To reinforce an enduring commitment to providing outstanding resources, Centre College administrators commissioned Hastings+Chivetta for a focused master plan effort in the fall of 2002. The project focused on the expansion, renovation and unification of the main academic building, Crounse Hall and the athletic/recreation facilities, Sutcliffe Hall.
The outcome represents a joint effort of Centre College stakeholders and design consultants from Hastings+Chivetta Architects, Inc. The planning process spanned a three-month period encompassing assessment, programming, cost estimation, and site analysis. Each phase of work included on-campus design workshops and continual dialogue with campus administrators.
Hastings+Chivetta completed dramatic improvements to Crounse Hall and Sutcliffe Hall, and has since worked on several other projects for Centre, including the Campus Center (LEED Silver), Pearl Residence Hall (the first LEED Gold building in Kentucky), Young Hall Science Center (LEED Gold), and the Brockman Residential Commons (LEED Silver).