South College

Main Campus and Parkside Campus

Knoxville, Tennessee

JAI has provided South College with design services since 2002, including the college’s first building in the Neoclassical style and the Parkside Campus expansion.

Main Campus
Square feet: 65,000
Cost: $7,000,000
Year Completed: 2005

South College selected JAI by to provide full architectural and interior design services for the new Main Campus. The design for the 7-acre site allowed sufficient parking and site circulation, while also maintaining a campus-like quadrangle and outdoor spaces for students to congregate. The Neoclassical style is intended to represent the idyllic image of a college campus similar to the University of Virginia. Interior functions include classroom and lecture rooms, labs, radiography training and administrative offices. The building design also will accommodate a 40,000-square-foot expansion.

Parkside Centre Learning Site
Square feet: 85,000
Seats: 200
Cost: $4,500,000
Year completed: 2010

JAI designed the West Knoxville expansion for the South College’s Parkside Campus. Demolition began in March 2010, inside the former Goody’s headquarters to convert the corporate space into classrooms, labs and administrative areas. The college occupies approximately 85,000 square feet in the property’s west wing, which includes a 200-seat auditorium. The Parkside Campus included the nursing, physician assistant studies and elementary education programs, as well as the School of Pharmacy.

PROJECT DETAILS

JAI has provided South College with design services since 2002, including the college’s first building in the Neoclassical style and the Parkside Campus expansion.

Main Campus
Square feet: 65,000
Cost: $7,000,000
Year Completed: 2005

South College selected JAI by to provide full architectural and interior design services for the new Main Campus. The design for the 7-acre site allowed sufficient parking and site circulation, while also maintaining a campus-like quadrangle and outdoor spaces for students to congregate. The Neoclassical style is intended to represent the idyllic image of a college campus similar to the University of Virginia. Interior functions include classroom and lecture rooms, labs, radiography training and administrative offices. The building design also will accommodate a 40,000-square-foot expansion.

Parkside Centre Learning Site
Square feet: 85,000
Seats: 200
Cost: $4,500,000
Year completed: 2010

JAI designed the West Knoxville expansion for the South College’s Parkside Campus. Demolition began in March 2010, inside the former Goody’s headquarters to convert the corporate space into classrooms, labs and administrative areas. The college occupies approximately 85,000 square feet in the property’s west wing, which includes a 200-seat auditorium. The Parkside Campus included the nursing, physician assistant studies and elementary education programs, as well as the School of Pharmacy.





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South College

Main Campus and Parkside Campus

Knoxville, Tennessee

Client

Size

Completion

Main Campus: 2005; Parkside Centre: 2010

Cost

Services Provided

Master Planning
Architectural Design
Key Personnel

daryl-johnson-aia-ncarb,eric-bowen-aia,rick-friel-aia

Awards

Keep Knoxville Beautiful Orchids Award, 2007

Address(es)

3904 Lonas Drive,Knoxville,Tennessee,37909
400 Goodys Lane,Knoxville,Tennessee,37922
Rooms

Housing Units

Seats

Consultant(s)

Civil
Professional Engineering Services
Structural
Bender & Associates Structural Engineers, LLC
M, P, FP
Albert F.G. Bedinger Consulting Engineers, P.C.
Electrical
Engineering Services Group, Inc.
Geotech
Professional Engineering Services

Reference(s)

South College

Main Campus and Parkside Campus

Knoxville, Tennessee

JAI has provided South College with design services since 2002, including the college’s first building in the Neoclassical style and the Parkside Campus expansion.

Main Campus
Square feet: 65,000
Cost: $7,000,000
Year Completed: 2005

South College selected JAI by to provide full architectural and interior design services for the new Main Campus. The design for the 7-acre site allowed sufficient parking and site circulation, while also maintaining a campus-like quadrangle and outdoor spaces for students to congregate. The Neoclassical style is intended to represent the idyllic image of a college campus similar to the University of Virginia. Interior functions include classroom and lecture rooms, labs, radiography training and administrative offices. The building design also will accommodate a 40,000-square-foot expansion.

Parkside Centre Learning Site
Square feet: 85,000
Seats: 200
Cost: $4,500,000
Year completed: 2010

JAI designed the West Knoxville expansion for the South College’s Parkside Campus. Demolition began in March 2010, inside the former Goody’s headquarters to convert the corporate space into classrooms, labs and administrative areas. The college occupies approximately 85,000 square feet in the property’s west wing, which includes a 200-seat auditorium. The Parkside Campus included the nursing, physician assistant studies and elementary education programs, as well as the School of Pharmacy.

PROJECT DETAILS

JAI has provided South College with design services since 2002, including the college’s first building in the Neoclassical style and the Parkside Campus expansion.

Main Campus
Square feet: 65,000
Cost: $7,000,000
Year Completed: 2005

South College selected JAI by to provide full architectural and interior design services for the new Main Campus. The design for the 7-acre site allowed sufficient parking and site circulation, while also maintaining a campus-like quadrangle and outdoor spaces for students to congregate. The Neoclassical style is intended to represent the idyllic image of a college campus similar to the University of Virginia. Interior functions include classroom and lecture rooms, labs, radiography training and administrative offices. The building design also will accommodate a 40,000-square-foot expansion.

Parkside Centre Learning Site
Square feet: 85,000
Seats: 200
Cost: $4,500,000
Year completed: 2010

JAI designed the West Knoxville expansion for the South College’s Parkside Campus. Demolition began in March 2010, inside the former Goody’s headquarters to convert the corporate space into classrooms, labs and administrative areas. The college occupies approximately 85,000 square feet in the property’s west wing, which includes a 200-seat auditorium. The Parkside Campus included the nursing, physician assistant studies and elementary education programs, as well as the School of Pharmacy.





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