Fraternity house renovation and addition

This university fraternity house renovation and addition was a project designed to update and expand the living and study spaces for engineering-based fraternity.  The existing early 1960s gabled residence hall and common rooms were in poor condition and in dire need of a renovation to make them both safe and attractive to current and prospective fraternity members.

Our project proposes a complete renovation of the common rooms, updating kitchen and dining facilities and bringing them into current compliance with safety and energy regulations.  To expand the residential wing, a new floor will be added to the existing 2-story wing and the entire wing will be renovated expanding room sizes and providing additional study rooms.

A new proposed addition of a Library and Study Center is located at the west edge of the property, connecting to the common rooms and creating an exterior courtyard.

Designed by Mark Gerwing as Principal at Arcadea, Inc. with David Biek