The Laird Campus project is a 16-acre residence hall precinct that replaced outdated facilities with 1600 new beds, community spaces, and a pedestrian bridge.
These student housing complexes at The George Washington University provide parking, retail, and food service that totals over 550,000 GSF.
This project develops a 145-bed prototype residence hall complex with a mix of singles and doubles that serve students of all classes.
Turman Hall is a five-story building with 130 beds, and is designed to raise environmental awareness and support sustainable practices.
The renovation of Parrish Hall modernized the interior of this facility that houses residential, administrative, student life, and academic functions.
This housing study investigates the feasibility of expanding or redeveloping housing in accordance with master plan goals and growth trends.