South Building Restoration
Originally constructed in 1799, UNC Chapel Hill’s historic South Building has housed several different university resources over the course of its long history ranging from dormitories to administrative office space. Our team was hired by UNC to complete multiple alterations to the building. During the first phase of renovations, our team completed a holistic building code and accessibility review of the building and provided various office and conferencing design options for the garden level, level two, and level three of the building. Alterations include an upgrade to the existing lighting, revised mechanical systems, new coffered ceiling in the main entry space, adjusted storage, and a new office area.
The second phase of renovations is currently taking place on the garden level of the building. Alterations will include accessibility improvements to exterior ramps, stairs, landings, and routes. Additional work includes bringing the restrooms up to code and altering the space to better accommodate the final occupants.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
- Construction Administration
- Interior Design
- Space Management