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  1. Recreation and Wellness Center

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    The Recreation and Wellness Center will serve as a catalyst to connect the lower portions of campus with the upper portions on the hilltop, eliminating the perceived divide between the two regions. Replacing the O’Hara Garage and Learning Research and Development (LRDC), the Recreation and Wellness Center integrates recreation, fitness, student life and academic spaces.

  2. Panzer Lacrosse Stadium

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    The challenge of this project was to create a 1,400-seat lacrosse stadium on a tight sloping site that would serve as one of the top lacrosse facilities in the nation. The goal was to enable Intercollegiate Athletes to host a variety of events, including the Big Ten Tournament and NCAA championship preliminary rounds, which would better position Penn State for recruitment and retention.

  3. Intramural Building

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    The challenge for this design effort was to create a new dynamic image to a very non-descript and functional recreation building. To reflect the active and dynamic program of the building, the entire facility was opened up to controlled day-lighting.

  4. Student Success Center

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    Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC), formerly Burlington County College, consolidated multiple campuses and satellite learning centers into a single, main campus in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. RCBC hired the team of USA and Moody Nolan to design the Student Success Center for their new main campus, which is intended to create a fresh image for the College and provide a dynamic, social and collaborative environment for its students.

  5. Aramark Student Training and Recreation Complex

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    Moody Nolan designed a new facility that houses a 70-yard indoor synthetic turn field for football practice and intramural use. The building adds 8,500 sq. ft. of weight training/exercise space, a three-story climbing and bouldering wall, a juice bar and other supporting spaces. The front of the building houses clinical teaching labs and classrooms for the College of Public Health.