Architecture Realized Work - Northgate Complex Renovation for Randolph County Offices

Some Randolph County offices including the Board of Elections, Probation & Parole, and Day Reporting Center were in need of relocation and renovation. Their current offices were small, split up, and inefficient. By renovating a partially abandoned strip mall we were able to improve the site conditions as well as provide a nicer and safer space for the county employees and users.

Schematic Site Plan
Schematic Site Plan
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Schematic Exterior Rendering - Board of Elections
Schematic Exterior Rendering - Board of Elections
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Schematic Exterior Rendering - Probation & Parole Offices and Day Reporting Center
Schematic Exterior Rendering - Probation & Parole Offices and Day Reporting Center
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Schematic Floor Plans Wing A & B
Schematic Floor Plans Wing A & B
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Schematic Floor Plan - Board of Elections
Schematic Floor Plan - Board of Elections
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Design Development Floor Plan - Board of Elections
Design Development Floor Plan - Board of Elections
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Lobby - Board of Elections
Lobby - Board of Elections
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Offices Facing Lobby - Board of Elections
Offices Facing Lobby - Board of Elections
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Breakroom - Board of Elections
Breakroom - Board of Elections
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Main Hallway - Board of Elections
Main Hallway - Board of Elections
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Architecture Firm: Smith Sinnett Architecture
Client: Randolph County
Location: Asheboro, NC
Project Manager: Robert Carmac
Designers/Architects: Lydia Watt,
Jay Sikes, and Leanne Byrd