Syracuse University - Sims Drive Sims Drive is the primary circulation corridor from the east to the campus center and Carrier Dome. The design reconfigures drives and walks to improve pedestrian safety and make routes more intuitive. The result is the transformation of an undesirable “back alley” appearance into an attractive setting on par with other areas of the campus. Next Project *Work performed while under employment of QPK Design. Syracuse University - Sims Drive Sims Drive is the primary circulation corridor from the east to the campus center and Carrier Dome. The design reconfigures drives and walks to improve pedestrian safety and make routes more intuitive. The result is the transformation of an undesirable “back alley” appearance into an attractive setting on par with other areas of the campus. Next Project *Work performed while under employment of QPK Design. Syracuse University - Sims Drive Sims Drive is the primary circulation corridor from the east to the campus center and Carrier Dome. The design reconfigures drives and walks to improve pedestrian safety and make routes more intuitive. The result is the transformation of an undesirable “back alley” appearance into an attractive setting on par with other areas of the campus. Next Project *Work performed while under employment of QPK Design. Syracuse University - Sims Drive Sims Drive is the primary circulation corridor from the east to the campus center and Carrier Dome. The design reconfigures drives and walks to improve pedestrian safety and make routes more intuitive. The result is the transformation of an undesirable “back alley” appearance into an attractive setting on par with other areas of the campus. Next Project *Work performed while under employment of QPK Design. Syracuse University - Sims Drive Sims Drive is the primary circulation corridor from the east to the campus center and Carrier Dome. The design reconfigures drives and walks to improve pedestrian safety and make routes more intuitive. The result is the transformation of an undesirable “back alley” appearance into an attractive setting on par with other areas of the campus. Next Project *Work performed while under employment of QPK Design.