The Delta Triton alumni and undergraduate leadership has developed a strategic plan to address the long-term viability of the Phi Sigma Kappa experience on the Purdue University campus. After careful study, assessment, and planning, it has been determined that a new home is the most beneficial option as it relates to remaining competitive and providing an attractive living and learning experience for their collegiate brothers. Phi Sigma Kappa brothers must invest in a capital fundraising campaign to meet the needs of today’s students for the fraternity to remain a strong and competitive Greek option. Working with Krittenbrink Architecture, the Delta Triton Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa has developed a house plan that is current, accommodating of technology, and attuned to meet the needs of students today. The goal is a high-quality, durable, and easily maintained facility that will provide a safe living and learning environment for many years while maintaining the storied history of Delta Triton.

Project Highlights:

  • Construct an attractive brick and mortar structure with durability and aesthetic curb appeal that fits Purdue’s style of architecture

  • Accommodate 40-55 men at 302 Waldron St.

  • Offer a mixture of single, two-man, and handicap- accessible rooms

  • Address mandatory life-safety issues with sprinklers, fire-rated doors, and full compliance with code specifications

  • Provide informal and formal study space, including areas for individual and group study, and gathering space for brothers living off campus

  • Design a full-service kitchen to provide meal service with increased efficiency and to improve financial performance through additional revenue

  • Leverage technology to make power usage efficient, increase internet access, and prepare the facility for the future

  • Provide adequate parking and green space with consideration to accommodate outside athletic events and planning space for Grand Prix and other Greek events

  • Design an efficient apartment for live-in supervision of house activities

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