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Gamma Phi Beta at University of Michigan

This sorority house facility was designed as a renovation and addition to the original building that houses approximately 60 students, providing 30 student apartment sleep/study rooms.

To provide a new modern look, a grand entrance with large 20’ Tuscan columns greet residents and guests upon arrival. The main living room and dining room areas were updated and completed with a new knight style kitchen to accommodate 200 guests. Historical elements of the original house were incorporated throughout the renovation of this 60 year-old sorority house.

The addition of life safety elements including a new fire protected egress stair tower and two egress stairways upgraded to the fire suppression systems to meet code compliance, allows the entire structure to be completely protected by an installed wet fire suppression system.

Architectural design elements also include millwork incorporated throughout the first floor with fireplace mantle, ceiling crown molding, large wood base and casing all which complete a warm, inviting environment.

A restroom and two additional study rooms were added to the third floor. New flooring was added throughout the entire house. Study areas were incorporated to the second & third floors and basement, as well as an exercise room added in the basement. Finally, the house director’s apartment was renovated to include living room, kitchen, bedroom and personal bathroom.

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