Project Summary
Harris E. & Louis H. DeLoach Center

The Coker Cobras are fierce, and with an all new wellness center and athletics facility, they are ready to conquer the competition.

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The Space
Square Footage 71,000
Location Hartsville, SC
Coker College, home of the NCAA Division II Coker Cobras, expands their Hartsville, SC campus with this two-story wellness and athletics facility. Athletes, students, faculty, and staff alike will utilize the 65,000-SF multidimensional facility, as it houses a basketball practice gym, aerobic rooms, strength/cardio rooms, classrooms, and first-floor support offices.  

An indoor running track spans the circumference of the second floor and hovers above the basketball gymnasium, which is equipped with seating for 1,532 patrons. A practice court for basketball, equipment rooms, locker rooms, and laundry areas are also included in the new center, as well as multi-purpose training rooms for women’s soccer/softball, women’s basketball/volleyball, men’s soccer/baseball, and men’s basketball/lacrosse. A cold therapy/hot therapy room and rehabilitation space is conveniently situated between the men’s and women’s facilities on the first floor.

In addition to fitness and training space, a new cafe and dining area, study area, and conference rooms meet the needs of staff, students, and athletes alike.

Constructed of structural steel framing with CMU block, insulated precast panels, and faced with brick veneer plus architectural precast, the facility blends seamlessly with Coker College’s existing campus.

The facility is a cornerstone in the redefinition of Cobra athletics, as well as health and wellness across the entire campus.


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