Glendale Community College Technology 1 (T1) Building Remodel

Glendale, Arizona
Total Project Cost: 
$2.6 million
23,000 SF
A&P Role: 

The Technology 1 (T1) Building is a single story 23,000-sf facility constructed in 1968. It consisted of classrooms supporting Computer, Electronics, Engineering, Nutrition, Child, Family Studies instruction; faculty offices and a Head Start Child Care Center. The building was renovated to provide updated classrooms, labs, and office space. The building’s infrastructure and technology capabilities were also upgraded including the existing mechanical, electrical, information technology, plumbing, restrooms, HVAC, fire suppression and roof systems.

Awards: 2014 First Place Design Excellence Award - Public Facility / Education, American Society of Interior Design

"I had the pleasure of working with AP for the past year as we remodeled our building. Our department consists of several diverse instructional areas with very particular needs, and AP consistently demonstrated the highest abilities to work with our highly diverse employees and instructional areas. Their leadership skills include the capacity to analyze end user needs, and deliver those project needs in a very timely manner." - Laura Avila, Technology and Consumer Sciences Department Chair, Glendale Community College