On Our Way Up! One of the ways Prince George’s Community College envisions success is by planning, constructing, renovating and maintaining its physical assets and resources. Three major construction and renovation projects, totaling $112,927,020, exemplify an ambitious endeavor to create an environment where all students thrive and will allow the College to better serve the evolving educational needs of Prince George’s County. The Lanham Hall and Queen Anne Renovation and Expansion projects are funded through the Maryland State Capital Projects Budget, with matching funds from Prince George’s County. A brand new Culinary Arts Center, is 100 percent funded by Prince George’s County. These projects, will expand the usable space of the main campus, located in Largo, Maryland by nearly 25 percent. Newsletters Facilities Management Department Construction Newsletter V4 (April 2017) Facilities Management Department Construction Newsletter V3 (Jan 2017) Facilities Management Department Construction Newsletter V2 (Oct 2016) Facilities Management Department Construction Newsletter V1 (July 2016) Construction Gallery Prince George’s Community College has launched the most ambitious expansion and remodeling project since it opened for classes in 1967. The project involves the renovation of two existing buildings—Lanham Hall and Queen Anne, as well as the construction of a brand new Hospitality and Culinary Arts Center. Located on the Largo campus, these three facilities are designed to advance student success and meet community and workforce development needs. The It’s Happening Here Campaign is an unique opportunity to become part of an enterprising, tangible and forward-thinking initiative that will have positive and lasting impact on students, the local economy, and the community at large. Your participation will enable more access to education by increasing scholarships available to students and enhancing academic, workforce development and student support programs and services. Prince George’s Community College is transforming lives and we are relying on the support of our community, leadership, faculty and staff, and alumni to evolve and adapt with changing times and needs. There are several ways to show your support: Consider creating a Pathway to Success with a commemorative brick Visit our Name Gift Opportunities page to learn more about naming opportunities. Participate in the Take a Seat program in the new Queen Anne Support the Owl Giving Campaign Take a look at our videos documenting our transformation: Watch our It's Happening Here Campaign Video! Queen Anne Building Construction Video Lanham Hall Construction Video Culinary Arts Construction Video Queen Anne Building Renovation and Expansion The existing building will more than quadruple in size from 33,445 GSF to 173,618 GSF, providing space to add a new dance major to the college's offerings, and expand, improve and transform music, theatre, speech, television, radio, and film curriculums on campus. The Center will feature and 759 -seat theatre, a 304 -seat proscenium, a 152 seat recital hall, a black box studio, and educational technology labs. It will also include flexible performance and instructional spaces, radio, television and film broadcast and production labs, and an art gallery. Watch Construction Updates! Lanham Hall Renovation and Expansion The renovation and addition will transform and repurpose the existing 1960's classroom building to a new facility to serve Prince George's Community College. The structure will improve the overall student and faculty experience by creating a one-stop shop for various student support and services, centralizing Workforce Development and Continuing Education offices, modernizing learning spaces for the Academy for Health Sciences Middle College High School, and housing the Campus Print Shop and Supply and Mail Rooms. The project provides for renovating 73,455 GSF of space and adding 18,949 GSF. View photos from the construction tour! and Watch Construction Updates! Culinary Arts Center New Construction Located adjacent to the intersection of Maryland Route 202 and the Largo Campus' outer ring road, the Culinary Arts Center will be a welcoming presence at the newly revitalized campus entrance. The new 21,561 GSF edifice will feature a state-of-the art professional instructional facility, equipped with dining and serving areas, a production kitchen, culinary lab, bakery, classrooms, and faculty offices. Watch Construction Updates!