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Erdahl-Cloyd Master Plan

The Erdahl-Cloyd Renovation Master Plan at North Carolina State University reimages the West Wing of the D.H. Hill Library as a dynamic space for learning and collaboration. This initiative not only propels the facility to meet the dynamic needs of future generations but also fortifies the bond between the University and its neighboring communities.

Central to this renovation is the creation of a 'Hospitality Gateway,' serving as a welcoming hub for both the university body and the broader Raleigh community.

Envisioned in the architectural legacy of Matthew Nowicki, a pivotal figure in North Carolina's architectural history, this structure stands as a testament to his global influence. The initial phase introduces a novel hospitality gateway and café at the Hillsborough Street entrance, re-establishing a meaningful and inviting connection between the city and campus for the first time in decades. This marks the beginning of a phased master plan, poised to redefine the essence of community engagement and educational excellence.

  • Sector: Higher Education
  • Scope: Planning
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • 2020
  • 16,300 SF
Project Team
Jesse Green
Design Principal
Jane Cady Rathbone
F. Amelia Murphy
Matthew J. Lee
Interior Designer
McKim & Creed
MEP Engineering
Lynch Mykins
Structural Engineering
35 North
Cost Estimator
Ricca Design Studios
Foodservice Consultant
Kontek Systems
AV/IT Specialist