Andrew P Kulp, AIA
Architecture Portfolio

Mustang Stadium
Stevenson University
Owings Mills, MD

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    Stevenson University (formerly Villa Julie College) is a university on the move. Over the past ten years, they have developed a new campus on the former training grounds of the Baltimore Colts/Ravens. During the expansion, the university has developed several premier Division III athletic programs and is launched a Football program in 2011. As part of this athletic expansion, the university needed a stadium.
    Mustang Stadium is a state-of-the-art and innovative structure to seat approximately 3,500 people. The facility sits on a hillside adjacent to a new artificial turf field on the former Ravens practice fields. The structure includes:
    • Locker rooms for Womens Field Hockey, Womens Lacrosse, Men's Soccer, Men's Lacrosse, and Men's Football.
    • Offices for Men's Lacrosse and Football, with windows at field level.
    • A 6,000 s.f. athletic fitness center overlooking Owings Mills Blvd.
    • A Presidential Suite and Club Room overlooking the field.
    • A one-of-a-kind Club Terrace Patio at Suite Level, overlooking the field and Owings Mills Blvd.
    • A Press Level comparable to those found in much larger stadiums.
    Other notable features include:
    • Specialty glazing to provide maximum visibility and minimal heat gain for a directly west-facing glazed facade.
    • Cast-in-place Concrete Structure
    • FRP Doors at high-traffic and impact areas.
    • Elastomeric Traffic Coating to ease in clean-up and protect enclosed areas.
    • Exhaustive Life Safety and Code Review often complemented by local code officials.
    • Meets or Exceeds IECC 2009 energy efficiency requirements
    Perhaps the most notable feature:

    From the time of Architect selection to completion of construction:

    (June 2010-August 2011, Grand Opening September 10, 2011)