DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE – NOAH MCKINNON BUILDING
Project: Daytona State College – McKinnon Hall
Location: Daytona Beach, Florida
Owner: Daytona State College
Construction Cost: $3.79 Million
Project Size: 16,834 SF
Completion: February 2008
Daytona State College and Halifax Medical Center partnered with Florida State University to bring a branch campus of FSU’s College of Medicine to Daytona Beach. The 16,000 square foot McKinnon Hall houses the medical school and is also home to a University Center, where Daytona State and other colleges share space to offer college programs utilizing technology-rich classrooms, laboratories, auditoriums and conference space.
Additionally, the center houses a branch of the Florida State University Center for Reading Research, which conducts basic research on reading growth, assessment and instruction. The facilities at McKinnon Hall are a convenient way for students and area residents to continue pursuing their education without leaving Daytona Beach.