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.

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"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.

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"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."

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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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