Seminole State College -
Sanford/Lake Mary Campus
Renovations of Lower Building L & F
Buildings L and F form the boundary of the centrally located campus quad on the Sanford/Lake Mary campus. The original 1969 precast panel clad structures, with open perimeter and covered walkways, needed a 21st-century renovation. The scope of work includes both floors of two-story Building F, the exterior plaza that connects the two perpendicularly arranged buildings, and the third floor of three-story Building L. The challenge was to improve the image of the entire complex, as seen from two adjoining courtyards.
Phase 1 & 2:
Building L (38,000 SF) - 22 general purpose classrooms, student lounge, student study/gathering spaces on the third floor. LEED Gold.
Atrium (15,000 SF) - “Opened up” by removal of walls and addition of a rooftop cupola to let in light and promote air circulation. Student gathering and seating areas are provided.
Building F (16,000 SF) - 29 faculty offices, conference rooms, student waiting areas, second floor. Printshop and mailroom/receiving, first floor. LEED Gold.
Phase 1&2: 69,000 SF
Phase 3: 73,000 SF
2012 - AIA Orlando Chapter Award of Honor
2020 - FEFPA Architectural Showcase Award of Merit
Building L First and Second Floor Renovations (73,800 SF) - Renovations included the Academic Success Center, honors, faculty center for teaching and learning, computer and technology services, academic affairs, eLearning, Center for Global Engagement, reading center, course and curriculum development, computer classrooms, classrooms, and faculty offices. The renovation was completed in November 2019.