The alumni leadership, with the help of Mike Puckett ’85 and Ai Collaborative, Inc., has assessed the long-term needs of the Alpha Gamma Rho chapter house at the University of Florida and developed a plan to address those needs. Through conversations with and counsel by alumni, it was determined that a fraternity fundraising campaign be conducted, and a new house be built to meet the needs of today’s students and the UF fraternity system.

  • Build an attractive brick and mortar structure with durability and aesthetic curb appeal

  • Accommodation of 50 men on a new university site at the end of “Fraternity Row”

  • Retain two-man rooms with private bath/restroom facilities

  • First-floor housemother/director suite

  • Informal and formal study spaces for individual and group study,

  • Gathering space for brothers living off campus

  • Full-service kitchen

  • Technology to make power usage efficient, increase internet access, and prepare the facility for the next 20 years

  • Sprinklers, fire-rated doors, and full adherence to code specifications

  • Large front and rear raised patio for curb appeal and useable outdoor space

  • Enhanced parking and green space for philanthropic Greek events, alumni reunions, and chapter brotherhood development

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