HCM team members (while with FWA Group) partnered with Mackey Mitchell to work with UNC Charlotte to design Hunt Residence Hall. Following a series of workshops, the planning team developed various options based on the university’s vision, campus needs, and budget requirements. The 143,00-square-foot residence hall accommodates 436 students in a mix of single- and double-occupancy units. The five-story brick building is designed to take advantage of the steeply sloping site as well as support the existing student pedestrian circulation on campus. Various amenities such as lounges, study rooms, and student gathering spaces are located at critical junctions in the building to address current and future needs of student residents. The building aesthetics and unique student accommodations have become the benchmark for future housing designs in the South Village sector of UNC Charlotte’s campus. The design and construction of the Phase XI Student Housing affords UNC Charlotte the opportunity to build a sustainable residential facility that is both environmentally responsible and provides a healthy environment for the building’s students and visitors. The residence hall is designed to meet LEED certification and comply with SB 668.