Construction Services, LLC
Educational facilities of all types are abundant in MLB's project portfolio - athletic and recreational facilities, residence halls, student centers, dining halls, classrooms, laboratories, libraries, and administrative spaces, both new and renovated. In the public school market, MLB has completed over sixty million dollars worth of work in the Capital Region of New York and nearly twenty-five million dollars in eastern North Carolina.
Murray Aikins Dining Hall
Saratoga Springs, NY
Acting as a Construction Manager, MLB carefully planned this three-phase project. This building is home to the 4,000 square foot Atrium Café and convenience store. Natural lighting and a geothermal heating/cooling system add to the efficiency of this state-of-the-art campus dining facility.
Arthur Zankel Music Center
Saratoga Springs, NY
Referred to as the hub of music activity on campus, the Arthur Zankel Music Center cost approximately $30 million to construct. The building consists of three wings, each with a separate foundation, a 600-seat concert hall, faculty offices, individual practice rooms, a 100-seat lecture hall, electronic music laboratory, piano lab, a below-stage pit elevator, and a soaring glass wall with open views to the college’s South Park. Designed with sustainability in mind, the building incorporated geothermal heating/cooling into its design and the building’s angular shape helps to minimize its footprint on the land.
Saratoga Springs, NY
A 32,500 square foot facility which includes 14 classrooms, state-of-the-art interdisciplinary laboratory, 75 seat lecture hall, and geothermal HVAC system. The exterior façade features a natural stone veneer with glass accents to establish continuity with the neighborhood’s appearance. This two-story building tripled the size of the existing SUNY Adirondack Wilton Campus, which has seen a significant increase in enrollment since the grand opening.
North Carolina Central Univeristy Biomedical/Biotechnology Research Institute
This facility is an innovative research and training institute dedicated to the advancement of fundamental knowledge of human diseases. The facility provides 11 state-of-the-art research laboratories, a modern animal facility, computing and visualization laboratories, an auditorium, and 30 offices. The building was constructed with over 10,000 square feet of aluminum panels and glazing, 2,000 cubic yards of concrete and 250 tons of steel.
University of Tampa
MLB was chosen from a large group of contractors to replace the store front of the University of Tampa’s Riverside Building. The complexity of this job was the timing. MLB needed to guarantee that the day-to-day use continued for the campus throughout the construction duration. MLB coordinated extensive electrical and concrete work during the project and was able to turn the building over to the University at the scheduled time.
Union Graduate College
New Graduate Center
Originally the site of a contaminated gas station, the New Graduate Center is a three-story, 24,000 square foot, high-performance, LEED Certified building which reduces the College’s carbon footprint through the use of geothermal heating/cooling systems, high efficient lighting and recycled building materials.
SUNY Albany Center for Environmental Sciences & Technology Management
The 75,000 square foot CESTM building houses a research facility, laboratories, offices, conference rooms, and an incubator industrial space. The facility includes the Atmospheric Sciences Research Centers, the NY Center for Advanced Thin Film Technology (CAT), and the National Weather Service regional forecast office. The building consists of two different wings, connected with an impressive three-story entrance rotunda and 120 foot high tower.
Hudson Valley Community College
Hudson Valley, NY
This three-story, $7.4 million Administration Building, located in the heart of the college campus, features seven state-of-the-art classrooms and aimed to bring numerous campus departments together under one roof. The steel framed building now houses Hudson Valley’s Teaching Gallery, which allows student to market exhibits and provide the Capital Region community with an attractive venue for public art exhibits.