East Campus Transformation

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) | Highland Hills , Ohio


Osborn Engineering, in conjunction with City Architecture, is providing Site/Civil, Structural, Electrical, and CA services to implement campus changes based on the 2014 master plan (completed by City Architecture). The goals of this project were to increase student access and success, provide student housing, increase green spaces, improve vehicular traffic, improve sports fields, connect the campus with a central walking spine, and introduce select retail shops. The campus sought to model a 4-year institution, and be a central hub for the surrounding community. In 2018, the master plan was updated and three phases were identified.

Osborn is leading the design efforts on all three phases for this Construction Manager at Risk project. Phase one consisted of modifying the East Campus facility including reconfiguring of Robert Bishop Drive, installation of a new north-south connection road, a new east-west pedestrian walkway, new campus green space, and reconfigured parking lots. The remaining phases include additional parking lots (~5), an amphitheater, additional pedestrian walkways, a multi-purpose walking trail, and athletic field revisions (including lacrosse, soccer, field hockey, tennis and associated amenities).