Wallace Gee Building, Alamance Community College

The Wallace Gee Building on the Scott-Carrington Campus of Alamance Community College is a 50,000 square foot facility housing college administration, student services, financial services, the college’s main library, and a historical museum honoring Kerr and Robert Scott, past governors of North Carolina who resided in Alamance County.  The three-story structure is steel frame over drilled pier footings, with a skin of glass, insulated panels and split-faced concrete masonry units.  The building was a high performance pilot project for the North Carolina Community College System, and the design incorporates numerous environmentally-friendly and energy-saving features.  Library shelving and seating were obtained from Appalachian State University at no cost to the college.  Cost savings realized during construction enabled the college to construct a new $300,000 parking lot on the south side of the building using unused contingencies.

Project Manager:    Kenneth D. Stafford, AIA, LEED® AP
Completion:        2006
Construction Cost:    $6,500,000