Lincoln Co. Administration Complex Renovation

Lincoln County, North Carolina
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Square Footage

160,000 SF

Project Description

Upon the completion of the County’s Space Needs Assessment and Master Plan, Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects was further commissioned to perform complete architectural services for the renovation of the vacant hospital into the County’s new Administration Building.

Upon completion, the facility will house the following departments: Administration, Finance, Human Resources, 911 Communications, Emergency Management, I.T., Public Works, Planning & Inspections, Environmental Health, Soil & Water Conservation, Fire Marshall, Parks & Rec., Veterans Services, Cooperative Extension, Board of Elections, Facilities Maintenance and Health Department.

Because the original structure was constructed in1969, Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects is performing a comprehensive evaluation, redesign and improvement of building systems such as electrical systems, HVAC systems and plumbing systems to ensure the facility is as functional as possible. To further the efficiency of the facility, our design team will complete construction documents and materials selections that meet the sustainable and life cycle cost goals for the project.

Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects is currently assisting the County in soliciting proposals, interviewing, and making recommendation for a Construction Manager at Risk to perform all construction work on the project.

Our Involvement

Currently in Design
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Square Footage

160,000 SF

Project Description

Upon the completion of the County’s Space Needs Assessment and Master Plan, Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects was further commissioned to perform complete architectural services for the renovation of the vacant hospital into the County’s new Administration Building.

Upon completion, the facility will house the following departments: Administration, Finance, Human Resources, 911 Communications, Emergency Management, I.T., Public Works, Planning & Inspections, Environmental Health, Soil & Water Conservation, Fire Marshall, Parks & Rec., Veterans Services, Cooperative Extension, Board of Elections, Facilities Maintenance and Health Department.

Because the original structure was constructed in1969, Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects is performing a comprehensive evaluation, redesign and improvement of building systems such as electrical systems, HVAC systems and plumbing systems to ensure the facility is as functional as possible. To further the efficiency of the facility, our design team will complete construction documents and materials selections that meet the sustainable and life cycle cost goals for the project.

Stewart-Cooper-Newell Architects is currently assisting the County in soliciting proposals, interviewing, and making recommendation for a Construction Manager at Risk to perform all construction work on the project.

Our Involvement

Currently in Design