The building will feature classroom space, computer labs,faculty office, student and staff lounges, storage and a conferenceroom. It was designed by the Hasbrouck Heights, NJ-based DMRArchitects, assisted by French & Parrello and KS Engineers.It's also been designed to be LEED certified.


"There is clearly a need for more college buildings to support aswelling population," says DMR founder and president LloydRosenberg. Ocean County, straddling Central and Southern NewJersey, is one of the state's fastest-growing jurisdictions, nowapproaching 600,000 residents.


"We are lucky to have been doing this kind of work for manyyears," Rosenberg says. "I hope that we can continue to assist inthis area for some time."


Enrollment at the two-year institution has been increasing at anaverage of 7% per year in recent years. Currently, more than 9,000students attend OCC.

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