The 10-month project duration consisted of a full gut and remodel of a 23,800-square-foot area with two small additions: the new front main entrance (800-square-feet) and an entrance off the existing building (250-square-feet).
Located in the middle of KCC’s campus and ongoing during the school year, the site was very tight with no parking or lay down areas for the contractors to use. Therefore, all of the materials needed to be brought on-site as needed. On one side of the site was an occupied theater, while an occupied corridor and temporary office space sat on the other side. The project was also a full gut and remodel, so all of the major mechanical and electrical items were removed, reworked, and replaced, with a new generator added.
Overall, the new Student Services Center has an open environment that allows for good traffic flow for students and faculty alike to access and enjoy each space within the facility easily.