Southeast Missouri State University – Houck Stadium

Southeast Missouri State University – Houck Stadium

IN PROGRESS

  • Houck Stadium
  • Renovation
  • 65,000-100,000 SF
  • $20-26 million

Boasting an accelerated schedule set to be complete in Fall of 2022, the stadium’s natural site is located within an existing quarry and will create a unique environment for many future student, community and athletic events.

Hollis + Miller was tasked with redesigning a new 10,000-seat stadium for Southeast Missouri State University (SEMO) to transform its 91-year-old existing stadium into a new front porch for Redhawk athletics and SEMO’s campus. Focusing on the player, fan and recruiting experience was key to help form a new identity and provide a multi-phase, multi-use development revitalizing the gateway connecting the University and downtown Cape Girardeau.

As one of the largest, most ambitious construction projects in the university’s nearly 150-year history, the project will transform SEMO’s stadium into a vibrant multi-use complex spanning nearly 10-acres. The facility will provide more than 175,000 square feet of flexible, high-capacity, and modern space to house academic programs, provide space for experiential learning activities supported by public-private partnerships, create venues for economic and community events, and renovate space for athletic competitions (University, high school and community).

The project is the result of the University’s desire to create an integrated, hybrid facility focusing on SEMO students, faculty, and staff – academically, personally, and professionally – designed to serve visitors and members of the community. Located within an existing quarry, our team seized the opportunity to expose the natural qualities of the rock to create a unique environment for fans to gather and engage, creating memorable experiences tailored to individual needs.

Glen Oaks Community College

Glen Oaks Community College David H. & Patricia A. Devier Student suites

CENTREVILLE, MICHIGAN

  • New Construction
  • 41,000 SF total
  • $6.5 million

Students live on campus for the first time.

Research shows that students who live on campus are more successfully academically because it is easier for them to connect to their peers and develop strong study habits. Nestled in a treed hillside, the 108-bed residence hall’s two-and four-bedroom suites have a breathtaking view of the wooded landscape. Each suite includes a full shared kitchen, bathrooms and a furnished living room.

Summit Trail Middle School

Summit Trail Middle School

OLATHE, KANSAS

  • Olathe Public Schools
  • New Construction
  • 140,000 SF
  • $31 million

Learning has no bounds at the new Summit Trail Middle School.

In order to accommodate their growing student population, Olathe Public School’s needed a 10th middle school. Adapted from their most recently completed middle school, Summit Trail provides a familiar and functional space while pushing the boundaries of customized learning.

Open corridors blur the line of circulation and usable space. Located in each learning pod are “genius bars” with fully integrated technology for small group collaboration. Glazing provides transparency from classrooms to common spaces, encouraging breakout participation. Moveable furniture elevates the learning environment by providing students and teachers the flexibility to customize their space at any given moment.

Independence Uptown Market

Independence Uptown Market

INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI

  • New Construction
  • 6,700 SF
  • $3.3 million

A revitalized downtown area offers a venue for farmers, citizens and small business owners to gather.

The Independence Uptown Market is the combined vision of citizens, farmers and business owners brought from idea to reality within the span of 18 months. An open-air pavilion paired with an enclosed farmers market pavilion offer a venue for local craftsmen to sell their goods. The enclosed venue offers the opportunity to host regional events that will bring commerce into the city, as well as weddings, parties and corporate events. The new building revitalizes the central area and offers a collaborative gathering space that will benefit citizens and business owners alike for years to come and fosters a sense of community.

Liggett Trail Early Education Center

Liggett Trail Early Education Center

BLUE SPRINGS, MISSOURI

  • Blue Springs School District
  • Renovation and Addition
  • $7.5 million
  • 19,800 SF

Colorful graphics and an interactive playground at Liggett Trail Early Education Center connect students with the natural environment while providing a safe, nurturing home for young learners.

At the end of a meandering drive surrounded by trees and greenery, the addition to Liggett Trail Early Education Center blends seamlessly with the existing building and fosters curiosity, learning and joy. Natural daylighting fills every inch of the space, accentuated by environmental graphics depicting the four seasons and various climates for students to explore throughout the winding corridors. Young minds are immersed in colorful, intentional learning spaces serving functional purposes. The new classrooms each boast a dishwasher, diaper changing station and shared accessible restrooms, all necessities to provide a comfortable and nurturing environment for the tiniest of learners.

Jackson College

Jackson College Campus View 3

JACKSON, MICHIGAN

  • New Construction
  • 71,000 SF total
  • $10 million

Every student can now have a home on campus with the addition of two new residence halls.

With community spaces and computer labs on each floor and extra-large closets to hold athletic equipment, Campus View 3 accommodates all students. Two residence halls house 200 students in two- and four-bedroom suites, creating a welcome addition to the campus’s existing residence halls.

Rising Hill and Northview Elementary Schools

RISING HILL AND NORTHVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
RISING HILL AND NORTHVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Rising Hill and Northview Elementary Schools

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

  • North Kansas City School District
  • New Construction
  • Rising Hill: $20 million & 58,000 SF
  • Northview: $21.7 million & 70,900 SF
  • LEED Certified

Designed in tandem, Rising Hill and Northview Elementary Schools provide flexible, collaborative spaces that serve every type of learner.

Reinforcing a district-wide emphasis on literacy, the heart of these two schools are spacious, exposed media centers that push the envelope of a traditional library. Students have opportunities to gather on a learning stair for lessons, collaborate in smaller groups, or focus in a nook on an independent project or to enjoy their favorite book.

The academic neighborhoods set the stage for differentiated learning, accommodating every type of lesson and learner. Classrooms with garage doors are adjacent to collaborative spaces, amplifying space for group activities, breakout sessions or individualized learning. Writeable locker surfaces give students a sense of pride and ownership of their space, reinforcing an environment that is truly designed for the students.

As a forward-thinking district, the two elementary schools contain individual, single occupancy bathroom stalls that promote safety and privacy to ensure that every student feels comfortable in their environment.

Metropolitan Community College-Engineering Technology Center

MCC_Exterior

Metropolitan Community College – Engineering Technology Center

  • Penn Valley Campus-Engineering Technology Center
  • Renovation & Addition
  • 16,000 SF
  • $7 million

An integrated fabrication lab brings forth many opportunities for engineering majors, art majors and the surrounding community.

Metropolitan Community College is relocating the Engineering Technology program from the Business and Technology Campus to the Penn Valley Campus to increase utilization of their existing building and create synergies between the college’s graphic design diagram and the engineering technology program.

Functions such as the fabrication lab and the 3D printing lab offer regular opportunities for students to collaborate, ideate and prototype in a shared space that will now be available to the graphic design program housed in the current Carter Arts Building. The physical placement of the program on the south edge of the Penn Valley campus is seen as a means of being a visible and usable asset to the community from which they can also access tools and technical expertise provided by talented and industry-connected faculty. In addition, it will feature a double-height space for the fabrication lab with greater connectivity to the exterior environment through the use of extensive glazing and covered outdoor spaces offering students their choice of environments in which to create.

Liberty High School

As a pinnacle in the community, Carl B Bruce Middle School provides the student population with a secure, comfortable learning environment.

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