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Odenton Station / MD


challenges that Drexel Metals conquered in order to complete this brilliant new addition to Odenton, MD.


The Village at Odenton Station in Maryland is Anne Arundel County’s first transit-oriented, mixed use development. It is comprised of 57,000 square feet of retail and 235 apartments.


Project: Village at Odenton Station Project Site: Odenton, MD


Drexel Metals played a key part of the creation of the Village at Odenton Station, a new apartment and retail center. This exciting project undoubtedly brought new


The Village at Odenton Station is conveniently located less than two miles from Maryland’s largest employer, Fort George G. Meade. About 109,000 people are at Fort Meade on any given day including more than 60,000 Department of Defense and National Security Agents and nearly 3,000 military families that are housed on


base. The Village is also about halfway between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. and is at the heart of the Odenton Town Center.


This project utilized various types of MetFab products including 7" custom box gutters with individual support straps and custom TIG welded outlet sleeves. Each of these components was fabricated out of .040 mill aluminum so that they could be welded and concealed to camouflage the bare finish. Drexel Metals also fabricated custom gutter covers, a two-piece custom cornice fascia that interlocked to form a continuous fascia of metal, and a custom rake cornice. All of the above items were hand cut into inside and outside miters by Drexel Metals seasoned craftsmen. Each item was then fit into a jig and


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