Sudlersville Middle School

Project Background

The Board of Education of Queen Anne’s County hired Reynolds to provide building commissioning services for the new Sudlersville Middle School project in Sudlersville, Maryland. The new, 100,386-square-foot middle school houses grades 6-8.

The project has earned LEED gold level certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Some of its green features include photovoltaic panels, geothermal heating and cooling systems, efficiency plumbing, and daylight harvesting.

The following systems and equipment were commissioned:

  • Heat pump systems
  • Heating systems
  • Kitchen ventilation systems
  • Air handling systems
  • Energy recovery systems
  • Domestic hot water and re-circulation systems
  • HVAC controls systems
  • Plumbing water systems
  • Life safety systems
  • Electrical systems
  • Emergency power supply systems
  • Security systems
  • Indoor air quality/ventilation/exhaust systems
  • Variable speed drives
  • Communication systems

Project Specs

Solution: Commissioning & Engineering
Square Feet:
100,386 square feet
Construction Cost:
$26 million


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“On more than one occasion, Reynolds made suggestions of dealing with items in the field that saved the district significant money, and change orders were always carefully controlled. For both projects, only 30% of contingency funds were needed. The fees paid to Reynolds were quickly recouped several times over by savings throughout the duration of the project.”

Dr. Daniel R. Trimmer, Former Superintendent, Conewago Valley School District