SCI Building

Photo Gallery: SCI building brainstorming

  • Attendees at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • The view from the SunTrust building, which will become home to the Studer Community Institute. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Attendees at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Attendees at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Attendees at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Attendees at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Robin Reshard, standing, was one of the facilitators at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Attendees at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Quint Studer at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Attendees at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Attendees at the public input sessions for the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • The view from the SunTrust building, the future Studer Community Institute building. Credit: Barrett McClean.

  • Nearly 200 people were invited to share their visions for renovations to the former SunTrust Building on Garden Street in downtown Pensacola. The building, which Quint and Rishy Studer bought earlier this year, will become the home of the Studer Community Institute. Credit: Rachael Gillette.

  • Nearly 200 people were invited to share their visions for renovations to the former SunTrust Building on Garden Street in downtown Pensacola. The building, which Quint and Rishy Studer bought earlier this year, will become the home of the Studer Community Institute. Credit: Rachael Gillette.

  • Nearly 200 people were invited to share their visions for renovations to the former SunTrust Building on Garden Street in downtown Pensacola. The building, which Quint and Rishy Studer bought earlier this year, will become the home of the Studer Community Institute. Credit: Rachael Gillette.

Nearly 200 people attended public input sessions on Sept. 20 to brainstorm ideas in design and function for the new Studer Community Institute building.

The Institute will be housed in the renovated SunTrust building on West Garden Street. Work on the building will be complete in 2018.