The Cordish Lacrosse Center
Named for David Cordish, a 1960 JHU graduate, three-year Blue Jays Lacrosse Player, chairman of the Cordish Companies and lead donor to the Project, the building will be the first facility built solely for support of a university’s lacrosse programs. Lacrosse alumni Dennis and David Townsend and Joe Cowan, and alumnus Ralph O’Connor were also major contributors to the effort. The building is being constructed at the East end of Homewood Field.
- Locker Rooms / Coaches Offices for Men’s and Women’s Teams
- Training Room / Academic Center / Conference Room
- 50 person theatre
- Reception area with balcony overlooking Homewood Field
- Field-level patio and exhibits that chronicle the history of Blue Jays Lacrosse
- LEED-registered project; targeting minimum LEED Silver Certification
- Sustainable features include bio-retention storm water reclamation, a
- Green roof, high-performance glass, natural lighting, automatic lighting controls,
- Heat recovery HVAC System, and low flow plumbing fixtures
Facts and Figures
14,750 gross square feet
- Architect: William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc.
- Structural Engineer: LeMessurier Consultants
- Geotechnical Engineer: D.W. Kozera, Inc.
- MEP / EP Engineer: Mueller Associates, Inc.
- Site / Civil / Landscape Engineer: Daft McCune Walker, Inc.
- AV / Telecom / Security Consultant: SpeXsys, Inc.
- Code Consultant: Sullivan Code Group
- Construction Manager: Riparius Construction Inc.
- JHU Client Representative: JHU Athletics
- JHU Project Manager: Heather Hess