Duke University | Crowell Quad Residence Hall

One of the first residence halls built on the West Campus site during the early 1930s, Crowell Quad currently houses approximately 300 students. The goal of this project is to retain as much of the original character from 80 years ago, but improve the physical condition and create a more modern feel for residents. Renovations have taken place over the years, however, the residence hall is still considered antiquated. The project scope included improvements to the HVAC system, fire sprinklers with an addressable alarm system, upgraded electrical systems, refurbished plumbing, upgraded data/communications, compliance with ADA codes, building envelope repairs and minor interior architectural modifications. In 2019, this project earned a national Eagle Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of America for the historic renovation of this project.