Featured Projects

University of Delaware

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Caesar Rodney Dining Hall & Student Residence
Newark, DE

Located at the heart of Delaware’s main campus, this high profile residential and dining facility will have a major impact on campus life as it reinforces Delaware’s strategic mission.

Program includes:

303-Bed Residence
 ‘Communities’ configured of 36-39 students each
Student Lounges
Dining Hall seats 1,145
Marketplace-style Dining
Multiple Food Exhibition ‘Outlets’
Designed to LEED Silver

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Susquehanna University

Susquehanna University

Degenstein Student Center Renovation
Selinsgrove, PA
Susquehanna University planned to expand a woefully undersized retail dining servery in response to student dissatisfaction. With limited funding and a strong desire to get it right, the EwingCole team engaged over 500 students through face to face dialog, and learned that there was much more to the story.  Through a holistic approach, the 14,600 SF renovation ultimately enhanced a multitude of functions, including the servery, dining area, lounge, bookstore, adjacent coffee house, and the Commuter Lounge.

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Bucknell University

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Bucknell University

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New Health and Wellness Center & Wrestling Training Center
Lewisburg, PA

This 35,500 sf addition to the Sjoka Pavilion provides a 15,000 sf Health and Wellness Center on the first floor. It includes a health clinic, wellness center, and counseling services and serves as an overall welcoming center and information hub for wellness programs located across the campus. The 15,000 sf second level is home to a new Wrestling Training Center. The facility supports the 40-man squad with generous practice space, fitness and strength training areas,  locker rooms, a team lounge, training room, and coach’s offices.

Temple University

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New Multi-Sport Athletic Facility
Philadelphia, PA

Following a feasibility study in 2015, EwingCole designed Temple University’s new, multi-sport athletic facility on a 10+ acre site formerly occupied by a large public high school several blocks south of Temple’s urban campus. The $20M athletic complex serves Temple’s varsity Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams, Men’s and Women’s track, Women’s Field Hockey and Women’s Lacrosse teams. The facility includes a new synthetic turf soccer field; new 6-lane, 800 meter track and adjacent shot putt area; new synthetic turf Field Hockey/Lacrosse Field; bleacher seating and press box for each field, with a capacity of 1500; new +/-12,000 SF locker room building; and parking for +/-30 cars.

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Wake Technical Community College

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Wake Technical Community College

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Health Sciences 2 and Parking Deck
Raleigh, NC
The new Health Sciences building is a five-storied educational facility to support the learning and education for Wake Technical Community College’s Nursing program. A key component of the new Health Sciences facility is to train nurses, radiology/MRI technicians and other allied health professionals through expansion of Wake Technical Community College’s Health Sciences Campus adjacent to WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh. The new Health Sciences building increases the square footage available, providing classroom and laboratory facilities for the nursing, nursing assisting, radiography, dental assisting, medical assisting, surgical technology, therapeutic massage and medical laboratory technology programs. This project is LEED Gold certified. A 518-space parking deck was located adjacent to the new building.

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University of North Carolina School of the Arts

University of North Carolina School of the Arts

Film Production Design Building
Winston-Salem, NC
A unique campus, the UNC School of the Arts provides educational programs in the performing arts to train young artists for professional careers. The new 30,000 sf Film Production Design Facility for the School of Filmmaking houses the Art Direction and Animation Departments, achieving one of the University’s goals to showcase work taking place within the Film School, not just the final product.

A combination of shops, studios, and labs, the new facility integrates traditional craft and fine arts with innovative technology and equipment. Shop spaces include high-bay wood shop, high-bay paint deck with spray booth, metal shop with two welding booths, and craft shop for casting, sewing, and dying. Studio spaces have both drawing boards and digital media for production, animation, and gaming.

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North Carolina Central University

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North Carolina Central University

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Nursing Building
Durham, NC

The new 69,610 sf nursing building is a state-of-the-art, technology-rich facility. Multiple classroom spaces include a 225-seat auditorium, three 75-seat classrooms for distance learning and video conferencing, and student spaces for collaborative instruction. The building houses a Simulation floor with a fundamentals training room, a maternal child health training room and a multipurpose training room along with three specialized Simulation Labs with dedicated storage for simulation mannequins.

The project has high energy efficiency and provides excellent daylighting through exterior patterning of an abstract brick quilt that symbolizes the comforting nature of a nurse’s persona. This project is LEED Gold.

