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STUDENT HOUSING

GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY

Owner: Grand Canyon University
Architect: suoLL Architects
Contractor: Pono Construction
Square Footage Range: 100,000-199,999
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
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Project Information

Founded in 1949, Grand Canyon is more than a University; it is your partner in your education. PKA has done numerous projects for GCU including many Student Housing projects. These projects include: 

Grove Student Dorms 
Four, 6 story, on-grade student residential developments; the structural frame is a second floor with a concrete post-tensioned slab, a third floor concrete, mild steel podium slab and a 4 story Type 5A wood building above. Each floor plate is 32,000 SF. The project design is flipped for a second dorm building and re-used for the third and fourth dorms.

Prescott Hall (Residence Life 1) – 600 beds
Camelback and Sedona Halls (Residence Life 2 And 3) 557 Beds and 656 Beds
Chaparral Hall (Residence Life 4) - 560 Beds Design
Saguaro Hall (Residence Life 5) - 614 Beds 
Ocotillo Hall (Residence Life 6) - 653 Beds 


Photos Courtesy of Patti Reznik Photography

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