Winston-Salem State University Hill Hall Student Success Center Ribbon Cutting

The Hill Hall Student Success Center Ribbon Cutting was held March 20, 2014 at 3:30 pm in the heart of Winston-Salem State University’s academic core. This was the first project completed by the joint venture Shelco, Inc. and R.J. Leeper Construction (Shelco/Leeper).

The Student Success Center is a 38,000 SF adaptive reuse of the Hill Hall science classroom building originally constructed on the campus in 1964. Clark Nexsen Architecture & Engineering’s design included stripping the building down to the existing concrete and steel structure, concrete floor systems, and roof systems and converting it to a state of the art academic Student Success Center. This CM at Risk project is seeking LEED Gold certification.

WSSU Hill Hall Ribbon Cutting

“You see it’s not all about the place – it’s the people. People and companies like Shelco that are willing to step up when others said it could not be done and find success the old fashioned way – with know-how, commitment, and hard work. If you ever need a reference for your company on a future project, please don’t hesitate to use USCB. I’ve been doing this for about 20 years and I can’t say I’ve seen a better construction firm.”

—Mike Parrott

USCB Facilities Director
University of South Carolina Beaufort