BSA Lifestructures

Department Consolidation

Early College, Horticulture Technology, Animal Care Technology, Campus Food Services, Administrative Services, and Facilities Maintenance

As part of an open-end agreement for architectural services with Alamance Community College, several studies were conducted resulting in a program analysis for consolidating multiple departments on campus. Completed in October 2017, this analysis created a well-defined project scope for the backfill project and was approved by the Board of Trustees in January 2018.

This project maximizes the student learning experience and enhances the physical attributes of existing facilities, the majority of which were vacated by relocation to the Advanced Applied Technology Center. The renovated spaces provide both instructional and support services areas for students and staff. The project consolidates the Early College, Horticulture Technology, Animal Care and Management Technology, Campus Food Services, Administrative Services, and Facilities Maintenance. In addition, various general classroom spaces were renovated to enhance the physical environment and meet current technology standards.

Planned to be completed in two phases, the renovated 41,515 SF included in the three-building project provides system upgrades improving the operational and maintenance efficiency, increases the total campus classroom space, and enhances the campus experience for all users.

Project Statistics

  • Client Alamance Community College
  • Location Graham, NC
  • Size 41,515 SF
  • Service Provided Architecture, Interior Design