From 2011 to 2012, Harlam’s leadership worked in partnership with the renowned Ohio-based firm of Domokur Architects to devise a comprehensive assessment for the present-day status of its Kunkletown facility, as well as a vision for how that +300-acre campus could grow over time with the support of financial resources.
That plan’s design engaged many stakeholders and has been a time-tested guide for Harlam’s investment of more than $5,000,000 in its facility in recent years. The key to the plan – even as it’s currently being revised significantly by our leadership – is in its design principles. Key issues of sustainability, accessibility, access, shade, intentional community space and other concerns have been considered with each and every improvement made and will continue to be important concerns as more and more work continues.
The full Site Plan is not available for review online at this time (while it’s being revised,) but you can contact Aaron Selkow, Harlam’s Executive Director if you would like more information. In the meantime, we are pleased to share the following “Briefing” that outlines some of the basic concepts and highlights of the Plan, a record of some of the projects completed to date, and information on projects that may be upcoming.