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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. Inpatient Pavilion and Ambulatory Wellness Center

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    Recognizing the growth of the Marysville region, along with the transition from agricultural to a more suburban-like setting, Moody Nolan and Memorial worked to create a connected campus that reflects the level of care expected from a large urban facility while celebrating their local community. The 60-bed inpatient tower and freestanding ambulatory pavilion is centered around creating a new and enhanced, patient-focused care environment.

  3. Central Library Renovation

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    The Atlanta Fulton Central Library renovation elevates a 1980’s brutalist structure into a modern library for the 21st century. The building is LEED Gold certified and incorporates sustainable features that enhance building performance and promote human health.

     

  4. NMAAM Signage & Wayfinding, Donor Exhibit, and Gift Shop

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    The National Museum of African American Music is the only museum dedicated to preserving and celebrating the many music genres created, influenced and inspired by African Americans. The museum’s expertly-curated collections share the story of the American soundtrack by integrating history and interactive technology to bring the musical heroes of the past into the present.

     

  5. High School Addition

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    This private school has finalized the final footprint of the high school. It is projected that 360 students will be enrolled in the updated 9-12 high school. The addition has been designed for five-year enrollment growth to 475.