Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — September 27 - October 10, 2013 — B


O wners , D evelopers & M anagers On 27,000 s/f Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy The Mullan Contracting Co. completes reno. activities C Baltimore, MD — The Mullan Con- tracting Company


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has completed construction and renovation activities on the 27,000 s/f Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy, a tuition- free independent Jesuit mid- dle school which moved from its former location on 740 N. Calvert St. to 300 E. Gittings St. in the Federal Hill section of Baltimore City. The wholesale renovation encompassed the upgrade of all classrooms, science laboratories, the gymnasium and the library-media center. The new school doubles the amount of space it previ- ously occupied. New tech- nology was installed in the classroom, such as mounted projectors and SmartBoards that mirror the trends of col- lege preparatory high school and college education, such as the student usage of laptops for reading, note-taking and writing. John Ciccone, president of Saint Ignatius Loyola Acad- emy explains that the ex- panded and significantly-im- proved space will translate to a highly-productive learning environment for both stu- dents and faculty members. “Faculty and students are enthused and overwhelmed by the improved teaching and learning environment that matches the high expectations set for students. Fresh, open and innovative spaces - such as the ones we designed and constructed - provide natural and on-going energy. We could not be more pleased with the final result,” he added. “Over the next few years, we will add a fifth grade in this enlarged space, which will enable us to touch and positively affect a significantly higher number of lives in the Baltimore City region,” Cic- cone added. “Students attending St. Ig- natius Loyola Academy were welcomed by a new gymna- sium, library, media center and enlarged classrooms on their first day of classes,” explained Joseph Rode , president of The Mullan Contracting Com- pany. “Internal processes were significantly upgraded with the installation of a newHVAC system and elevator to bring this formerly closed school, which ceased operation in 2009, to modern-day stan- dards.” n

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