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.
This adaptive reuse of a former PECO Building provides contemporary classrooms, makerspaces and support spaces utilizing a combination of grant money and capital reserve funds.
Harrisburg University partnered with Harrisburg City School District for a Math and Science Magnet School.
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.
The Ted Lick Wildwood Conference Center was re-purposed to house all HACC’s Central Administration offices.