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  • 1. MIMARCH
    MIMAR ARCHITECTS
    CONTENTS
    • Firm Overview
    • 2. Key Persons
    • 3. Experience and Capabilities
    • 4. Projects as Prime
    • 5. Projects as Sub
  • aboutMIMARCH
    MIMAR ARCHITECTS, INC.
    • Established 1992
    • 6. Incorporated: State of Maryland
    • 7. Maryland Board Of Architects 1995
    • 8. Virginia Board of Architects 1996
    • 9. MDOT, VDOT Certifications 1996
    • 10. DC Board of Architects 2005
    • 11. #11 Fastest Growing Business in Baltimore Metro Area BBJ 2006
    • 12. The Top 50 Fastest Growing Businesses in Baltimore 2006
    • 13. Corporate Clients: + 20 National AE Firms
  • Kal I. Bhatti, AIA, NCARB
    • M. Arch Urban Design
    CE: Harvard School of Design, since 1998
    • Over 30 years experience
    • 14. Licensed: MD, VA, DC
    • 15. Past Experience: URS, DDG, Bechtel, HLM Design
    • 16. Extensive experience in inter disciplinary coordination, team development and problem solving
  • Nir Buras, PhD, AIA
    • Ph.D. in Design History
    • 17. 30 year experience in contemporary and historic architecture
    • 18. Past experience: Washington Group, DC; SOM; Gensler; DMJM; PB
    • 19. Dr. Buras’ experience includes work on the US Capitol and the Senate and House Office Building Washington DC
  • Nina Davis, RA, LEED AP
    • M. Arch/ LEED AP/ CSI CDT/ BIM Proficient
    • 20. Experienced in design and project management of Healthcare facilities
    • 21. Baltimore Washington Medical Center Patient Tower and Women’s Center
    • 22. Saint Joseph’s Medical
    New Cancer Institute
    • Project Architect: University System of Maryland at Shady Grove, Education Center, $ 43M; Gold LEED
  • Mark S. Goeller, AIA
    • M. Arch/ Health Care Facilities Planning & Design
    • 23. 20 year experience in design and management of Healthcare facilities
    • 24. Past experience, Healthcare Planner: RTKL, HLM Design
    • 25. Managed projects for Walter Reed Medical & Sinai Hospital
  • Charles Owens, AIA
    • Licensed: MD; VA; DC; PA; NY
    • 26. 35 Years Experience, 20 Years Principal, Partner in local firm
    • 27. Experience includes: Medical; Educational; Housing
    • 28. Managed $600 M Medical Research Center, Bethesda, MD, with large in-house staff and numerous consultants
    • 29. Project Officer for NIH on 500,000 SF Medical Research Facility
  • Victor Chao, B. Arch
    • B. Arch Berkley University 1966
    • 30. 35 years of experience in architectural design and construction administration
    • 31. Past experience includes: Principal, CHK Architects – 15 YRS; Principal Design Collective – 5 YRS; Associate DDG – 4 YRS
    • 32. PM, Baltimore Sun Complex , Baltimore
    Const Cost $100M
  • 33. Beverly Eisenberg, AIA, ASID
    • B.S. Interior Design 1974 M. Arch 1986 LEED AP Certification 2004
    • 34. The World Bank Space Efficiency Project “D” Renovation 200,000 SF
    • 35. American Red Cross National Headquarters 500,000 SF
    • 36. UMMS – Various Clinical, Research and Patient Areas
    • 37. Sinai Hospital – Various Paten Areas
  • Core Services
    BWI Main Terminal Expansion
  • Practice Groups
    HEALTHCARE
    Strategic Planning
    Hospitals
    Laboratories
    Equipment Planning
    PUBLIC FACILITIES
    Aviation
    Transportation
    Transit
    Civic
    Marine
    COMMERCIAL
    Retail
    Sport/Leisure
    Residential
    Hospitality
    MANAGEMENT, ENGINEERING
    Program Management
    Construction Management
    Structural
    MEP
  • 49. PUBLIC CLIENTS
    • Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
    • 50. US Army Corps of Engineers
    • 51. United States Coast Guard
    • 52. Department of Veterans Affairs
    • 53. Federal Communication Center
    • 54. US General Services Admin.
    • 55. Maryland Dept. of General Services
    • 56. Maryland State Highway Administration
    • 57. University of Maryland System
    • 58. Maryland Aviation Administration
    • 59. Maryland Port Administration
    • 60. Prince George’s County, various agencies
    • 61. MD - National Capital Park & Planning Commission
    • 62. Johns Hopkins Medical Services Corporation
    • 63. University of Maryland Medical System
    • 64. Baltimore City Public School System
  • Collaboration, Teaming
    While we team up with all the large national firms in Maryland, we have great track record of repeat clients and fifteen years history of partnering with all the major partners in the area.
