The Rollins Campus Center houses a 60,000 square foot student center including student organization rooms, a senate chamber room, conference rooms, a game room, a multimedia theatre, a commons area, the Office of Student Development, and the Student Success Center. The campus center also comprises the 500 seat Grace Rollins Dining Hall, the 350 seat, Charles Suber Banquet Hall, and the 40,000 square foot Zell and Shirley Miller Library. Sustainable features include daylight harvesting and lighting controls, a geothermal well field with 182 bores and ground source heat pumps to heat and cool the building, chilled beams for cooling and radiant floor heating, domestic water preheat, condensate and rainwater recovery, and energy recovery units that precondition outside air for spaces other than the kitchen. The geothermal field also serves a domestic water heat pump.
Schematic design for electronic security systems.
Awarded ENR Southeast’s 2015 Best Higher Education/Research project.
A public safety simulation complex at the Eastern Wake Campus, including a 4D immersive interior
A complex of Poultry Science instruction and research facilities, including instructional
A phased STEM research complex consisting of two connected buildings to support innovative
Renovation of the historic Terrell Hall, a 32,700 square foot residence hall constructed in
A single story clinic and research building. The building contains a clinic area with procedure,
Renovations of two classrooms and a small lecture hall. This project facilitates the start of the
Acoustics, audio-visual, communications, and intelligent buildings systems for student-centered,
Renovation of the Business Service Annex to create the Delta Innovation Hub, housing maker space,
Renovation of the Engineering Department in the Wake Downtown campus building, including teaching
Renovation of 2,300 square feet on the Tunnel Level and 10,000 square feet on Level Two of The Emory
Security, communications, and audio-visual systems for a science and nursing facility including a
Conversion of offices and classrooms in the HM Building to house a research laboratory and support