New residence hall completed HARRISONBURG - A new campus-housing complex at the College of Integrated Science and Technology at James Madison University was competed last summer.
The 106,000-square-foot complex consists of four wings, designed in two pairs, each connected by a central common element. Accommodations for 427 students are predominately in groups of 12, composed of a variety of double rooms sharing a common bathroom.
One wall outlet for voice and data will be provided per resident, and each room will have one video outlet. The wings are linked to a pavilion that provides controlled access, as well as specialized computer output labs and meeting rooms. Lounges with kitchenettes and group studies on each floor provide opportunities for socialization and project work.
Each hall is provided with two classroom spaces, seating up to 120 students.
Architect for the project was Einhorn Yaffee Prescott.