Educational campuses are ever evolving. They must if they are to be a platform for the modern student to effectively take in information, share experiences, and communicate. The built environment has to reflect the importance of new technologies. It should also be visually pleasing and stimulating place to learn.
DMA continues to grow our portfolio of projects in support of educational campuses. Our team embraces the idea that a good design process creates relationships with our educational clients. We trust that our partner firms recognize our ability to add value to end users through the design process.
DMA works with our partners and clients to gain LEED points through stormwater management best practices in our design of academic and research buildings.
DMA’s experience performing structural designing for our research clients yields flexible spaces to support fluid changes in building programming.
The work performed in these facilities is critical, but we also focus on creating the external experience in collaboration with our landscape architectural partners.
3D Scanning is a technology we employ to document existing spaces and create accurate background drawings for aging facilities and infrastructure.
Though the buildings and architecture that you see might make you look twice, it’s the infrastructure that keeps the “blood pumping” throughout the campus. Our engineers not only work on visual appealing projects, but we also focus on bringing a utilitarian approach to campus infrastructure projects. Designing subsurface utilities, campus wide tunnel systems, water detention/retention facilities and utility studies are just a few ways that DMA continues to grow in the Education arena.