• NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC

  • NC A&T STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    Location: GREENSBORO, NC

    NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY NEW STUDENT CENTER - ADVANCE PLANNING

    The advance planning and programming for the New Student Center is meant to define the parameters for the architectural design. Through planning and programming, the existing site conditions and campus master plan are evaluated to rationalize the Student Center’s siting, however during this phase the main focus will be to define and reconcile user needs with the required funds for construction, and to define an appropriate cost level which meets the level of ambition NC A&T and the Project Team has for the project.

    Planning for the New Student Center included the following:

    • Review  existing conditions, building infrastructure and systems;
    • Review and assess the Bookstore and food service revenue generating operations;
    • Document the space utilization of offices, meeting rooms, casual spaces, study areas, student activity areas, and general facility circulation;
    • Perform a comparative analysis of competitor institutions and model programs at other universities;
    • Perform a detailed financial market analysis of revenue potential and associated cost estimates of potential facility improvements;
    • Develop conceptual program options;
    • Determine building operating costs and unit operating costs for proposed enhancements; and
    • Identify revenue potential from student fees and speculative sources.

    The program was derived from a series of student intercept interviews / town hall meetings, campus wide student surveys, and User and Stakeholder work sessions to determine the current and future needs for the New Student Center. Over 700 students participated in the data gathering phase. Two committees; the Planning Committee and the Executive Committee worked with the design team to finalize decisions pertaining to the overall program. 

    GREENSBORO, NC