The Belk, Rowe Art, and Library quadrangles at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) are located at the center of campus, between several classroom buildings. The spaces did not function well for campus uses and contained few, if any, walkways—making them nearly inaccessible for students with disabilities. As part of a new development and addition to the campus, UNCC decided to renovate the quads to provide more functional spaces for students and staff and create a central point on campus that anchored the older and newer portions and enhanced the surrounding landscape.
Woolpert redesigned the spaces to adhere to the university’s master plan, maintaining cohesion and continuity throughout the campus. Specific features of the project included:
Along with the design of the quads, Woolpert also provided other site design assistance, including:
Please note that professional services within the State of North Carolina are performed by Woolpert North Carolina, PLLC, an affiliate of Woolpert, Inc.