Wake Technical Community College Administration Building, New Construction, Raleigh, NC
The Wake Technical Community College Administration Building project consisted of the construction of a new three-story building, new parking lots, and the revision of existing parking lots. The project also included a new stormwater system, new sanitary sewer system, new domestic/fire protection water systems, new parking lot lighting, and new plantings and sod. CLH provided landscape architecture design and construction administration services. These services included the construction of new sidewalks, raised crosswalks, brick pavers and new landscaping, including a stone faux-river feature at the front of the building.
Johnston Community College Library, Smithfield, NC – LEED Silver Certified
CLH provided civil engineering, landscape architecture design, and construction services for a new library on the Johnston Community College campus. The civil/site work for the project consisted of clearing, grading, removal of unsuitable soils, dewatering of existing wetlands, construction of new stormwater, sanitary sewer, water and other associated utility infrastructure improvements. Services included flood studies, wetlands permitting, stream crossing permitting, irrigation design, roadway design, and a utility master plan. This project was awarded LEED Silver Certification through the US Green Building Council.
Fayetteville Technical Community College Master Plan for New LEED Western Satellite Campus, Fayetteville, NC
CLH provided master planning services for this 60-acre site for a satellite campus for Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC). The new campus will include eight classroom/administrative buildings including joint use facilities and a Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Command Center for Fort Bragg. These buildings will house programs and curriculum including: Health Technologies, Vocational Programs, and Continuing Education. Master planning services included: programming, site analysis/infrastructure study, feasibility study, concept plan, and visioning exercises with the FTCC Board and staff.