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The Summits: Cathedral and Tenaya Halls

Overview

Formerly known as "Housing 3", The Summits: Cathedral and Tenaya Halls provide up to 600 student beds to meet the on-campus housing needs of undergraduate students. 

The project includes two buildings that include three floors of housing, two staff apartments and twelve resident advisor bedrooms.  The buildings frame an internal courtyard and includes study rooms, tutorial rooms and a space for a convenience store. 

Project Details

Cost: $30.3 million
Size: 94,000 square feet
Campus Architect: Thomas E. Lollini, FAIA
Awards: LEED Platinum
Architect: Pyatok Architecture
Contractor: ProWest

 

Design Awards

American Institute of Architects, Sierra Valley: Design Award, Excellence in Architecture (2011)
Pacific Coast Builders Conference Award: Gold Nugget Award (2011)