Wabash College Breaks Ground on 136-Bed Complex

by Katie Sloan

Crawfordsville, Ind. — The housing will consist of several types of housing configurations.

Construction has begun
at Wabash College.
Crawfordsville, Ind.
— Construction is underway at the all-men’s institution Wabash College for a new 136-bed student housing complex on the college’s campus in Crawfordsville, Ind. The $15 million plan includes the construction of two 38-bed halls, two 16-bed lodges, and two duplex-style townhomes with 12 beds each. Shepley Bulfinch, a Boston-based architecture, planning and interior design firm, designed the six-building complex. Indianapolis-based Hagerman Group is the project’s construction manager. The new housing, which will be sited along the campus’ west side, includes increased parking and links to the main campus through walkways and landscaping. Initial construction of the new housing units is expected to be complete during the 2015-2016 school year. At that point, the college will also renovate Martindale Hall, its largest independent residence hall, resulting in a facility with 80-90 beds.





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