The Phi Delta Theta Chapter at the University of Cincinnati found that it needed to conduct a fraternity capital campaign to fund a major renovation of its house. The outdated mechanical systems and living environment of the chapter house, built in 1920, had to be addressed. An emphasis was placed on providing ample study space and access to educational technology through the renovation and addition to the House.

  • Built a new south residential area on the upper level

  • Created a main level group study room, leadership training room, Great Hall, and Alumni Hall

  • Added a new study hall and library on the upper level

  • Renovated the north wing rooms into two and four-man suites

  • Refurbished the dining room and kitchen

  • Blended architectural elements with a new facade for an updated look

  • Upgraded mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems

  • Installed a new roof and energy efficient windows

  • Completed the new design with attractive landscaping and site improvements

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