Jersey City, New Jersey – A new $25.9 million, 70,070-square-foot Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) building opened on the Jersey City campus of Hudson County Community College. Designed by Hackensack, NJ-based RSC Architects, the state-of-the-art complex consolidates and centralizes the college’s STEM programs into one location serving 700-750 students.
Newark, New Jersey – With the continuing evolution of technology, many institutions of higher education are finding it necessary to provide space that is appropriate for its students evolving needs. Essex County College is no different. The administration saw an opportunity here to craft a space that provides more than a place to study; it grants inspiration and serenity at the same time.
Hackensack, New Jersey – Industry-wide efforts to deliver an improved hospital experience for patients and families combined with the pressure to safely minimize the length of a hospital stay has created a movement toward patient-centric healing environments. In addition, hospitals are under intense scrutiny for infection prevention and the efficacy of its staff.
Secaucus, New Jersey – Hudson County Schools of Technology partnered with RSC Architects to create the new High Tech High School under construction in Secaucus, NJ. The $143 million, 341,000-square-foot school—which will replace the aging, undersized North Bergen campus—will house nearly 2,000 students in more than 70 classrooms with specialized instruction and experience rooms.