East Carolina University Clement Residence Hall Renovations
CLH was part of the design team for the Clement Residence Hall Renovation project to address all code non-compliant issues. The project consisted of interior and exterior renovations to the existing building, as well as new architectural construction at the entrance lobby. Site work included work on each side of the building. CLH also completed associated landscape services, storm and irrigation work with the improvements, as well as a new accessible route from the front door plaza area down to Reade Circle. The main goals were to create an inviting entry to complement the new architecture, and to provide a private patio space on the west side next to Reade Circle.
East Carolina University Todd Dining Hall Exterior Stair Renovations
CLH served as prime consultant on this project, providing landscape architecture and civil engineering design, permitting, and construction services. The Todd Dining Hall is located on College Hill Drive within ECU’s campus. Site work associated with this exciting new gateway project into “The Hill” consisted of demolition of existing pavement and stairs, site renovations including new grading, monumental stairs, retaining walls, stairs and ramps, sidewalks, paving, brick pavers, striping, new bus shelter pad and footings, seat walls, patio areas, landscaping and irrigation, along with associated infrastructure for both Todd Dining and Jones Residence Halls.
UNC-Chapel Hill Cobb (Northeast) Parking Deck, Chiller Plant, Tennis Courts and Courtyard Renovations
CLH performed the site design for an eight-acre complex that included a new chiller plant, tennis and basketball facilities, parking deck and outdoor plazas surrounded by seven existing residence / academic halls. Roadway and parking design included 400 feet of additional two lane road improvements with two roundabouts, new fire lane, new parking spaces, new sidewalks with multiple connections to existing sidewalks, and two entrances to the new parking deck. This project also incorporated renovations to the adjacent Paul Green Theatre and Chapel Hill Cemetery. Careful attention was paid to respecting the historic Chapel Hill Cemetery (listed on the National Register of Historic Places) by using historical landscaping and reconstructing the historic walls.
UNC Greensboro Kaplan Center for Wellness – LEED Gold Certified
CLH provided civil engineering design, permitting and construction administration services on the new student recreation center. Services included infrastructure/utility design for on and off-site design, erosion control design, storm drainage and stormwater management design, and permitting. The new Kaplan Center for Wellness will be part of UNC-Greensboro’s new Mixed-Use Village. The overall project is in a redevelopment area comprised of industrial, business and residential properties bounded by city streets. A separate building will house the primary mechanical components for the Kaplan Wellness Center. Site work included a demolition plan for on-site features that are being removed, utilities, pavement and curb and gutter design (i.e., roadways, parking lots, services areas and sidewalks), storm drainage and stormwater management design, erosion control, grading, permitting and LEED documentation pertaining to stormwater management. This project received LEED Gold certification.
North Carolina State University Berry, Becton and Bagwell Residence Halls, Honors Building & Courtyard, Additions/Renovations
CLH provided landscape architecture and civil engineering services for the historic Berry, Becton and Bagwell dormitories, which house students from NC State’s University Honors Program to create a “Living & Learning Environment”. A new Commons Building was constructed to be used as a student union, housing a 24-hour help desk, C-Store, and other amenities. Site design included a large pedestrian courtyard with open space, a volleyball court, and intimate seating. The courtyard is utilized by all students in “The Quad” and is geared toward both active and passive recreation. The design of both the buildings and quad reflect the style and character of the three 1930’s dormitories. In addition, the Village is located across the street from the City of Raleigh’s Pullen Park.
Elon University Global Neighborhood & Lakeside Dining Hall, New Construction – LEED Silver Certified
CLH conducted a 38,000 SF dining facility addition located adjacent to Lake Mary Nell on the Elon University campus. The dining hall addition to the existing Moseley Center effectively doubles the size of the existing building and offers views of the adjacent lake. A courtyard area for the students was also part of the design. This project received LEED Silver Certification.