Boise State University

Boise,

Student Housing Master Architect Selection

The housing master plan B&D created for Boise State in 2001 revealed that student housing could play a critical role in the university’s goal to attract more out-of-state students and develop a more comprehensive campus community. The university, therefore, asked us to help develop an RFQ and RFP to select a design/build team to build housing at the front entrance to the campus, as we had recommended. We developed a site analysis, campus housing design standards, architectural and engineering specifications, data sheets, and helped select the final design/build team. The project, known as the University Courts Replacement, has 176 units in a mix of single and family student apartments and was completed in 2004.

PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS

Presented by Jeff Turner at the 2007 Forum on Higher Education Project Delivery Alternatives.

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PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS VS. INTENDED OUTCOMES. WHAT’S RIGHT FOR YOUR PROJECT?

Presented by Jeff Turner, Brian Hanlon, and Craig Thompson at the 2003 ACUHO-I Conference.

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BSU TO BUILD DORM, 175 APTS.

Boise State University last week unveiled plans for two student housing projects–a residence hall and an apartment complex–that will total around $30 million in cost and are slated for completion in mid-2004.

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