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Villanova University

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Villanova University

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Davis Center Renovation
Villanova, PA

EwingCole executed a complete renovation of the existing Reception Lobby and Team Meeting Room for the Men’s Basketball program.  The Reception Lobby was modified to incorporate an efficient built-in reception desk with leather wrapped ‘basketball texture’ panel wall system, and a comfortable seating area.  A built-in, all glass trophy case recessed into a wood veneer wall system highlights the multitude of trophies and team accolades on a stainless steel and glass support system.  Corian wall panels, full glass doors, LED lighting and custom accent light wells in team colors extend up the wall and across the ceiling to further frame the trophy wall.  An updated Team Meeting Room creates a well-organized program space which can be used for several functions as a team, or in smaller sessions.  Built-in seating and work surfaces on 2 levels help maximize the use of the space.  Continuous work surfaces with integrated utilities accommodate a multitude of tasks for both players and staff.

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North Carolina State University

North Carolina State University

Yarbrough Chiller Plant
Raleigh, NC
North Carolina State University commissioned the design team to develop a new chilled water plant adjacent to the Yarbrough Steam Plant, Riddick Stadium and the future corridor for the Triangle Transit Authority light rail system. The Plant provides the necessary chilled water capacity for the immediate and future academic building planned for the North Campus. In order to reconcile the infrastructure’s presence on campus, the organization of spaces and selection of materials infuses the industrial nature of the building into a campus setting. Based on the idea of “phase change,” the transition between solid, liquid and gaseous phases of water, the design of the building emphasizes the level of energy required at each phase change. The activities are organized relative to the velocity of the system. Recipient of the Edge Award – Best Partnering/Team Approach and the AIA NC Merit Award.

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North Carolina State University

North Carolina State University

Cates Utility Plant Renovation
Raleigh, NC
Modifications at the Cates Utility Plant were made to accommodate the cogeneration equipment space. A portion of the Cates Utility Plant that housed four chillers and their cooling towers, pumps and auxiliary equipment were gutted and demolished and then replaced with a new enclosure to house the new cogeneration units. Facade treatment of the new enclosure closely matches the existing Cates Utility Plant, including brick masonry on the lower level and insulated metal panels on the upper level. The retired chiller capacity was replaced with a new 2,000 ton chiller in the 2004 Cates Chiller Plant Addition. Special consideration for construction phasing was required due to the plant’s location and the need to maintain steam and chilled water service to the campus. LEED Silver.

Saint Mary’s School

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Sarah Graham Kenan Library Renovation and Research Study
Raleigh, NC
EwingCole Interiors’ EDAC-certified staff, in collaboration with in-house researchers, performed a pre- and post-design evaluation of the Sarah Graham Kenan Library to inform design decisions and create a flexible, high-performance learning environment, expedite the project delivery process, and maximize use of the project budget. Based on the evaluation results, EwingCole identified a need for flexibility for individual and group learning and increased infrastructure for personal electronic devices. Zones were developed for individual study and active group collaboration, a technology bar for device charging was implemented, and flex learning spaces for classes or tutoring were created. Student and staff response to the renovated space has been overwhelmingly positive.

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Wake Technical Community College

Wake Technical Community College

North Campus Parking Deck
Raleigh, NC
The design of the Wake Tech North Campus Parking Deck is a site adaptation of the facility designed for the Health Sciences 2 Campus to meet the needs associated with increasing enrollments. In addition to accommodations made to meet the unique site requirements of the deck location, the cladding of the deck was re-designed to blend with the contextual architectural language of the LEED certified North Campus.Modifications to vehicular and pedestrian entry and exit points were made to function efficiently with site features and also facilitated an increase in the efficiency of the structure. Designed to occupy the same footprint as the original deck, the new facility provides spaces for an additional 19 vehicles including rechargeable electric cars. Recipient of the AIA Triangle Honor Award and AIA NC Merit Award.

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North Carolina State University

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North Carolina State University

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College of Veterinary Medicine Anatomy Lab Renovation
Raleigh, NC
As part of an expanded study built upon the findings of a larger master plan study, the College of Veterinary Medicine’s existing anatomy teaching laboratory was recognized as in need of renovations to meet today’s curricular demands while planning for future expectations. The new program and design accommodates a 50% increase in Anatomy Lab area, an expanded multipurpose lab, dedicated plastination and dry labs, relocated offices, and consolidated storage.

