Harrisburg Campus Residence Halls
Quandel Construction Group constructed a new housing complex for Pennsylvania State University. The complex, located at the University’s Harrisburg campus, includes six two-story and two three-story residence halls as well as a single-story Community Building. Each residence hall floor consists of four apartments, each with four bedrooms, a kitchen, two full bathrooms, and a large living area. The complex includes a number of handicapped-accessible and handicapped-adaptable apartments as well as four Residence Adviser apartments.
Apartments within the new complex feature wall-to-wall carpeting in living areas and bedrooms. Fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms feature vinyl flooring. Each bedroom and living area is pre-wired for telephone, cable television, and high-speed data hookups. Apartments feature central air conditioning and forced hot air heat and are fully sprinklered. Building construction is wood framed with brick veneer, aluminum-clad windows, and composition shingle roofing. The sleeping capacity is 292 beds.
The complex’s Community Building has a meeting capacity of 300 people and houses University offices, a spacious reception area, a large group instructional room, a conference room, and a fully equipped kitchen and laundry area. The Community Building is wood framed with brick veneer and features a prominent cupola which provides the building’s reception area with natural light.
80,000 Sq. Ft.
Pennsylvania State University
Weber Murphy Fox