The design of the one-of-a-kind cutting-edge Training Arena was inspired by a skate park, another “alternative” sport.
The intrinsic challenge of this project was integrating a new Learning Commons that responds to the 21st century student while keeping the context of a restored 1923 historic library.
A new state-of -the-art student union was designed to be extremely flexible and collaborative for the technology integrated university.
The new hub for Wilson’s four-year veterinary medical technology (VMT) program provides a stronger learning environment resulting in better patient care, exceptional student graduates and a faculty and staff with a renewed commitment to programmatic distinction.
The original bookstore has been demolished and the new 7 story new residence hall has significantly reduced the number of freshmen who are “tripled” each fall, plus introduce additional support services to this side of campus.
The Room to Grow project renovated the entire school, but the Heart of the project is the new 25,538 gsf Athletic & Recreation Complex reflecting the importance of health and wellness in education.
To establish a distinct new identity for the Cooper Student Center on Campus, the facility underwent a complete transformation.
The 12,050 gsf Inclinator was designed to maximize its Downtown exposure with a large glass facade.
The University wanted to explore the possibility of decreasing the library from three to two floors, which would allow the building to take on other services, as renovations occur in its other buildings.