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United States Military Academy

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United States Military Academy

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Soctt Barracks Renovation / Modernization
West Point, NY

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Scott Barracks was originally built in 1938 and did not meet the current Army standards of living.  EwingCole was then commissioned as the AE of Record for the $53M design/build renovation and modernization of this 147,000 SF, 239-room barracks. Design and construction was completed in 11 months.  The renovation/modernization design meets the square footage, power, communications, security, and utility requirements necessary for the next fifty years.  Additional work included building code compliance and mold remediation, as well as a new fire suppression, fire notification, and infrastructure system tying into the campus-wide system.  Infrastructure improvements brought the building into compliance with all current health, safety, and building codes requirements.

 

“Scott Barracks was a huge success due to the team philosophy that was shared between EwingCole, the Designer of Record; FSA/JKC Joint Venture, the General Contractor; and the USMA. The project was completed on time and on budget due to the fact that each party involved shared the same teamwork philosophy. Without this, the project would have never been such a great success.”
Daniel C. Middleton
Project Manager
United States Military Academy

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Monmouth University

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Monmouth University

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Kessler Field
Long Branch, NJ

The new 4,200 seat multi-purpose stadium includes a 4-level press box and open-air video deck.  Totaling 14,000 SF, the facility improves sightlines and provides greater flexibility for use of the space under the seating bowl.  Spectators enjoy quick, convenient access to amenities and concessions while the booster deck offers panoramic views and an augmented game-day experience.  The stadium architecture pays homage to the existing campus architecture further reinforcing the identity of the athletic and student hub of campus.

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Bryant University

Bryant University

Fisher Student Center
Smithfield, RI

This project was a 56,000 SF renovation of the Student Center.  It features the University Bookstore, food service vendors and dining areas, a music room, student mail boxes, dedicated space for the Women’s Center, LGBT suite, Inter-Cultural Center, and a variety of student areas and offices.  The renovation created a Student Activity loft, a work area dedicated to student organizations, flexible meeting spaces, and touchdown workstations.

 
“I have a renewed amazement with the Fisher Ctr. transformation each and every time I walk into the building. Beyond the updated finishes, the real success of the project is obvious with students filling the lounges, socializing, studying, and participating in many of the endless events now held in this preferred building. Through your thoughtful reconfiguration, the space has re-energized the once dowdy center with a rich and vibrant student experience. I believe you have accomplished what you set out to and then some –congratulations!”
Lisa J. Laliberte
Senior Project Manager
Bryant University
 

 

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Princeton Theological Seminary

Princeton Theological Seminary

Bicentennial Library
Princeton, NJ

This project is a new research library of approximately 90,000 SF, and houses one of the richest theological collections in the world.

 
“EwingCole’s quality of work and documentation, project and schedule management and ability to create excellent designs within budget limitations exceeds other architecture, interior design and engineering firms with which we have worked. I personally have worked with EwingCole for over 20 years and we will continue to do so as they are our preferred design firm.”
German Martinez Jr.
Director of Facilities & Construction
Princeton Theological Seminary

Dickinson College

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Rector Science Complex Expansion
Carlisle, PA

This 19,000 SF addition houses the Biology Department’s teaching and research laboratories, along with faculty offices.  It was designed in association with Rhoads Siegel Architects.

 

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Anne Arundel Community College

Anne Arundel Community College

Andrew G. Truxal Library
Arnold, MD

This project was a 75,000 SF addition and renovation of the existing Andrew G. Truxal Library Building.  It features a 100-seat computer commons;  a tutoring center; a multicultural and diversity center; and labs for math, reading, writing, and other multi-purpose rooms.  The facility achieved a LEED Gold certification status.

 

“We have received nothing but continued accolades and praise for the building’s design and functionality from the college’s faculty, staff and students. We firmly believe the Library Renovation & Expansion project to be one of our most successful building projects, and EwingCole played a major role in helping the College in this success.”
James Taylor, Director
Facilities Planning & Construction
Anne Arundel Community College – Andrew G. Truxal Library

Hamilton College

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Hans H. Schambach Center for Music & the Performing Arts
Clinton, NY

The 29,300 sf addition includes a 750-seat auditorium, an ensemble and rehearsal room, a classroom/reception area, six faculty offices, dressing rooms and an instrument storage room.