Completed Student Housing Projects
Student Housing Facility – Oneonta, NY
Newman Development Group hired Deluxe Building Systems of Berwick Pennsylvania in order to bring the upscale Hillside Commons Student Housing Facility to fruition in time for the 2014-15 school year. Only breaking ground in November 2013 and faced with contractual obligations that required completion and occupancy a mere 10 months later, the Developer relied on Deluxe. With its (2) quarter mile long production lines, Deluxe was able to produce, deliver and set the 247 modules that made up the bulk of the structure by June 2014.
Dutchess Community College
Conklin Hall – Poughkeepsie, NY
Deluxe built Conklin Hall as part of the team with Kirchhoff Consigli Construction Managers. This 136,000 Square foot, 465 Bed, Suite Style – Residence Hall was completed one year from the ground breaking using Deluxe’s modular construction system. DCC was the first community college in the state of New York to build its own residence hall. With the ever increasing student body on community college campuses it will be evident that many Facilities Directors and School Foundations will be looking for a way to build quickly, while minimizing disruption on the campus and maintaining safety and security for the existing students. With the guarantee that Conklin Hall was going to be completed and delivered on time the college was able to lease the units at 100 percent occupancy.
Cottage Place – White Plains, NY
DeLuxe built this downtown White Plains student residence for Berkeley Realty to provide Berkeley College students with a residence hall adjacent to the school’s main campus. The five story residence hall was built over a parking garage, and offers students inside access to the student dining room. Students also choose from single or double occupancy rooms and enjoy lounge and laundry facilities.
Dominican Hall – Caldwell, NJ
Dominican Hall at Caldwell College in Caldwell, NJ was designed to meet the needs of today’s student. The 57,000 square foot dorm was recently named a Dorm of Distinction by University Business magazine, and here’s why:
Students have the choice of single or joint rooms that also offer kitchen and living areas. The residence hall is also equipped with handicap accessible units and has laundry facilities on each floor as well as lounge areas. Dominican Hall met the school’s demands of increased resident student enrollment and also allowed them to meet the New Jersey state objective to increase capacity for students. DeLuxe’s modular construction method enabled the college to house new students for the fall 2007 semester, ultimately generating income for the school much sooner than conventional construction would have allowed.
The College of Mt. St. Vincent
Mastronardi Hall – Riverdale, NY
This 110 room steel-framed student residence hall was built as an addition to an existing building and houses nearly 200 students. The two buildings share a lobby, and each floor contains two bathrooms and a shared lounge area. The 36,000 square foot structure filled a critical need for student housing at the College. Construction was underway at DeLuxe’s manufacturing facility in May 2006, and the finished modular units were set onsite with a crane in November. DeLuxe’s modular construction method enabled the college to house
new students for the fall semester, ultimately generating income for the school much sooner than conventional construction would have.
Taylor Hallat – Allentown, PA
Faced with only a few short months to get new students into on-campus housing, Muhlenberg approached DeLuxe in February. The college was without a design for the new student housing residence, but DeLuxe was able to coordinate quickly and efficiently with project architects and engineers and began assembling the modular units in their manufacturing facility by April. DeLuxe’s quick response time enabled the school to receive a certificate of occupancy for the new dorm by September 17th. The 25,920 square foot dorm offers suite style rooms with bathrooms to students. Each suite contains its own air handling system, with a central boiler system. The residence hall also features high quality tile, solid birch doors and an elevator. Student lounges are located on each floor, and the building’s basement contains additional classrooms and a television studio.
DeLuxe’s modular construction of the residence hall enabled the college to house 113 new students for the fall semester, ultimately generating income for the school much sooner than conventional construction would have.
Haines Hall – St. Davids, PA
Haines Hall at Eastern University, in St. Davids, PA was built as a 12,000 square foot expansion to an existing dormitory. Faced with a short period of time in which to house students, the school turned to DeLuxe Building Systems, Inc. to fulfill their student housing needs. Systems-built construction enabled close control of many aspects of the project. In addition, the project’s modular character enabled it to be completed more quickly than would have been possible using conventional stick-built methods. The modular units were built in DeLuxe’s controlled manufacturing facility, and were constructed in less than half the time conventional construction would have required, ultimately generating revenue sooner for Eastern University.