The drafty old aluminum windows in Sheridan Hall not only leaked a lot of air, but were difﬁcult to operate, and an eyesore to the beautiful Loyola campus. Their new windows feature high efﬁciency low E glass, insulated frames, and twice the ventilation area of the original windows.
With the furnished heavy-duty screens (now a requirement in many jurisdictions), the students and staff easily enjoy fresh air whenever possible.
500 Chestnut Avenue, Towson, Maryland 2120
Completed August 1999
Other School Projects Include:
Sidwell Friends Upper School
The Saint Camillas Elementary School
The Saint Thomas Aquinas Church & School
The Saint Agnes Church & School
Boston University, Washington Center
Children’s Guild School