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Peavine Hall

Residence Hall

Construction Overview

The new sustainably designed Peavine Hall, planned to address the needs of an expanding student population, will be located in the heart of the University's Residential Hall "District". It will consist of suite style housing for undergraduate students with common lounge spaces and will be an excellent example of how campus living and learning enriches the educational experience. The 117,000sf  building is being designed in a manner to allow it to complement the rest of the University's campus architecture while providing a safe, comfortable environment for students and staff. The Residence Hall will merge seamlessly with the existing campus and neighborhood context and will have state of the art building systems and sustainable strategies that complement each other. It will be the type of facility that maintains the University's high social, academic and professional values and goals that we hope to instill in all our students.

Project Team

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University Project Manager: Scot Orchard

Architect: Collaborative Design Studio

CMAR Contractor: Sundt

Community Overview

Opening in the fall of 2015, this sustainably designed and built hall will house undergraduate men and women.  Room options include 2-bedroom suites with shared bathroom or rooms with private bathroom.  Peavine Hall has a large outdoor courtyard for relaxing, an indoor recreation room, and TV and study lounges on each floor.  This wellness-themed hall will offer programs and activities focusing on the development of the whole student.

Hall Features

  • 5 stories
  • Suite style living with two bedrooms and shared bath
  • Individual rooms with private bath
  • Single-sex by suite and bedroom
  • Bathroom, shower, and vanities in each suite
  • Television lounge and study rooms on every floor
  • Laundry and vending facilities
  • Front desk open 24 hours/day during academic sessions
  • High speed computer connection for each student and wireless throughout building
  • Sustainable LEED design

Room Features

  • Free in-room wireless internet
  • Each resident has a single oak bed with 80" long mattress
  • Each resident has a desk, chair, dresser, and closet or wardrobe
  • Window coverings on all windows
  • Wastebasket

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