Cox Mill High School
The 232,500 SF building includes 36 general purpose classrooms, ten science labs, two biotechnology labs, 26 vocational and specialty classrooms, art and music studios, a 650-seat auditorium, gymnasium and auxiliary gym, cafeteria and kitchen, offices and support spaces.
Mt. Pleasant Middle School
This new 156,000 square foot replacement middle school project is located immediately adjacent to the Mt. Pleasant High School campus in Mt. Pleasant, NC. The building is designed to accommodate 722 students with a core capacity of 858 students.
Cabarrus County Schools Transportation Center
The Cabarrus County Schools Transportation Center replaced a 1950’s Transportation Center that was located on the same site and was inadequate for the fast growing school system.
Central Piedmont Community College – Worrell Hall
The completed project includes a two-story addition at the front of the existing facility, along Elizabeth Avenue. The 15,000 SF addition was designed to change the outdated appearance of the existing building, and bring it into conformance with the College’s current Design Guidelines.
Charlotte Police & Fire Training Academy
This signature project began with an Advance Planning process that included a comprehensive planning study and master plan for combined training facilities to be used by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and the Charlotte Fire Department.
Concord Municipal Parking Deck
The parking deck makes maximum use of City-owned property, surrounding an existing water tower and building to maximum allowable site limits. Early involvement with neighboring property Owners resulted in cooperative agreements that allowed for maximum efficiency in the site plan.
EPRI (Building 3)
Morris-Berg Architects worked with EPRI to convert a recently acquired manufacturing facility into offices, research labs, nuclear testing areas, and conference center spaces.
Hawthorne Academy of Health Sciences
The existing 3-story Classroom wing was completely gutted and retrofitted to include Science Labs, Classrooms, Computer Labs, and some of the administrative offices. Other work included extensive renovations throughout the buildings, consisting of mechanical and plumbing system replacement, installation of sprinkler systems, reconfiguration of existing spaces, and window replacement.
Northwest Cabarrus High School
Following a comprehensive feasibility study that included an analysis of the existing conditions, multiple design options with presentations to the Board of Education, and budgeting of several options, a solution was selected and Morris-Berg Architects completed design of this complex renovation and addition project.