  • 65. PARTNERING
    • URS Corporation, Hunt Valley, Washington DC
    • 66. Washington Group/ Bechtel
    • 67. PB America, Baltimore, MD Herndon, VA
    • 68. DMJM + Harris Design
    • 69. RTKL Associates
    • 70. Gensler, Baltimore
    • 71. Michael Baker Jr. Assoc.
    • 72. Zimmer GunsulFrascaArchitects (ZGF), Washington, DC
    • 73. STAUBACH
    • 74. Jones Lang LaSalle
    • 75. Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. (JMT)
    • 76. STV Inc. Balto. New York
    • 77. Moffat and Nichols
    • 78. Whitman Requardt & Associates
    • 79. EA Engineering
    • 80. CSI Engineering
    • 81. Brudis Assoc.
    • 82. Hampstead, CA
  • On-Call Services Contracts
    • Maryland Department of General Services. Indefinite Delivery Contract for Architectural and Engineering Services. (1998-2000, 2000-2002, 2002-2003, 2005-2007)
    • 83. Prince George’s County, Office of Central services, Multi-Step Master Space Planning and Green IT
    (2008-2012)
    • Department of Parks and Recreation, Montgomery county (2 Contracts) Indefinite Delivery Contract for Architectural and Engineering Design Services. (1998-2000, 2000-2002).
    • 84. University of Maryland Medical System, Baltimore, Maryland. Indefinite Delivery Contract for Architectural services (2007 – 2009)
    • 85. Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission-Prince George’s County, On-call Architectural and Engineering Services. (1999-2000, 2001-2002)
    • 86. Prince George’s County, Government, Central Services.
    Indefinite Delivery Contract for Architectural and Engineering Services (1998-2002, 2004-2008)
    • Maryland Department of Transportation - State Highway Administration, Office of Maintenance On–Call Architectural and Engineering Services Statewide (2002-2006).
        
    • Maryland Aviation Administration - Comprehensive Design Services Baltimore Washington International & Martin State Airport Architectural and Engineering Service (2003-2006) (2007-2009)
  • On-Call Services Contracts
    • Maryland Aviation Administration. (8 Contracts)
    Comprehensive Design Services Baltimore Washington International & Martin State Airport Architectural and Engineering Services, (2002-2006, 2006-2010)
    Contract 1:Prime Consultant: URS Corporation
    Contract 2:Prime Consultant: Michael Baker Assoc.
    Contract 3:Prime Consultant: PB America
    Contract 4:Prime Consultant: DMJM + Harris Design
    • A-E Services IDIQs for Army Contracting Agency: Capital and Northern District Region: Prime Consultant: URS Corporation Ft. Belvoir Bldg. 200 Community Center Renovations
    • 87. A/E IDIQ Federal Law Enforcement Training Center,
    Cheltenham, Maryland
    Prime Consultant: CSI Engineering
    Auditorium, building 64, Georgian Style Architecture
    10,000 SF building for multifunctional activities.
    • Region Wide Contract for Mechanical, Electrical and
    Related Engineering Services - General Services Admin.
    Prime Consultant: CSI Engineering
    Federal Communications Center for replacing High
    Frequency Direction Finding Center
    • State Highway Administration; Maryland Transportation Authority; Maryland Transit Authority; Maryland Port Administration, Architectural and Engineering Services Statewide (2002-2006) (2006-2010)
    PB America; JMT; KCI Technologies; STV Inc.; Moffat & Nichol
        
    • Baltimore City Public Schools - Program Management; Construction Management (2003-2006) (2007-2009)
    URS Corporation; EA Engineering; KCI Technologies
    • DC WASA EA Engineering
    • 88. Baltimore City EA, PB, FE Assoc. STV
  • the work
  • 89. PRINCE George’s County, Department Environmental Resources
    • State of the Art New
    Facility
    • 40,000 Square Feet
    • 90. Const. Cost $12,400,000
    • 91. Prime: MIMAR Architects Civil: A. Morton Thomas Structure: ADTEK Eng.
    MEP: M S Engineers
    Animal Services Facility
  • 92. TRIP Center
    PRINCE George’s County
    Traffic Response Info Partnership Center
    • State of the Art Hi-tech New 24 Hour Facility
    • 93. 5,000 Square Feet
    • 94. Const. Cost $1,200, 000
    • 95. Prime: MIMAR Architects Civil: Century Eng. Structure: Century Eng.
    MEP: Century Eng.
  • 96. North Forestville Gymnasium
    Maryland-National Park and Planning
    • 15,000 SF addition to existing Elementary School for multi-purposes activities
    • 97. Const. Cost $ 2,700, 000
    • 98. Prime: MIMAR Architects Civil, Structure: Progressive Engineering
    MEP: M S Eng.
