Pi Beta Phi Sorority House Renovations
Mills Group was hired by the Pi Beta Phi Fraternity Housing Corporation and CSL Management to update the kitchen, dining area and bathrooms for the Pi Beta Phi Sorority House in Morgantown, WV. The WVU Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi has resided in the house since 1938. The building was originally the family home of Carroll and Ruth Price until the sorority took ownership.
The new dining room layout is complete with wall enhancements, new LVT Flooring, updated lighting, dining and banquette seating, wood blinds, and new cabinets. The addition of a separate serving area was designed into the new space as well. The kitchen was completely renovated with all new kitchen equipment, exhaust system, quarry tile floors and janitor’s closet.
The renovation of the public and private bathrooms for the 40 residents were completed in two phases. The renovated bathrooms have white tiles walls, quartz countertops, frosted glass showers, ceramic tile walls, backlit, anti-fog mirrors and custom toilet partitions that have frosted acrylic that bears the sororities Greek letters etched into the panels. The only public toilet in the house was reconfigured with the adjacent The House Directors’ Suite private bath and both of these areas were constructed to be ADA Compliant.
- Location: Morgantown, WV
- Client: Pi Beta Phi Fraternity Housing Corporation
- Services: Existing Conditions Documentation, Programming, Concept Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Bidding and Negotiation, Construction Administration
- Cost: $327,000