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All colors, materials, spatial organization, and furniture selections were carefully and purposely chosen, taking into consideration the preferences and optimal learning environments for special needs children. Environmental graphics complement the school curriculum and inspire learning in the hallways and communal spaces throughout the school. To complement the school's mission and accommodating academic program, Marshall Moya Design designed the school with ADA upgrades, hearing impaired educational accommodations, American Sign Language requirements, and the right sizing of classrooms. The classrooms are also equipped with induction loops, or electromagnetic communication detection systems that connect to hearing aids and amplify sound inside a classroom. The renovation includes the addition of a connecting bridge and an elevator, linking both wings and making all levels ADA accessible.

The project included an upgrade in finishes and HVAC systems for the dining and auditorium, and the incorporation of sustainable technologies and green initiatives designed to achieve LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
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The project budget was $5.6 million and Marshall Moya Design was responsible for finishes and material selections. Soothing colors were selected for the spaces, which include offices, classrooms, activity rooms, conference halls and parent work areas. The colors vary for each space, allowing areas to be easily identified. Warm woodwork and soft wood tones are used throughout. Hallway floors are made of a VCT wood finish; millwork, furniture and the main entry counter also feature warm wood finishes. There is a synergy between furnishings, millwork and overall finishes which creates a peaceful and serene space. 

Bright Beginnings, Inc. was established in 1990 by the Junior League of Washington, which identified a critical need for quality childcare among homeless families in Washington, DC. Since then, Bright Beginnings has met the needs of nearly 2,500 homeless children by providing families with developmental childcare and on-site therapeutic and family support services.

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With the new design, the university now has the opportunity to re-brand itself both physically and metaphorically as a 21st century institution of higher learning. The student center is a hub of student activity and provides resources for the local community. It contains a mix of uses, including a welcome center, a ballroom, space for student government and activity offices, assembly space for university programs, and spaces for student leisure and socializing. It also contains restaurants intended to cater to the planned mix of residential and commuter, undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty, staff, and visitors. 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