Get an in-depth look at some of our recent buildings that are true examples of our integrated design process.
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Clinical Quadrangle Master Plan
The Master Plan for the new Clinical Quadrangle at the Hershey Medical Center – part of the Penn State system – realizes a vision for the largest campus expansion since the hospital complex was built in the early 1960s. The new precinct includes a Cancer Institute and Children’s Hospital – both designed by Payette – a Heart Center, an Emergency Department expansion, the main hospital entrance and a 2,000-car parking garage. The scale of intervention called for a fundamental campus transformation, a rethinking not only of the clinical programs, but also of auto and pedestrian circulation, parking strategy, capacity and flexibility of campus infrastructure, community interface and branding of the institution.
The Pennsylvania State University, Master Plan for the College of Engineering
The primary goal of this Master Plan is to create an actionable, multi-year capital project strategy for the existing Engineering Subcampus and the West Campus precinct. The plan will, first and foremost, enable the College to achieve its academic vision to solidify its standing as one of the top programs in the country.
Cornell University, Space Study / Facility Renovation Plan for the College of Engineering and Facility Master Plan Update
Cornell’s College of Engineering is housed within 800,543 NASF, spread out over seventeen buildings. Primarily constructed over the course of three condensed building campaigns, with the majority immediately following World War II, the College’s buildings reflect the pedagogy of the School at that time. Having completed our initial Space Study in 2012, and then the subsequent 2017 Master Plan, Payette has provided the College of Engineering strategic regarding its utilization of existing buildings, opportunities for strategic new buildings, renewed campus landscapes and an overall framework for the renaissance of the College’s research, student and teaching spaces.
Temple University, Health Sciences Campus Framework Plan
The mission of Temple University’s Health Sciences Center is clear: to train tomorrow’s healthcare providers, advance health science research and care for the residents of North Philadelphia and beyond. Yet its existing campus fails to reflect its aspirations. The Temple Transformation Plan provides a flexible framework to guide future development of the campus.