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From the Desk of RSC Architects – Higher Education

IMG_5209-1024x682 Admissions Office – RSC completed the $400,000 renovation of an existing 3,500 SF undergraduate admissions office suite. The facility now features a new glass-enclosed visitor’s reception area, as well as administrative offices and conference rooms, and proudly boasts new finishes, lighting, and HVAC systems.



int-12-1024x682Pharmacy School – Phase II of III of the renovation of an existing office building in Florham Park, NJ, is now complete. RSC renovated 48,000 SF on the first and second floors of the building to include classrooms, offices, a virtual simulation pharmacy, a faculty research center, and a lab. Stay tuned for details on phase III, which is set to be completed in July 2016.

AIA Design Award for Hudson County Schools of Technology – Career Technical High School

Hudson-County-Schools-of-Technology-Career-Technical-High-School-1024x617RSC Architects is pleased to announced that it is the recipient of a Silver Medal for Design Excellence in the Category of Un-built Non-Residential in the 2012 Newark and Suburban American Institute of Architects (AIA) Design Awards for the design of the Hudson County Schools of Technology – Career Technical High School.

The full article can be found here. The award-winning design can be viewed here.

Secaucus Recreation Center Wins NJRPA Design Award

Secaucus-Recreation-Center-Prof.-HR-Photos-3-300x225After earning a spot in the Athletic Business 2010 Architectural Showcase, the Secaucus Recreation Center was recently awarded yet another prominent design accolade.

The New Jersey Recreation and Park Association (NJRPA), a nonprofit organization that supports the advocacy, stewardship and management of the parks and recreation industry, bestowed the two-year-old facility with its Class 1 Facility Design Award. According to the NJRPA web site, the “excellence is design award is presented for excellence is design of completed recreation and park facilities intended for public use.” The Class 1 award is reserved for facilities in municipalities with populations less than 20,000.