to provide additional academic facilities for the 
University's Law School. 

PRELIMINARY PLANS AND OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS 

Plans are shown at ri^t. Outline specifications are: 

Exterior walls . . . Masonry. 

Structure Reinforced concrete. 

Roof Plat type - built up. 

Interior Concrete masonry units; dry wall. 

Ceilings Suspended acoustic. 

Floors Resilient, carpet. 

Electric To be determined. 

Heating To be determined. 

Plumbing To be determined. 

Air Conditioning . . Total environmental control. 



ESTIMATED PROJECT COST 

Design $ 3U0,000 

Construction ^,^l\.0,000 

Utilities 130,000 

Site Improvements 30 > 000 

Equipment and Furnishings 800,000 

Total $ 6,14+0,000 



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