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  1. Student Center

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    The third major building on their rapidly growing Dallas campus, this new facility is a critical component of the campus master plan and houses four primary departments.

  2. Jack Yates High School

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    For Phase 1, Moody Nolan designed this new senior high school to educate students in four Career and Technical Education Area’s (CTE’s). These include transportation: logistics/maritime, graphic design and production, arts: AV – production and arch/construction, and finally, health science. Specific spaces such as the learning commons/information center storage are being designed to benefit the larger community.

  3. Outpatient Surgery Center and Sky-Bridges

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    Located in Dallas County, Parkland is one of the largest public hospitals in the country, with 865 inpatient beds and over one million outpatient visits per year. As part of their new $1.2 billion campus expansion, Parkland selected Moody Nolan as the Design Architect, along with Architect of Record, VAI, for a new 245,000 sq. ft. outpatient clinic.

  4. Student Recreation Center

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    As part of a student led effort to promote health and wellness, Prairie View A&M University undertook efforts to provide an updated recreation facility and practice venue for current students. Moody Nolan worked in association with Smith and Company Architects for this new 92,000 sq. ft. Student Recreation Center that surrounds the existing natatorium and connects to the Billy Nicks Field House. Based on student needs, the new building accommodates outdoor pursuits, childcare, a demonstration kitchen, an indoor running track, a climbing wall, gameroom, student study space, a multipurpose gymnasium / ballroom space, multipurpose space, weight training, an outdoor patio connected to the pool, and even a health bar.

  5. Redwine Student Wellness Center

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    Located on the edge of campus, this new student recreation and wellness center serves as a high-profile gateway facility while aligning with the contextual style of the existing campus. The center houses a two-court multipurpose gym, fitness and strength training areas, aerobic/dance studios, suspended walking/jogging track and a student health center. Oriented to maximize views of an on-site lake, the facility is part of a larger site development that includes sand volleyball courts, a recreation pool and spa and walking/jogging trails.