College of Osteopathic Medicine
Buies Creek, NC
Higher Education, Interiors, Science & Technology
75,000 Square Feet
Architecture, Brand Communication & Design, Engineering, Interior Architecture
In response to North Carolina’s shortage of primary care physicians and the state’s growing population, Campbell decided to perform a master plan study for a College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Little develop a masterplan for a medical campus that would allow for five buildings, including this four-story School of Osteopathic Medicine. At the time of completion, it was the first new medical school established in North Carolina in 35 years. The entire facility is a learning laboratory comprised of both formal and informal spaces stitched together by three design principles: learning is everywhere, transparency promotes informal learning opportunities and team-based problem solving is imperative to successful diagnosis and prepares students to collaborate with others in a real-world environment.
- Architectural Portfolio Citation for Work in Progress
- AIA Charlotte Merit Award
- Building North Carolina Honorable Mention Award
Campbell has enjoyed a 20+ year relationship working with the good folks at Little and have complete trust in their ability to serve our needs and go beyond the call of duty in doing so.
James O. Roberts
Former Vice President for Business & Treasurer