NC A&T Student Union / Greensboro, NC

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The Details

Opened in 1969, the original Student Union was built as a gathering space for the students. The facility was expanded as the University grew. Over time, the University has continued to grow along with the increased need for a central “living room” of the University. This project will demolish the 1969 portion of the building and add a significant space to the remaining portion. The new, larger building will make a statement on campus, as well as better meet the needs of the University and its students.

The new $70 million Student Union will have state-of-the-art features and technology consistent with the ideals of the University. The building will also feature large window walls that will provide views out to the rest of the campus and views into the building highlighting its key features.

The building will be steel framed with composite steel floors bearing on steel columns. The steel framing will allow for long open spans throughout the building in order to have large open spaces for gathering. The new addition will seamlessly tie into the existing building, providing a cohesive facility.



NC A&T State University


Vines Architecture

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$70 Million

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