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Costello Construction “Tops Out” Steel Construction of New $11-M Building for Maryland Air National Guard

Costello Construction, a member of AGC of Metropolitan D.C, and the Maryland Air National Guard held a “topping out” ceremony on Feb. 28, 2013 to recognize the last installed I-beam that completed the shell of the new 175th Wing Headquarters, Mission Support Group and Medical Group facility at Warfield Air National Guard Base. The 26,000-sq-foot, $11.8 million building will feature multiple green roofs and is anticipated to achieve certified LEED Silver status with the numerous energy enhancement measures upon its completion which is expected this fall.

Col. Steven H. Benden, Mission Support Group Commander (center) and several of buildings the new occupants pose for a group photo after a short tour of the new 175th Wing Headquarters, Mission Support Group and Medical Group facility at Warfield Air National Guard Base, Baltimore, Md. This 26,000-sq-ft, $11.8 million building will feature multiple green roofs and is anticipated to achieve certified LEED Silver status with the numerous energy enhancement measures upon its completion. The building will house offices, medical/dental examination and treatment space, classrooms, administration space, command section, conference rooms, telephone switching/data automation center as well as utility systems services and connections.

Col. Steven H. Benden, Mission Support Group Commander (center) and several of the building’s new occupants pose for a group photo after a short tour of the new 175th Wing Headquarters, Mission Support Group and Medical Group facility at Warfield Air National Guard Base, Baltimore, Md. This 26,000-sq-ft, $11.8 million building will feature multiple green roofs and is anticipated to achieve certified LEED Silver status with the numerous energy enhancement measures upon its completion. The building will house offices, medical/dental examination and treatment space, classrooms, administration space, command section, conference rooms, telephone switching/data automation center as well as utility systems services and connections.

Costello Construction and The Maryland Air National Guard held a “topping out” ceremony on Feb. 28, 2013 to recognize the last installed I-beam that completed the shell of the new 175th Wing Headquarters, Mission Support Group and Medical Group facility at Warfield Air National Guard Base. This 26,000sq-ft, $11.8 million building will feature multiple green roofs and is anticipated to achieve certified LEED Silver status with the numerous energy enhancement measures upon its completion. The building will house offices, medical/dental examination and treatment space, classrooms, administration space, command section, conference rooms, telephone switching/data automation center as well as utility systems services and connections.

Costello Construction and The Maryland Air National Guard held a “topping out” ceremony on Feb. 28, 2013 to recognize the last installed I-beam that completed the shell of the new 175th Wing Headquarters, Mission Support Group and Medical Group facility at Warfield Air National Guard Base.

Pictured from left to right: David Costello, president of Costello Construction; Kurt Braun, Project Superintendent; Brian Malanchuk, Project Manager

Pictured from left to right: David Costello, president of Costello Construction; Kurt Braun, Project Superintendent; Brian Malanchuk, Project Manager