Heads In Beds
In August of 2021, the design team were given the nearly impossible goal of designing, building, and occupying dormitories for 200 new students within the next year. Through a collaborative and carefully coordinated effort, we were able to deliver four high-performance residence halls, each containing 50 beds, in just 10 months.
The Johnson Pond Houses utilize modular construction, allowing multiple phases of the build to happen simultaneously. Concrete foundation panels were cast in the campuss parking lots while sitework and excavation progressed nearby. At the same time, building modules were constructed in the factory and only delivered to the site when ready for assembly. A strategic hybridization of factory- and field- built amenities allowed for elements like roofs, awnings, and porch extensions to also be fabricated offsite and later installed on the modules once they were set.
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