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UNC Pembroke’s West Hall Transformation is Complete!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When given the chance, an old building can often surprise in its ability to take on a new use. This adaptive re-use project at UNC Pembroke is a great example of transformation. Originally designed as a residence hall in 1965, West Hall now houses the IT Innovation Center for students and faculty. The team was excited to work with UNC Pembroke to breath new life into the structure, and provide the campus a building they can use for many years to come.

UNC Charlotte celebrates the Grand Opening of their New State-of-the-Art Rec Center!

Jenkins Peer Architects could not be more proud to be a part of this amazing project on UNC Charlotte’s campus! The new rec center (UREC) will offers students a unique atmosphere to stay active on campus and engage in different programs that focus on health and well-being. The center includes basketball courts, volleyball courts, multi-purpose courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, locker rooms, an elevated running track, fitness equipment and group classes, cycle studios, a demo kitchen, as well as a dedicated area for cardio and strength training.

We truly hope the students at UNC Charlotte enjoy their new rec space as much as we enjoyed designing it for them!

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Construction Update: UNC Charlotte’s New Rec Center