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.
A 170,000 sf contextual additional building was in response to the expanded curriculum and growth of the campus.
The new 73,000 gsf Center houses the publicly-accessed offices of the College, such as Admissions and Bursar’s Office.
This 123,676 gsf learning and social suite style residence houses 277 students and a 460 seat Dining Facility, competing the West Campus Housing Quad.
Increased enrollment prompted the renovation of the turn-of-the-century134,000 gsf structure that was originally the Williamsport High School.