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Luckett & Farley offers planning and design services for a variety of collegiate facilities, including administrative offices, parking and campus infrastructure. We also provide site selection, green campus and master planning, programming, needs analysis, and design of renovations and new construction. Specialized expertise includes the following:
Amenities, location, technology and engagement are design elements critical to attracting and retaining today’s students. We work directly with schools and/or developers to provide the latest 21st Century Project design principles, because the proper design will enhance the student’s living and learning experience.
Possibly one of the most visible facilities on any campus, Luckett & Farley designs for the optimal player and fan experience. And because athletics projects adhere to strict schedules, Luckett & Farley has the proven track record to deliver in time for the first event.
Learning environments vary with specific needs. From labs to lecture halls and clinics to classrooms, we design for the way today’s students learn through new technology integration and face-to-face collaboration standing toe-to-toe or across the globe. Our flexible solutions also ensure your space is dynamic enough to keep pace with the student needs of tomorrow.
Luckett & Farley is providing architecture and engineering services for the replacement and renovation of the University of Kentucky Softball Complex. The project includes replacement of the existing portable seating sections with new treads and risers from end to end of the dugouts that will provide approximately 400-600 new fixed chair back seats, and a [more...]
Luckett & Farley developed a comprehensive program for the School of Dentistry Renewal Master Plan. This program is a $43 million renovation of the 34-year-old, 200,000sf teaching, clinical and research facility, located on the Health Sciences Campus. The newly modernized facility educates and trains dental students on the latest clinical procedures. Some of the operational [more...]
This new student fitness and recreation center includes a gymnasium, weight room, cardio/strength exercise room, game room, multi-purpose room with aerobics area, hall of fame room and offices. Sited next to the existing historic gymnasium on campus, the new facility will serve the students and faculty for recreational purposes and accommodate the athletic teams for [more...]
Luckett & Farley worked closely with MSU to develop concepts for a new four-story, 304-bed student housing facility located on campus. Clark Residential College includes a mixture of single, two-bed semi-private, and four-bed private suites. Laundry facilities are included on each floor along with student lounges, vending and kitchen areas. Double-height meeting rooms are located [more...]
Utilizing prototype methodology, Luckett & Farley collaborated with MSU for the design of a new four-story, 270-bed student housing facility located on campus. This facility consists of a mixture of single, two-bed semi-private, and four-bed private suites. Laundry facilities are included on each floor along with student lounges, vending and kitchen spaces. Double-height meeting rooms [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided architectural, engineering, interior design and construction administration services for this new 196-bed student housing facility. The building was sited on the campus to relate well with the existing housing buildings and create an inviting front to the Newburg Road side, and entrance to the campus. The back porch is common space [more...]
IUS had no student housing on campus, so Luckett & Farley conducted a student housing study and later full architecture and engineering design services to establish appropriate site locations for an on-campus facility. The project included locating dormitory buildings, parking lots, pedestrian corridors, conceptual landscape design and site rendering. Additional student housing facilities will help [more...]
The student life center and residence hall was the first new facility on St. Catharine’s new campus. The new building, built in 2002, was sited to overlook the pond and beautiful landscape of the rural campus. The Student Life Center serves as dining and meeting space for the campus. Building Addition Luckett & Farley [more...]
Luckett & Farley formed a team that provided privatized housing for the University of Louisville. This included a developer, operator and contractor to provide turn-key services for a privately held housing facility on the campus. The first phase, 500 beds completed in 2000, was designed and constructed within 12 months. This second phase was completed [more...]
This third phase of housing, under an agreement for privatized housing at the University of Louisville, was a new 348-bed housing complex. The building is situated around a central courtyard with picnic areas. The facility includes five first floor “Chapter Houses” for sororities and fraternities. The chapter houses each have a kitchen, common room, an [more...]
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