JKF ARCHITECTURE selected for New Pitt CC Early College High School

News Description

March 17, 2016

Pitt Community College (PCC) has selected JKF ARCHITECTURE for the design and construction of a new Early College High School. This 15,000-18,000 SF building will be located on PCC’s main campus in Winterville, North Carolina.

“We appreciate the opportunity to work with Pitt Community College again for this project,” said JKF ARCHITECTURE President John Farkas. “It is a privilege to have an impact on the future development of the local community and our Team is ready to deliver a final design that supports the College for years to come.”

Founded in 1961, PCC awards associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates for more than 60 programs and provides adult basic literacy training and occupational extension courses. The College serves more than 23,000 credit and non-credit students annually and is the seventh-largest in the 58-member North Carolina Community College System.

JKF ARCHITECTURE has completed a number of full-service projects for PCC, including the Russell Academic Classroom Building, Goess Student Center (Phases I and II), Herman Simon Building Addition, and Humber Building Renovation. Recently, JKF ARCHITECTURE broke ground on a 80,000 SF, state-of-the-art Science and Technology Building, which will support ongoing development within the science and technology fields. All projects completed were specialized in nature and required personalized attention. JKF ARCHITECTURE stands ready to deliver once again for PCC and support the College’s critical mission.