Education

Twin River Commons New Dormitory Design

This project involved the design and construction of a new 400-bed, 170,000 square foot residence hall for Binghamton University Students.

SUNY Plattsburgh Harrington Hall Dormitory Renovation

Harrington Hall is an L-shaped, clad brick veneer, 43,000 square foot structure on the campus of SUNY Plattsburgh that was constructed in 1957.

Ithaca College Peggy Ryan Williams Center Building Design and Construction Administration

This project involved the design and construction administration of the Ithaca College Peggy Ryan Williams Center (PRWC) Administration Building.

University at Albany Waterbury Hall & Eastman Tower Fire Alarm Designs

Waterbury Hall is a 113,000-square foot dormitory building on the University at Albany Downtown Campus.

Binghamton University Downtown Academic Center

Binghamton University constructed a new satellite campus located within the heart of Binghamton, New York.

University Park Steam Condensate and Cooling Tower Upgrades Construction Administration Services

The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) arm of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) supports the Pasture Systems and Watershed Management Research Unit at University Park, PA

Mid-Atlantic Social Security Center: Training Center

Delta provided design, construction documents, and post-construction-award services for the renovation of approximately 30,000 sf on two floors of the Mid-Atlantic Social Security Administration Center in Philadelphia, PA, to create a new Regional Training Facility while it remained in use.

Navy Medicine Manpower Personnel Training & Education Center

Working together with Pennoni & Associates & Corinthian Contractors, Inc., Delta completed all of design and construction phases of the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse for Navy Medicine Manpower Personnel Training & Education Center at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center historic Building 1.

Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building

The Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building was designed for the University of Maryland’s Clark School of Engineering to respond to academic demands in new technologies.