Project Profile
Ave Maria University Housing
“Haskell was able to deliver us a first-class building, in keeping with our unique Frank Lloyd Wright design on campus, and do so in a very cost-effective manner.”
Thomas S. Monagham
Chancellor, Ave Maria University
Contact
Charlie Rocheleau
Division Leader, Education
904.357.4858

Ave Maria University Housing

Ave Maria University wanted to attract high-caliber students to on-campus living.
Today’s college students arrive on campus with higher-level expectations. Institutions have had to raise on-campus living standards in order to attract and retain students. When Ava Maria University administrators came to Haskell for a solution to their Florida campus’ student housing needs, they found a design-build partnership that offered cost-effective dividends.
 
We infused the student housing with a nod to Frank Lloyd Wright.
Our 124,000-square-foot, 576-bed design is three buildings in one, with two, four-story residential wings connected at a central core. A common area, laundromat, computer labs, meeting rooms and elevators are social hubs. The facility also has modern must-haves such as wireless internet, digital phone service and a security system. The style draws on the campus aesthetic — Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie style — with copper roofs, wide overhangs and long horizontal lines.
 
The residence hall is a functional, attractive environment to connected students.
Haskell used design-build to deliver the unique student housing facility. On-campus students are enjoying their new home — a blend of the traditional and high-tech. We were pleased to deliver the first-class residence hall in a very cost effective manner.
LOCATION
Ava Maria, Florida, USA
DETAILS
124,000-square-foot student housing facility with 576 beds.
 
Includes high-efficiency plumbing, lighting and climate control systems.

National Design-Build Award, Design-Build Institute of America 2010

Excellence in Construction Award, Associate Builders and Contractors 2010

Architect/Engineer
Haskell 
Start Date
September 2008

Completion Date
July 2009

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