DURHAM, NC – MHAworks, a Carolinas-based architecture firm, has completed administering the
construction phase of Western Carolina University’s new $16.7 million Student Recreation Center.
The 73,000-sf facility, which opened its doors to students on August 17, houses student recreation, intramural and outdoor activities and includes such state-of-the-art amenities as a 50-foot climbing wall, indoor elevated running track, two multipurpose courts for basketball or volleyball, weight lifting area, cardiovascular equipment and two mirror-lined group exercise studios.
Construction of the facility was completed on time and under budget. Corley Redfoot Zack, Inc. was the project’s lead designer.
MHAworks is a progressive architecture firm with offices in the Triangle, Charlotte and Greenville, North Carolina. Since 1988, the firm has prided itself on client-focused service and a commitment to quality project management. MHAworks’ Design Studios include: Healthcare, Commercial Office, Municipal, Education, Worship, Multi-Family Housing, Industrial and Historic Restoration.
For more information visit www.mhaworks.com.