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  1. Student Library and Learning Center

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    The contemporary, angular design draws you inward toward the main lobby space and up through a five-level atrium, which serves as the heart of the building.

  2. D.P. Culp Center Renovation and Addition

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    The 126,000 sf renovation converts a brutalist building into an open and flexible student center designed to elevate the transparency of the center’s activities. The building carefully blends into the existing fabric of the campus, while prioritizing a modern and high-performing façade.

  3. Liberal Arts and Technology Building and Health Careers and Sciences Building

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    When Cuyahoga Community College made the decision to expand its Westshore campus from one building to two, they knew it was an opportunity to do more than build a new building: it was a chance to define a new campus to serve western Cuyahoga County. In 2017, Moody Nolan was selected to design the Westshore Campus Center as “Phase II” of their planned three phase campus master plan established in 2010.

  4. Arts and Sciences Building

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    The building is composed of large interlocking masses that relate program elements to the campus and community context. The elongated western building façade is broken down through massing and rhythmic patterns that have a direct relationship to the programs they contain. The façade announces this building as a gateway piece for all new campus growth in the community.

  5. Pearson Hall Renovation

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    Pearson Hall, built in 1985, serves the biological sciences building including the Departments of Biology and Microbiology. This phased, occupied rehabilitation will renovate teaching and research labs, offices, common areas, MEPF and circulation spaces over approximately four years. It is anticipated that 75% of the approximately 168,000 sq. ft. interior will be renovated by this project. In addition, an enabling project at Hughes Hall C Wing will provide flexible interdisciplinary swing space to house occupants as sections of Pearson are renovated. As Criteria Architect, Moody Nolan will oversee the planning and design of all phases of the project with a primary focus on laboratory design.