DCP Facilities

Representing one of the most visual colleges on the campus of the University of Florida,
below you will find pictures highlighting our ever-improving facilities, showcasing our
award-winning college and displaying what student life is like at a perennial Top-5 public

Jonathan and Melanie Antevy Hall (Architecture Building)

One of the most uniquely designed and instantly recognizable buildings on the University of Florida campus, Jonathan and Melanie Antevy Hall is home to the majority of our college’s academic offerings.

Rinker Hall

Home to our M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management, Rinker Hall was the first LEED-certified building on the University of Florida campus.

Vicenza, Italy

The Vicenza Institute of Architecture (VIA) Program is a satellite-learning program of the University of Florida. This travel-intensive program recognizes the importance of the physical experience of the latest innovations in architectural design as an integral part of a designer’s education. It is run by a rotating staff of University of Florida professors and our students are assured an uncompromised academic experience.

Preservation Institute Nantucket

Officially established in 1972, Preservation Institute Nantucket (PIN) is one of the nation’s oldest, continually operating field school for historic preservation. The program prepares the next generation of heritage specialists as part of applied research and learning that helps document, conserve and manage the island’s historical, architectural and cultural resources.

Envision Lab – Preservation Institute St. Augustine (PISA).

The Envision Lab is located in the Governor’s House Cultural Center and Museum in St. Augustine, Florida.

DCP Fabrication Lab

Fine Arts C

Fine Arts C consists of architecture studios, material labs and classroom spaces

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