Wayne Community College Technology Building

Project Scope:

This building serves as the technology center for the Wayne County Campus. Primary spaces include computer labs, classrooms, and administrative areas. The primary design objectives included fitting into the existing campus master plan and creating a building that respected its context while maintaining its own identity. Precast concrete and glazed curtain walls are incorporated to achieve a modern identity that respects the architectural language of the existing buildings.

Size: 30,000
Location: Goldsboro, North Carolina
Completed: 2007*

Hobbs Architects, PA. was established in 2005 following the discontinuation of Partin-Hobbs & Associates, PA. Projects completed during or prior to 2005 were designed and built while the principals of Hobbs Architects, PA. practiced architecture as Parting-Hobbs & Associates, PA. For the projects included in this website, primary design and construction administration responsibilities were directly performed by the principals of Hobbs Architects, PA.

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