Everest Institute (Corinthian Colleges) Campus

Dynamic 67,000 SF college campus for Everest Institute in north Fort Worth, Texas, by general contractor Bob Moore Construction.

Everest Institute (Corinthian Colleges) Campus

  • Exterior photo of Everest Institute (Corinthian Colleges) Campus from general contractor Bob Moore Construction company
  • Exterior photo of Everest Institute (Corinthian Colleges) Campus from general contractor Bob Moore Construction company
  • Interior photo of Everest Institute (Corinthian Colleges) Campus from general contractor Bob Moore Construction company
  • Interior photo of Everest Institute (Corinthian Colleges) Campus from general contractor Bob Moore Construction company

Project Summary

Exciting educational facility for medical and technology students, including medical labs, classrooms, computer labs, faculty offices and a club-styled student lounge.

  • Categories:

    • Office Building
    • Medical Building
    • Educational Building
    • Finish Out
    • Tilt-Up Construction
    • General Contractor
  • Owner / Developer: Mercantile Partners
    Architect: Hardy Mccullah/MLM Architects, Inc.

Project Detail

Everest Institute delivers quality education in the fields of business, computers, medicine and the law. Everest is a branch of Corinthian Colleges, Inc. (NasdaqNM: COCO), one of the largest for-profit postsecondary academic systems in the country. With over 52,000 students in its system, Corinthian Colleges has expanded into 21 U.S. states and seven Canadian provinces since 1995. One of their newest locations is the Everest Institute campus in Ft. Worth, Texas. The new campus will offer associate of applied science degrees in medical assisting, business administration and criminal justice.

Corinthian Colleges chose to locate the new institute in the first floor of a 67,000 SF tilt-up construction building planned for Mercantile Partners in Ft. Worth’s Mercantile Park. Corinthian and Mercantile Partners retained Bob Moore Construction as the general contractor and Hardy McCullah/MLM Architects, Inc. to design the finish-out in conjunction with the building’s construction.

The building was designed to include several special features needed for Everest Institute:

  • The building features a large medical lab / class room, with an open area for student work tables, medical cubical curtains and patient tables to emulate operating room and treatment room environments, and a wide range of medical equipment.
  • Around the institute are eight PC labs. Each lab has more than 20 student computers with monitors recessed into the desktops, and hidden network/power cabling to maximize safety and aesthetics.
  • The club-styled student lounge is finished with a red / black / silver color scheme. A silver corrugated steel panel with a wave-cut design spans one wall, with large wood tiles cut in a matching wave design covering another. The room is finished with a split-finish floor design, red and black tables and chairs and vending machines.
  • Other rooms include traditional class rooms, faculty offices, a break area, meeting rooms and cubicle space for administrative employees.
  • The building was created using tilt-up construction. The shell is comprised of 105 panels, each weighing up to 80,000 lbs.
  • Each corner of the building showcases a two-story curtain wall of windows.
  • The lobby features a curved balcony and Pantheon Greek Lido tile flooring.

 

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  • This was a design/build project that required a great deal of coordination. The visual presence of the building is excellent. I think people were pleasantly surprised with just how good the building looks. . . Working with Bob Moore Construction is always good. We have worked together on so many projects that when challenges arise, solutions just seem to come together. We have a good rapport with Ed McGuire, Phillip Bell and all the people at Bob Moore.

    - Norman Coates, Project Manager, Hardy McCullah/MLM Architects

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