We believe: in the transformative nature of education

You’re there for your students. We’re here for you. Informed by a holistic approach to college and university health, Credo’s team of interdisciplinary experts propels your institution to go farther faster and more efficiently.

What We Do



Architectural Facility Redesign & Renovation

Dunwoody College of Technology

  • Building spaces include: Learning Commons, Active Learning Lab, Admissions Welcome Center and Suite, Gallery & Study-Gathering Areas
  • Construction Project Size (SF): 24,000
  • Existing Building Space (SF): 256,590
  • Floors Added: 1

Student Commons

Northwest Nazarene University

  • Construction Project Size (SF): 50,447
  • Construction Completion: September 2019
  • Project Budget: $15 million
  • Project Scope: Design and construction oversight of The Howard and Mary Conrad Student Commons, relocation of a soccer field, a new campus entry, and additional parking
  • Location: Nampa, Idaho

Architectural Facility Design

Wilson College

  • Project: Harry R. Brooks Complex for Science, Mathematics, and Technology
  • Location: Chambersburg, PA
  • Project Size: 25,000 SF addition; 52,000 SF renovation
  • Project Budget: $24,000,000
  • Highlights: State-of-the-art science laboratories, flexible classrooms, research greenhouse, faculty offices, 300-seat tired auditorium
  • Certifications: LEED(r) Gold Cerfitied by USGBC

Campus Master Plan

Hood College

  • Project: Campus Master Plan
  • Location: Frederick, MD
  • Completed: 2015
  • Project Duration: 9 months
  • Professional Investment: $100,000

Campus Master Plan

Palm Beach Atlantic University

  • Project: Campus Master Plan
  • Location: Palm Beach, FL
  • Date Completed: 2016
  • Highlights: Beach-facing campus integrating natural flora

A Personal Approach

Creating the Next Generation of Higher Education Together

Credo has this personal approach to helping you with strategic planning. I was in the process of trying to do this plan myself and thought: I really think I need a partner.

Carmen J. Walters, President, Tougaloo College