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Miami-Dade College Hialeah Campus

Hialeah, FL

Zyscovich was selected to remodel and renovate the 59,000 SF 1790 facility to provide the following academic program & support spaces: classrooms, science lab suites, library/study space and office space. A connection between the MDC 1780 and 1790 facility on each of the four floors will create the following spaces as a part of the union: classrooms, multipurpose area, office space, the main entrance to both buildings, and the pedestrian & utilities connections to a future parking garage that will be located immediately to the south of both facilities. The student support functions located in the 1776 facility will be provided in the remodeled 1790 facility.

The remodeling and renovation of a small portion of the 1780 facility will provide the following academic program & support spaces: classrooms, testing, math lab suite, central food court & dining area/internet café. The 1776 one story building will be remodeled and renovated into the wellness center and related spaces. The extensive remodeling and renovation with addition will include all building systems (HVAC, electrical, plumbing, elevators, lighting, acoustics, etc.) and room finishes/furniture/ equipment for all areas in the 1790 facility. The project design will incorporate the College’s prototypical learning environment planning principles, strive for LEED certification, include new student social environments where possible and specify standard College IT systems and furniture/equipment.

Zyscovich was selected to remodel and renovate the 59,000 SF 1790 facility to provide the following academic program & support spaces: classrooms, science lab suites, library/study space and office space. A connection between the MDC 1780 and 1790 facility on each of the four floors will create the following spaces as a part of the union: classrooms, multipurpose area, office space, the main entrance to both buildings, and the pedestrian & utilities connections to a future parking garage that will be located immediately to the south of both facilities. The student support functions located in the 1776 facility will be provided in the remodeled 1790 facility.

The remodeling and renovation of a small portion of the 1780 facility will provide the following academic program & support spaces: classrooms, testing, math lab suite, central food court & dining area/internet café. The 1776 one story building will be remodeled and renovated into the wellness center and related spaces. The extensive remodeling and renovation with addition will include all building systems (HVAC, electrical, plumbing, elevators, lighting, acoustics, etc.) and room finishes/furniture/ equipment for all areas in the 1790 facility. The project design will incorporate the College’s prototypical learning environment planning principles, strive for LEED certification, include new student social environments where possible and specify standard College IT systems and furniture/equipment.