Northern Arizona University – Wellness Facility (Student Wellness and Rec Center)

The Health and Learning Center for NAU involves students in a holistic learning experience that incorporates recreation, health services, athletics and academics into one central location. The scope of this project included complete design services for digital audio systems with associated supporting infrastructure, telecommunications cabling systems with associated supporting infrastructure for voice/data/RF video outlets, access control/video surveillance security systems infrastructure, acoustics, noise & vibration control, and Wi-Fi infrastructure design services for the Wellness/Recreation Center at NAU. This addition and renovation includes a 40,000gsf addition to the recreation center, a 33,000gsf renovation of existing recreation space, 82,000gsf of new classrooms, a soccer stadium and 100,000gsf of new health-related services. The design of the facility creates a student-focused environment to inspire, support and promote comprehensive wellness through medical spaces, group exercise, an indoor elevated jogging track, climbing wall, gymnasiums and locker rooms. In the classrooms there are custom instructor’s stations that house AV components, a host personal computer, and AV interface. The classroom also offers instructors and students the ability to display CATV television channels as provided by NAU, capture notes and images drawn on the white board, and control the audiovisual systems via a touchpanel-operated, remote control and automation system. This project was complete in late 2011.
Architect: Cannon Design

Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Construction Cost: $2.4 Million

Project Size: 272,000 gsf


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