CARL A. FIELDS CENTER
The award-winning Carl A. Fields Center serves as a campus and community resource for the study and discussion of issues of equality and commonality. The project included the renovation and adaptive reuse of a campus landmark companioned with a contemporary new structure. The restored building offers community tutorial facilities, a library and resource center, seminar and program rooms, a café, and staff offices. The addition offers a new entry, catering kitchen, and an auditorium designed for music, lectures, conferences, and special events.
The Carl A. Fields Center renovation and addition received numerous awards, including a BSA Education Facilities Design Award, a BSA Citation Award for Design Excellence, an AIA New England Citation Award for Design Excellence, and an AIA New Jersey Built Design Honor Award.
Location: Princeton, New Jersey
Size: 5,000 sf
Project Team: Ann Beha FAIA; Scott Aquilina AIA, Ed Rice AIA, Irene Brisson, Peter Sistrom, Samantha Turnock, Paula Gerlach (ABA); W. S. Cumby (Construction); Robert Silman Associates (Structural); Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Inc. (Landscape Architect); Princeton Engineering Group, LLC (MEP / FP); Van Note-Harvey Associates (Landscape / Civil); Spec Edit, Inc. (Specifications); Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting (Lighting); Acentech (Acoustics); Becker & Frondorf (Cost); Wojciechowski Art + Design (Graphics); Corporate Security Services (Security); Lerch Bates Elevator Consultants (Elevator); David Lamb (Photography)