WCU Current Projects

Brown Building Renovation

Brown

 

Designer: WATSON TATE SAVORY

 

Brown Cafeteria 1st Floor plan   -    Brown Cafeteria Ground Floor plan   -    Site plan  -  Photo Gallery 

 

DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

 

Project is to fully renovate Brown Building built in 1960 that previously housed a cafeteria on WCU's upper campus. The project will include renovation of the existing 30,240 square feet two-story building and an addition of approximately 25,124 square feet to address additional program requirements beyond existing building square footage. The project will include site work to incorporate new site circulation paths, parking and utilities, including a new energy plant to service this building and adjacent buildings. Total square footage projection is 55,364 square feet.

 

 

Recent Projects

  

Mixed Use Development

Noble Hall 

Noble

Western Carolina University’s Noble Hall is a new 120,000-square-foot mixed-use facility on Centennial Drive in the heart of campus. Occupied fall 2016.

 

 

 

Mixed Use Development 
Programming and Concept Study (2014)


Concept

Programming & Concept Study 

 

In collaboration with a project steering committee, Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Company conducted this study to assess the potential and outline the parameters for a mixed use development along Centennial Drive, in the heart of Western Carolina University’s main campus. This development is a chance to introduce a “main street” atmosphere for the campus as well to provide additional student housing and retail space. The program was established through a series of four workshops between Hanbury Evans and the WCU committee. 

 
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