CONSTANT CENTER WINS DESIGN HONOR
Old Dominion University's Ted Constant Convocation Center received a First Honor award for Best Institutional Public Building in the Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate's 2004 Excellence in Development Design Awards program.
This year, 21 firms entered 44 projects in the competition. ODU's University Village is a past winner of the special Committee's Choice Award, which is bestowed on an entity deemed most deserving for its contribution to commercial development in Hampton Roads.
In announcing the award for the Constant Center, the judges said: "A winner inside and outside, the center integrates well into the overall master plan and provides a civic presence. It corresponds to its adjacent surroundings and strongly connects to the campus. "
The 219,000-square-foot Constant Center was designed by Moseley Architects and built by S.B. Ballard Construction Co.
This article was posted on: November 10, 2004
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