Port Huron, MI
SC4 was interested in the feasibility of converting the empty Main Street Motor Lodge in Port Huron, MI into student housing dormitories. SC4 selected PBA along with their architectural partners to perform a feasibility study and a MEP Condition Analysis of the existing space.
Following the successful completion of the study, PBA was selected to provide MEP engineering design services for the conversion of the former motel into student dormitories. The newly converted dormitory is right in the heart of campus where students can attend classes and enjoy campus life in downtown Port Huron. SC4 is the first community college in southeastern Michigan to offer student housing. Housing units in The Dock are fully furnished and can house up to 80 students.
Accommodations include primarily double occupancy rooms (two residents per suite). Each room includes beds, furniture, an en-suite bathroom, and individualized HVAC control. In addition, there is a communal kitchen, student lounge, on site laundry facilities and parking.
Deborah Snyder, Ph.D.
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