Fraternities & Sororities
Zeta Tau Alpha - Kansas State UniversityFormerly a fraternity house, this World War 2 era three story house in the western cluster of Greek homes west of Kansas State’s campus was nearly completely gutted to make way for a new sorority presence. Challenges included a new third floor addition on top of existing construction, low floor-to-floor heights, a limited site and the need for zone control in the resident rooms. The solutions required close coordination with the architect and owner to meet the goals. A variable flow refrigerant heating and cooling system allows the building to heat and cool at the same time if needed and share the load to minimize energy usage. Air units were small with little or no ductwork to keep ceilings as high as possible. An energy recovery unit exchanged exhaust and incoming outside air and delivered conditioned and de-humidified air to each room to meet air quality and code needs.
Sigma Nu Fraternity - University of ArkansasThis project consisted of a newly constructed 22,000 square foot Sigma Nu Fraternity on the campus of University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The building is three-stories with 50 sleeping rooms and 25 suite-style restrooms. The building has facilities for laundry, chapter meetings, a commercial kitchen, a resident director's apartment, and several multi-purpose rooms. LSA coordinated with the University to bring chilled water, steam, telecommunications/data, and power utilities to the new building via the campus tunnel system.
- Sigma Nu Fraternity - University of Arkansas
- Alpha Delta Pi - University of South Carolina
- Alpha Gamma Rho - Kansas State University
- Delta Delta Delta - Kansas State University
- Sigma Alpha Epsilon - University of Kansas
- Delta Chi - University of Kansas
- Sigma Chi Fraternity - University of Kansas
- Delta Delta Delta - University of South Carolina
- Zeta Tau Alpha - Kansas State University
- Sigma Phi Epsilon – University of Missouri