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Northwest Florida State College Student Services Building

Niceville, Florida

Student Services Building
Student Services Building
Student Services Building
Student Services Building
Architects Rendering
Architects Rendering
REVIT Student Services Building

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Construction Cost: $24 million

Size: 108,000 SF (75,000 new / 33,000 renovated)

Mechanical Principal: Gene Schmidt

Mechanical/Plumbing Engineer: William Jones

Electrical Principal: Todd Nicholson

Structural Principal: Stuart Smith

Registered Communications Control Designer: Chad Currey

Services Provided: Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Structural, Communications


Northwest Florida State College is a multi-campus institution located in the coastal heart of Northwest Florida, serving both Okaloosa and Walton counties and over 14,000 students annually. Schmidt Consulting Group, Inc. began its relationship with the College in 1990 and has provided design services for numerous projects. 


The Student Services project for Northwest Florida State College included a new 75,000 square foot Student Services Building and a 33,000 square foot renovation of the existing “K” building.  Building “K” served as the center for student activities and included a kitchen and dining hall.  This existing building is connected to the new facility by a landscaped garden courtyard featuring fountains and seated areas.  The new facility features a Dining Hall, Banquet Rooms, Enrollment/Registration Center, and the Leadership Institute, while the existing facility serves as a bookstore, café, and game room.  

Rendering provided by Sam Marshall Architects

Revit Models provided by SCG Staff

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