With a growing number of new students each year, NWCC planned a new 160-student dormitory for the Senatobia Campus. Each dormitory unit houses four students who have their own kitchen, washer/dryer, bathroom, living room and sleeping quarters. The complex also has a centrally located host house, office and gathering area for the students.
Privacy, safety, energy efficiency and low maintenance were all primary design requirements specified by the owner and met in the design of this complex.
By working closely with the staff and our consultants, AERC was able to provide quality construction documents in a timely manner. Architectural design was delivered in less than three months and bids were under budget. As planned, the complex was completed in time for the students to move in for the spring semester.
Contractor: Grinder Building Corporation, Inc.
Structural: Chad Stewart & Associates, Inc. Mechanical: Thompson Engineering, Inc. Electrical: Canup Engineering, Inc.