Projects

Honors Hall, Lycoming College

Williamsport, PA

This adaptive reuse project transformed a condemned building into a beautiful multi-use cultural resource. In addition to the main recital hall, the building also houses offices for the Honors Program, Campus Ministry and Community Services, a student lounge and a meditation chapel. Working entirely within the existing building envelope, the dramatic transformation incorporates pieces of the college’s history. The recital hall features extensive interior detailing and casework, with environmentally friendly cork flooring.

 

Photo Credit: Larry Lefever Photography

Willman Business Center, York College of Pennsylvania

York, PA

A five-story addition and renovation facilitates active, hands-on learning experiences and spontaneous collaboration. A corporate design aesthetic is evident when entering the new two-story lobby space equipped with a ticker tape. The updated facility includes nine smart classrooms with seating for 40, a 150-seat lecture hall, as well as labs. The building is capped by a multi-purpose space to host events for up to 300 people. This glass-enclosed space and protected outside terraces take advantage city views. Other additions include offices, as well as break-out rooms and collaborative research areas.

Award: American School & University 2014 Architectural Portfolio Outstanding Design

 

Photo Credit: Nathan Cox Photography

Samaritan Summit Village

Watertown, NY

This non-profit medical provider was awarded a Health Care Efficiency and Affordability Law for New Yorkers, or HEAL, NY grant to build a new 288-bed facility to provide nursing care and assisted living. The building layout for the 168-bed skilled nursing center allows visitors and staff to directly access any neighborhood without walking through other units. Resident social spaces, including living rooms, activity rooms, parlors and dining rooms, are connected and open to the corridor. Resident rooms are designed to accommodate dining and allow for social interactions with other residents, staff and visitors. The commons building includes a multi-purpose room, gift shop, cafe, meditation room, beauty salon, medical clinic and a physical therapy suite.

 

Photo Credit: Larry Lefever Photography