Weitz Company and BA Green Break Ground at University of Kansas

by Katie Sloan

Lawrence, Kan. — The $41 million Daisy Hill residence halls will open in August 2015.

Lawrence, Kan. — A joint venture between BA Green and The Weitz Company team has broken ground on two new Daisy Hill residence halls for the University of Kansas at 1600 Stewart Drive in Lawrence. The new $41 million residence halls will replace the 50-year-old McCollum Hall, which will be demolished following the completion of the new halls. The new buildings will feature a two-story common area and be flanked by two five-story residence towers with two- and four-person suites. The new residence halls are slated for a August 2015 opening. The University of Kansas Design Construction Management department, in collaboration with KU Student Housing, will manage the design and construction process along with project architect Treanor Architects.
















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