At Bancroft, we are committed to continuous learning; we are proud to partner with many institutions to design spaces that both emulate their core values and culture while also leaving a lasting impression.
Built to train the next generation of healthcare professionals, the Tower at STAR fosters innovation between working healthcare professionals and University of Delaware students and researchers.
Providing instructional capacity for the nursing program with state-of-the-art classrooms, labs and more, we completed an addition and renovation at Del Tech’s Stanton Campus.
The first facility constructed for the UD Health Sciences Complex, this state-of-the-art research facility stands on the grounds of the former Chrysler Assembly Plant in Newark, DE.
Built for the needs of the Financial IT industry, our six-story FinTech Building was a major addition to the University of Delaware’s STAR Campus.
A welcome center for prospective students and a campus hub, the Commons incorporated renovations to historic Keigwin Hall, which was adjoined to new construction.
The newest project coming to DTCC's Stanton Campus in Newark will transform their existing Student Success Center to better serve their campus community.
With 20 new classrooms designed to meet the accessibility needs of special education students as well as ADA requirements, the two-story addition adjoins the current building.
Bancroft has already completed two multi-phased renovation projects at UD’s Drake Hall and is currently under construction on a new laboratory addition and associated infrastructure.
Phase I of the SMS project transformed the former Wheaton Farms site in Seaford, DE into Sussex County's newest charter school for K-3 graders.
A one-of-a-kind space, the Tower at STAR fosters collaboration and innovation for students of the UD College of Health Sciences.
The Audion/Atrium of the STAR Tower is centered around a living green wall featuring 5,000 plants, which was named in memory of Bancroft Executive VP, Nash M. Childs.
Built to replace an out-dated and undersized research facility, the Life Science Research Facility supports UD's mission of increasing funded research.
The Cyber iSuite prepares students for cybersecurity-related careers in the sectors of finance, military or government while fostering collaboration between students and faculty.
Tatnall’s Design & Innovation Lab project converted an underutilized office suite into the Wilmington, DE college preparatory school’s new Innovation & Design Lab.
The largest school renovation in Delaware state history, Bancroft was successful in retaining and restoring 90% of the original wood trim, plaster ceilings, and terrazzo and oak floors.
The state-of-the-art Hanby Elementary School and Bush Early Education Center is a 80,000-SF facility, which has the distinction of being Delaware’s first LEED® certified school.
The addition of 19,000 SF to MOT's existing facility provided improved facilities for gym classes and after school athletic programs.
Serving grades 7-12, Newark Charter was ranked in the top 2% of Charter high schools in the country by US News & World Report!
Built for LEED Silver Certification, key aspects of the project included the construction of a new entrance, the expansion of the cafeteria, and a new service drive with loading area.
This renovation included an overhaul of this six-floor residence hall, including new common areas and bathrooms, to match the style of other halls on the University campus.
Dedicated to those who have contributed to the UD Anatomical Gift Program, the labyrinth project was led by a student committee and was designed as a space for reflection.
Opened in 2016, the state-of-the-art Geipel Center is home to Sanford's performing arts department and where students will grow their talents for generations to come.
Focused on student empowerment and collaboration, the MakerGym is the central hub for the UD MakerNetwork which allows students to turn their ideas into reality.
Renovations to rooms 006 and 007 inside of UD's Willard Hall set a new standard of lecture halls for the university.
Located at the corner of High St. and Rosedale Ave. in West Chester, PA, the Roger and Agnes Ware Plaza serves as an inviting gateway to the West Chester University campus.