The foyer adjacent to McCormick Auditorium and the Hallway leading to the band room were renovated and a new hallway connecting to the music wing was constructed.
The Academy’s 4,600 gsf Science Suites were renovated and 5 new labs were incorporated due to teaching pedagogy changes.
Complete architectural design for all the interior furnishings and finishes was introduced into the 60 year “Williamsburg” style facility.
To establish a distinct new identity for the Cooper Student Center on Campus, the facility underwent a complete transformation.
The Ted Lick Wildwood Conference Center was re-purposed to house all HACC’s Central Administration offices.
An early 20th century original Studebaker dealership was transformed into a contemporary educational environment located in an urban setting.
The Rose Lehrman Arts Center was the fourth building we constructed from the College’s Master Plan to support the first 3 Classroom buildings and the community.
A 170,000 sf contextual additional building was in response to the expanded curriculum and growth of the campus.