Binghamton, NY | 2002 | 90,000 sf
American School & University Magazine Outstanding Design Award—Education
This signature building developed a gateway for entry onto the campus and created an image for the campus. With anticipated challenges from the onset, requiring complicated shifting of offices and traffic patterns, along with the complexity of this 600’ long building Kevin Hom Architect brought order tying the building into the pedestrian and vehicular campus patterns. The building includes a post office, an auditorium, student organizations, media room and a food court. One of the exceptional design features is a clock tower that ties together the upper and lower campuses.