Renovating the UNC Development Office's current space, this project focused on deploying workplace strategies that integrate opportunities for collaboration, mobility, and flexibility as the department’s staff grows. The project included provisions for additional staff, systems furniture, upgraded mechanical and electrical equipment, and accessibility upgrades.

Architect of Record: SMMA


A former airplane hangar, donated to the university, was re-purposed as a Dance Studio to serve a growing department. An expanse of curtain wall was added where the hanger doors previously were. The interior consists of a sprung-dance floor area, an office, locker rooms, and support spaces.

Architect of Record: CJMW Architecture

center for design innovation

A joint effort by Forsyth Tech Community College, UNC School of the Arts, and Winston-Salem State University, the Center for Design Innovation (CDI) fills a niche in promoting multidisciplinary design research. Located in the South District of the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, CDI's 24,000sf facility provides electronics studios, classrooms, a motion capture lab, an administrative area, and a catering kitchen. 

Architect of Record: CJMW Architecture

kFbs Conference center

The Rizzo Phase III Expansion concept addressed growth in UNC-CH's KFBS programming. The project concept included conference rooms, dining areas, a commercial kitchem, fitness center, and guest rooms, as well as an adjacent parking deck.

Architect of Record: CJMW Architecture

duke faculty club

Replacing the existing facility on site, the new Duke Faculty Club includes locker rooms, a fitness center and support spaces.

Architect of Record: Duda Paine Architects

CCCC health sciences building and wicker civic center addition

The new Health Sciences building will add 30,000 square feet of classrooms, labs, and office space to CCCC's main campus. The building also includes a public dental clinic and campus bookstore. The Dennis A. Wicker Center Addition supplements the existing Civic Center's conference spaces by adding flexible breakout spaces. A culinary kitchen is also included in the building's program, which will be used by CCCC's Culinary Arts program.

Architect of Record: Hobbs Architects, PA

CCCC Emergency Services Training Center

The new Emergency Services Training Building is an 8,100 square foot expansion at the existing ESTC campus at CCCC. Primary spaces include mat and exercise rooms, classrooms, locker rooms, and administrative areas. The primary structure consists of a pre-engineered metal building system.

Architect of Record: Hobbs Architects, PA


The new Veterinary Medical Technology building is an 11,000 square foot expansion to the existing Veterinary Medical Technology program at Central Carolina Community College. Primary spaces include dog and cat housing areas, laboratories, classrooms, and administrative areas. The primary design objectives included integration with the existing campus master plan and creating a building that respected its context while maintaining its own identity.

Architect of Record: Hobbs Architects, PA