  • 99. SUITLAND MANORDEVELOPMENT
    Prince George’s County, Redevelopment Authority
    • Master Plan Concept
    • 100. 33 Acres Development
    • 101. Const. Cost $800,000,000
    • 102. Concept and Vision: MIMAR Architects
    Marketing: Jones Lang LaSalle
    SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT
  • 103. SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT
  • 104. SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT
    SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT-
    Commercial, Retail, Movie Complex
  • 105. SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT
    SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT -
    Luxury Housing
  • 106. SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT
    SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT --
    Retail, Restaurant Park
  • 107. Gateway Arts District
    SUITLAND MANOR DEVELOPMENT
  • 108. Needwood Golf Course Club House
    M-NCPPC Montgomery County
    • 11,000 SF Club House, Dinning, Pro Shop
    • 109. Reorganization of spaces and access, new entry
    • 110. Addition: Dinning, Kitchen, New Stairs, Elevator
    • 111. Prime:
    MIMAR Architects
    Shanghai Museum of Natural History, China
  • 112. ISB Baltimore Adult Learning Center
    Community Center, K-8 School
    • 12,000 SF addition for Multi-purpose Hall and Cafetaria
    • 113. Const. Cost $ 3, 400, 000
    • 114. Prime: MIMAR Architects Civil, Structure, MEP:
    MIMAR Architects
  • 115. FLETC Auditorium
    Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Cheltenham, MD
    • New multi-activity facility
    • 116. 10,000 Square Feet
    • 117. Const. Cost $2,200, 000
    • 118. Prime: CSI Engineering
    • 119. Architect: MIMAR Architects Civil, Structure,,MEP:
    CSI Engineering
  • 120. Federal Communication Center
    US General Services Administration
    • High Frequency Detection Center
    • 121. State of the Art High-tech 24 hour facility
    • 122. 5,000 Square Feet
    • 123. Const. Cost $1,200, 000
    • 124. Prime: CSI Engineering
    • 125. Architecture, Stru, MEP:
    MIMAR Architects
  • 126. BWI Expansion & Skywalks
    Maryland Aviation Administration
    • Const. Cost $166, 000, 000
    • 127. Prime: URS Corporation
    • 128. Partial Architectural: MIMAR Architects
    Cost $ 42,000,000
    • Civil, Structure, MEP
    URS Corporation
  • 129. Silver Spring Transit Center
    Public Private Partnership Montgomery County Washington Metro Transit
    • Transit Oriented Development
    • 130. Const. Cost $40, 00, 000
    • 131. Prime: PB America
    • 132. Lead Architect: ZGF Arch
    • 133. Architect, CD, Specs,
    MIMAR Architects
  • 134. Baltimore Cruise Ship Terminal
    Maryland Port Administration
    • 50,000 SF existing, 15000SF Addition
    • 135. Const. Cost $6,500, 000
    • 136. Prime: STV Inc.
    • 137. Architect of Record: MIMAR Architects, Inc.
    • 138. Civil, Struct, MEP:
    STV Inc. Balt., NY
  • 139. BWI Southwest Terminal Food Courts
    BAA/ Maryland Aviation Admn.
    • Terminals A, B, C, D Food Courts and Retail and Concession Space
    • 140. 140,000 Square Feet
    • 141. Prime: RTKL Associates
    • 142. Production Architect: MIMAR Architects Structure, MEP:
    RTKL Associates
  • 143. Customer Service Consolidated Car Rental Facility
    Maryland Aviation Administration
    • Mall approach to car rental
    • 144. 50,000 Square Feet
    • 145. Prime: Michael Baker Associates
    • 146. Support Architect:
    MIMAR Architects
    • Engineers:
    Michael Baker Assoc.
    Shanghai Museum of Natural History, China
  • 147. Gateway Plaza Downtown Wilmington
    Gateway to Business District, thin, crystalline building
    MIMAR Architects
    Shanghai Museum of Natural History, China
  • 151. Dulles Corridor Metrorail
    Washington
    Metropolitan Area
    Transit Authority
    • 5 Metro Stations
    • 152. Transit Facility
    • 153. Prime: Dulles Transit
    Bechtel/ Washington
    • Schematic Design Production Team:
    MIMAR Architects
    Shanghai Museum of Natural History, China
  • 154. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
    Baltimore City Public Schools Energy Audit Program:
    Dunbar High school
    US Coast Guard
    • Federal Administration Bldg.
    • 165. Conference Center
    • 166. Bachelor Housing
    Baltimore City Public Schools
    Summer Construction
    2006, 2007, 2008
    • Carter G. Woodson
    • 167. Benjamin Franklin Middle School
    • 168. Highlandtown Elementary
    • 169. Holabird Elementary
    • 170. Montebello Elementary
    • 171. Tench Tillman Elementary
    North Forestville Elementary School/ Gym
    DC Water and Sewer Authority
    • Anacostia Pumping Station
    • 172. Rockcreek Pumping Station
    • 173. Upper Anacostia Pumping Station
    • 174. DC Pumping Station
    Montgomery County Administration Building
  • 175. sustainability
    At the core of every MIMARCH project lies a commitment to preserving and ensuring the needs of future generations. From project conception to completion, MIMARCH implements sustainable design practices ranging from the use of environmentally friendly products to LEED Certification.
  • 176. thank you
    Shanghai Museum of Natural History, China