Zaskorski & Associates, Architects, A.I.A., PC
UJA HKC Campgounds, New York
UJA campground sites serve thousands of campers each summer, including children with special needs with free camp for children with cancer and their siblings. Z&A developed master plans to modernize the three sites, which begun implementation in 2018. The projects’ design scope includes revitalization of existing structures, construction of new pavilions, and construction of new pool centers. Other improvements include a new modern health center, spacious home bases with renovated restrooms and changing rooms, and refurbished basketball and tennis courts and ball fields. New aquatic complexes enable more frequent and longer swim periods. The three sites combined are approximately 243 acres. Working with Zubatkin Owner Representation, the Z&A team have developed a phased architectural solution that works within the client’s budgets and with the limitation that each phase of construction be performed and completed between September and June of each year.