The team of Bell & Spina, P.C., Keplinger Freeman Associates and Fuegel Engineering was retained to perform a Master Plan Study for the entire Onondaga Community College Athletic and Physical Education Program. From the study, it was determined that there was a need for a field house event center as the college’s two-time national championship lacrosse and soccer teams had outgrown the current program configuration. The current program ties into the existing health and physical education building.
Athletics Complex - Onondaga Community College
Oneida Correctional Facility - NYS OGS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
Bell & Spina conducted a feasibility study to assess how the facility might be repurposed.
Gebbie Clinic: Communication Sciences & Disorders - Syracuse University
The space occupied by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) and its clinical affiliate the Gebbie Clinic, was no longer capable of meeting the program requirements for both instruction and clinical training as required by its accrediting agency, the American Speech and Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Growth in course offerings, student population, faculty, and patient visits to the Gebbie Clinic forced the University to seek a new home for the Department.
Immersing ourselves into the clinic, a program emerged that included classrooms, work rooms, student lounge, faculty offices for undergraduate instruction with another program of instructional/clinical spaces for the graduate and doctoral program. The clinic program included both evaluation and therapy components for speech, language pathology and audiology along with support spaces for staff and supervisors. It was determined that the department should be relocated and consolidated with the CSD research labs in part of a 85,000 square foot building on the south campus that also housed other programs.
Dairy Complex - SUNY Cobleskill
Bell & Spina designed a dairy farm, as part of the 902-acre Cobleskill School of Architecture and Natural Resources Campus.