- Emeryville, CA
- PreK-12 school, athletic fields, wellness center, public library, city recreation facilities, community meeting rooms, welcome center
The Emeryville Center for Community Life (ECCL) was conceived as a community nexus where schools, community services, art and recreation programs are strategically integrated to forge a vibrant and healthy gathering place for the entire Emeryville community. The project is currently in the Construction Documents phase.
- Chalmette, LA
- Fine arts center, theater, lounge, early childhood
The State of Louisiana commissioned Concordia to design a replacement for the Fine Arts Center at Nunez Community College, which flooded during Hurricane Katrina. A new two story building will house the fine and performing arts programs as well as an early childhood teaching program. The new center features a black box theater and student lounge, along with art studios for painting, sculpture, printing, and graphic design.
- New Orleans, LA
- PreK early learning center, drop-off and event pavilion
In 2010, Concordia completed the Ursuline Academy Early Learning Center. Concordia worked closely with Ursuline’s teachers and staff to develop a curriculum and appropriate architectural design for the school based on the environmentally rich education principles developed by the citizens of Reggio Emilia, Italy.
- Houston, Texas
- K-5 school, public library, business incubator, health/fitness center, art center, ampitheather, and public park
The campus of the Baker Ripley Neighborhood Center supports a large underserved and ethnically diverse population in the Gulfton/Sharpstown neighborhood of southwest Houston. The master-planning component of this project included six months of intense community engagement with residents to identify site assets and future needs.
- New Orleans, LA
- Library, Computer Lab, Offices, Reading Rooms, and Storage Space for the Milton H. Latter Branch and the Friends of New Orleans Public Library
Concordia was hired by the City of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to produce a Comprehensive Facility Assessment and Master Plan for improvements. The Master Plan recommended breaking the project in two phases, linked to available funding sources from FEMA, CDBG, and the City of New Orleans. Phase I included a full… Continue reading