The Elmer A. Henderson, a Johns Hopkins Partnership School is the first new Baltimore public school built in 30 years. The vision was to make this school the centerpiece of a major redevelopment. Global Engineering Solutions (GES) was part of the team to turn this vision into reality along with Rogers Partners architects in New York, who won the competition to design the 130,000-square-foot school.
Unlike traditional schools, the structure draws on contemporary architectural plans for school design and provides open and flexible space to maximize opportunities for individual and group learning. GES played an important role in the design of the Henderson-Hopkins, by using its knowledge of sustainable energy efficient design to create an environment that promotes learning and fosters a healthful indoor environment. Read more at the: Baltimore Business Journal