Prince George Community College
Center for Performing Arts Renovation & Addition
We worked with Prince George’s Community College on the renovation and addition to the Queen Anne Academic [Performing Arts] Center. Centrally located on campus, the new center transforms the nature of the arts at the Community College and creates for it a new image and identity, providing a welcoming gateway for visitors and students alike. The scope of the project includes the renovation of approximately 16,030 sf of space and the addition of approximately 157,588 sf of space to the existing Queen Anne Fine Arts Building to provide spaces for a new dance major in the Theater curriculum and significantly expand spaces to improve and transform the curricula of Music, Theater, Speech, Television, Radio, and Film on campus.
Program & Highlights
250-seat proscenium theater
200-seat blackbox theater
125-seat recital hall
Flexible performance and instruction spaces
Music band and rehearsal space
Educational technology (TET) labs
Radio, television and film broadcast and production labs
Associate Architect: KPN Architects
Structural Engineer: Cagley & Associates
MEP Engineer: Henry Adams
Civil Engineer: AB Consultants
Theater: Theatre Consultants Collaborative, Inc.
Acoustics/AV: Jaffee Holden Acoustics, Inc.
Lighting Design: Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design, Inc.
Landscape Architect: Mahan Rykiel Associates
2020 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Award