Condron Hall
Scranton, PA

Brenda Holcomb

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.: Condron Hall Building Statistics

Building Name: Condron Hall
Owner: Universiety of Scranton
Location: University of Scranton, Scranton, PA
Size: 108,000 S.F.
Constrution Cost: $25,400,000
Dates of Constrution: July 2007-August 2008
Delivery Method: Design-Build
Number of Stories Above Grade: 7

.: The Project Team

Architect Burkavage Design Associates
MEP & Fire Protecton Engineer
Electrical Engineer
Structural Engineer Equus Design Group, Inc
Precast Consultant IECS
Geotechnical Engineer Geo-Science Engineering Company, Inc.
General Contractor Quandel Group

.: Architecture

In keeping with the surrounding residence halls architectural style the façade is a wonderful combination of glass, concrete and brick. The student rooms are suit style; two students share a room and then two rooms share a bathroom. There is also a resident Jesuit apartment and a resident director apartment. Student lounges are located on every floor designed with a variety of styles. Condron Hall also houses a 1,200 square foot University Office for Student Life suite on the first floor. Picture coming
Codes IBC 2006
Zoning No Parking Required

.: Building Enclosure

Building façades

The façade is composed of precast concrete panels, bricks and glass. The entire façade is precast, the brick were laid in the concrete at the time it was cast and then the entire wall section was set in place on site. The windows are aluminum clad double hung wood windows with insulated glass.
The roof is made of an 8” reinforced concrete slab topped by insulation and Rubbergaurd EPDM.

.: Sustainability Features

Although Condron Hall is not LEED certified it does follow LEED principles for stormwater management, water conservation, energy efficiency, sustainable materials, and daylighting. Also, high recycled content finishes and products were utilized throughout the project.

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