The Student Wellness Center is located in the heart of Duke’s Campus, and is mindfully designed to bring an integrated, whole wellness perspective to support students.
This new LEED Silver Certified three-story building creates a wellness space specifically for students. The 71,000 square foot site consists of exam rooms, group therapy spaces, staff offices, an attached pharmacy building, and multiple retaining walls with an entry bridge to the second floor main lobby.
Natural light and a state-of-the-art space welcome students the moment they walk through the doors, reflecting Duke’s commitment to serving student health and well-being.
The state-of-the-art, 45,000-square-foot building is at the center of ECC’s health sciences degree programs.
The building, which serves more than 1,200 students annually, includes laboratory facilities and classrooms. The six training rooms on the first floor are furnished with pods to create a student-centered, active learning environment.
The second and third floors feature a simulated hospital environment, with rooms configured to simulate the real world environments of emergency rooms, operating rooms, intensive care units, labs, and more.
Now home to UNC’s Music Department, Hill Hall was originally built in 1907 as the campus library.
This renovation project returned the original character to the exterior of the building and restored the historic rotunda. In the interior, the project updated the building systems to include air-conditioning, and an extensive interior rehabilitation improved the acoustic performance of the auditorium. The 455-seat auditorium now serves as UNC’s main recital venue with a professional stage, enhanced backstage areas, and renovated rehearsal classrooms.
This brand new 110,000 square foot building was constructed with CMU and conventional steel components.
The project included complete turnkey site construction of an 18.25-acre site that included all site infrastructure, site utilities, city streets and NCDOT roadway improvements.
This prototype three-story, 1,280-student Middle School was built near Riverbend Elementary in northeast Raleigh. It was constructed with CMU and conventional steel components.
The project included a completed turnkey site construction of a 23-acre site that included all site infrastructure, site utilities, city streets and NCDOT roadway improvements.
This project delivered a new 86,000 square foot building to accommodate NCCU’s School of Business’ expanded needs.
Increased classrooms and teaching labs delivered on the schools focus on experiential learning and technology integration. New administrative space allows the school to expand its business partnering and community service. The School of Business will also benefit from an updated academic facility that provides the latest advances in distance learning, audio-visual and smart classroom technology.
The new 1,600 seat, 60,000 square foot gymnasium features renovated locker rooms, new coaches offices, and a new lobby with a concessions area and public restrooms.
And the new media center totals 11,100 square feet and features a “maker-space lab” for students to create hands-on, 3-D projects such as printing, sewing and soldering.