SUNY Broome Community College, Darwin R. Wales Administration Building

Binghamton, New York

This circa-1960 building was originally constructed as a stereotypical two-story, double-loaded corridor, single-pane curtain wall classroom building on the campus of SUNY Broome Community College. Long since transformed into the Darwin R. Wales Administration Building, the building needed renovations to serve as the face of the college for prospective students and ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCOST PER SQ FT$86.00FEATURED IN2016 Educational Interiors ShowcaseINTERIOR CATEGORYInterior Renovation parents.
The asbestos-laden exterior curtain wall system was removed, and a new system was installed. A newly added elevator provides access to all levels of the building. The elevator addition, with its angled black panels and brick, provides a stark contrast to the new anodized curtain wall fa├žade. A new entrance lobby includes a two-story atrium and reception area.
The second-floor corridor was reconstructed and has updated finishes, seating areas and display areas for artwork created by staff and students. The renovations have transformed the facility into a modern administration building that is inviting to students, parents, faculty, administration and the entire community.