Rutgers University—New Brunswick Proctor Hall, One Stop Student Services Center was awarded the 2024 Merit Award for Built Interiors by AIA New Jersey!

KSS Architects helped realize Rutger’s goal of streamlining their student services by locating registration, financial aid, student accounting, and cashiering in one location. The complete renovation transformed the 50-year-old, brutalist-tyle building into a welcoming destination that balances the privacy and security needs of student services with spatial quality and comfort.

The design weaves three service typology layers within the same footprint, establishing zones for self-help stations, the main service counter, and specialty rooms. Custom millwork, metal panel ceilings, and Rutgers branding reinforce the University’s identity to establish a cohesive experience throughout the three floors.

Congratulations to the KSS team of Merilee, Phillip, Ben, David, Chrissy, and Kyle!

Click here to learn more about Rutgers University—New Brunswick Proctor Hall, One Stop Student Services Center.

KSS Architects at 2024 AIA NJ Design Awards

About AIA New Jersey Awards

An annual awards program, the AIA NJ Design Competition celebrates and recognizes design excellence in its many iterations. Built project work, unbuilt project work, as well as regional and urban design planning projects are reviewed by a three-member out-of-state jury.

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) helps architects serve the public’s needs and builds awareness of the role of architects and architecture in American society. The organization was created in 1857. Today, with headquarters in Washington, D.C. the organization represents 86,000 licensed architects and associated professionals.