What if you could divide a major renovation into phases and adapt your project approach with each phase?
That’s what Kent State University is doing with residence hall renovations.
One of the project teams – James Dudt (Senior Project Engineer and Director of Pittsburgh Operations, Karpinski Engineering), Mark Damon (Kent State University), Chris Dewey (Van Auken Akins), and Bill Painter (Turner Construction) – takes the stage at KAPPA on October 20 to share methods used and lessons learned.
In "Polyphasic Sleeping: Multi-Year Residence Hall Renovations," they will discuss how Kent State University created a long-term, multi-phase residence hall renovation plan to increase their competitiveness without breaking the bank. This session will explore design approaches, delivery methods, and results of their updated residence halls.
KAPPA – the Keystone Chapter of APPA, Leadership in Educational Facilities – provides education and network to Pennsylvania’s higher education facilities leaders.
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